June 02, 2021
LONDON—Peter Thompson, a journalist who also represented England at hockey, has passed away aged 75 after a heart attack.
He joined the Telegraph in 1994 after leaving his career as a grammar school teacher. He was the correspondent for the Grimsby Telegraph for around 20 years.
Other than journalism, Peter represented England on the hockey pitch and was also well-known in other sports, including cricket, golf, and scouting.
Peter is survived by wife Gwyneth, daughters Lucy and Nichola and son David and their respective partners Russell, Clinton, and Alana, and granddaughter Eloise and cousin Sylvia.
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