Tue, 31 March, 2020


Remember Don Cameron?

Posted: January 2nd, 2018

From Don’s daughter Fiona:

I’m writing to see if anyone in the AMP remembers my father, Don Cameron, who worked on the Mirror newsdesk from the early ’70s to 1990.

He became ill in 2014 and had to move to a nursing home and all his contacts were lost. He doesn’t have the internet so has not seen the AMP website, but if anyone who knew him would like to write him a letter about old times in Fleet Street, I know he would love to receive it.

You can contact Don at George Potter House, 130 Battersea High Street, London SW11 3JR.

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