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As mentioned on the site Peter Wagon is suffering from Alzheimers and to support the work they are doing, 5 from the sale of every print will be sent to the Alzheimers Research UK.

More details of the donation to Alzheimers Research UK.





The recently launched Grovehill Chronicle contains several of Peter's drawings.
The Grovehill Chronicle





Time's Highway written by Elizabeth Buteux and published by The Dacorum Heritage Trust in 1998 includes copies of some 26 drawings by Peter of Hemel Hemsptead Old Town.

Times Highway can be purchased from Dacorum Heritage Trust and is a valuable addition to any collection of books about Hemel Hemsptead and its history.

Copy of Time's Highway cover reproduced by permission of the author, Elizabeth Buteux.


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Alzheimers Donation

Peter Wagon was diagnosed with Alzheimers in 2002. Since then, as anybody who is involved with somebody suffering from this disease will tell you, the path is steadily downwards and sadly Peter passed away peacefully on August 26th 2012.

Peter Wagon's obituary

To those of you who have purchased prints in the last few years I would like to say thank you on behalf of the Alzheimers Society and Alzheimers Research UK. These donations at the end of the year may not be large but as you can see from the letters are always welcome.

From the old adage that prevention is better than a cure from January 2012 we switched the 5 donation from each print sale from the The Alzheimers Society to Alzheimers Research UK purely because they spend more of their income on trying to find a cure that will prevent the onset of this terrible disease.

We will continue to promote the work of both societies through this web site by providing links to their websites and if you feel like making an independent donation to either of these charities please visit their websites; Alzheimers Research UK or The Alzheimers Society and help them in anyway you can.

As you can see from the above letter the number of sufferers continues to grow and donations, large or small, are essential if they are to carry on their work in supporting both sufferers and carers alike.