A FORMER Huddersfield teacher has died in North Wales.
Mrs Pat Harrison, wife of former Yorkshire journalist Keith Harrison, had been on holiday in York when she became ill and was admitted to hospital.
She had lived on the island of Anglesey for the last 20 years and was transferred to nearby Bangor General Hospital.
She died there, a week after her 73rd birthday.
Mrs Harrison, who went to Royds Hall Grammar School, Paddock, and Nields School, Slaithwaite, first trained as a librarian with the former West Riding Council.
She then trained as a chiropodist under her father, Mr G H Bradley, at his rooms in Cloth Hall Street.
Finally, she went as a mature student to Margaret Macmillan College in Bradford.
She became a primary school teacher, working in Outlane and Golcar.
On Anglesey Mrs Harrison became one of the island's first Victim Support counsellors. She also helped to run Beaver Scout and Venture Scout troops.