Cornwall Councillor found dead during her milk round on the Lizard
A LONG SERVING and much loved Cornwall councillor has been found dead during her milk round near St Martin-in-Meneage on the Lizard on Wednesday morning.
Pam Lyne, who is believed to be 78, was the longest serving member of Manaccan Parish Council and has worked as a councillor for 40 years.
The ward councillor for St Keverne and Meneage, Mrs Lyne has also been a Cornwall Council Cabinet member for the economy and chairman of planning at Kerrier District Council.
She spoke on a number of issues, including the Stadium for Cornwall, as well as giving her normal monthly report as Cornwall councillor for the area
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Grace Hatton, clerk to Manaccan Parish Council on the Lizard, first met Mrs Lyne when she became council clerk nearly 30 years ago
The two set up a computer training centre in Manaccan in the mid-1990s.
She said: "I was very sorry to hear the news. This will be a great shock to everyone."