A renowned personality of Essex named Peter Seabrook passed away recently at his home on 14 January 2022. He was 86 at the time of his death, and as per the reports, he suffered a heart attack that claimed his life. He was surrounded by his loved ones when he took his last breath at Chelmsford, Essex. This information has been shared by various vital social media platforms and is his death. The same media have been flooded with condolences and tributes and thousands mourning his death. Get more information on Peter Seabrook’s death.
Besides, all of his family members are devasted with this terrible news and mourning his death privately. It is being assumed that the funeral of Brook had been done as he died three days ago. There is no information of the crematorium where his last have been performed. He survived by his two children and two grandchildren. The name of his children and grandchildren haven’t been revealed so far. We are also trying to fetch more information about his family, including his wife and children.
If we talk more about him after completing his higher studies, he enrolled at Writtle Horticulture College in Essex. During his college time, he also met his future wife named Marget. Peter was also associated as a broadcaster before writing for newspapers and magazines. On the Home Service from 1965, he then featured on TV’s Gardeners World and Pebble Mill At One. In his initial days, he visited Chelsea Flower Show in 1952, where he became a regular exhibitor till the previous year, presenting the Queen with a Posy each year.
He was still considered one of the most reputed and longest-serving writers, also mentioned by Horticulture Week’s lead opinion. He emerged as the inevitable champion of the media industry. Moreover, his beloved wife Margaret passed away as she got affected by the dreaded virus. She has also had dementia for the past nine years.
He also became a member of MBE in the year 2005 and was the only person in the entire UK holding the top three RHS awards for her commendable service to horticulture. He also got honored with the Victoria Medal of Honour. Our thoughts and prayers with his family members. May the pure soul will rest in peace.