Person    | Male  Born 1944  Died 8/11/2013

Francis Golding

Categories: Architecture, Cyclist, Tragedy

Architectural expert:  honorary fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), head of the Royal Fine Art Commission during the late 1990s and had worked on major projects such as the One New Change.

On the evening of Tuesday 5 November he was hit by a left-turning coach at a junction where a number of other cyclists have been killed or seriously injured. 69 years old and an experienced cyclist, he died in hospital 3 days later.

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Francis Golding

Francis Golding 1944 - 2013

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