Linda Smith

Bromwyn was such a lovely, lovely lady with a great talent a twinkle in her eyes. She just  made all of us feel so special. She had a wicked sense of humour and I shall always remember the fun and laughter that we shared. Never a dull moment with Bromwyn! Friend to many and loved by all.

We miss you, Bromwyn.

John Drew

Very sad news, I thought Bromwyn was a permanent member of Easingwold Players, she will be missed so much.

Brian Goodyear

Bromwyn was a lovely lady and a versatile actor who will be remembered for many fine performances, and as a loyal and dedicated member of Easingwold Players.

Barbara Topping

I first knew Bromwyn when someone recommended her for a part in the second play I directed. She was at the time a member of Huby Amdrams. Unfortunately both her father and father in law were ill and she had to say no sorry. The first play she appeared in was the first we put on in the new hall with a proper stage . It was The Farndale Avenue Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society Murder Mystery  and she played

Felicity who played a butler (play within a play).she has contributed so much to the group over the time since this first play. She was a dear friend who everyone will sorely miss.

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