1937 – 2014
After leaving Ashville, Nigel qualified as a barrister-at-law which he practised in the North Eastern Circuit, his chambers being in Leeds. He also became a deputy circuit judge.
He was married to Rosemary and had two children; Christina and Joleon (better known as Tina and Joe), both of whom attended Ashville in the 1980s and he had four grandchildren.
Whilst living in Knaresborough, he was a keen supporter of the Royal British Legion and The Old People’s Welfare Association.
He retired to Cornwall where he lived very happily for over 20 years with Rosemary, working tirelessly for various charities including Rotary International’s End Polio Now campaign and Cornwall Hospice Care, as well as raising money for the village’s church and village hall. He also read to local school children on a regular basis.
He was a keen walker, swimmer, photographer and traveller.