Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Peter Flack RIP

A rather cerebral style of graffiti used to dominate the walls of Creekside in the 1970s and 80s. Most of it has gone now of course. The above quote from a poem by Shelley was scrawled by one Mr Peter Flack, a Crossfields resident in the second half of the 70s.

Pete has recently died at the age of 67. He was living in Scotland, and his funeral was held in Aberdeen. But on June 30th at midday, Pete's friends will be gathering at the Cutty Sark pub in Greenwich. At 2pm (or later - see comment below) a small group will board a PLA river launch at Greenwich Pier and ride back to the Cutty Sark to scatter Pete's ashes in the middle of the Thames.

If you knew Pete but lost contact with him and other chums, you're most welcome to come and join in the send-off.

1 comment:

  1. Pete's ashes brought down from Aberdeen by his family, Joey, his daughter Katie and her husband, will be dispersed later than above, around 2.30pm - 2.45pm.