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Local charities to benefit from teacher's estate

A retired deputy-headteacher from Sudbury has left around £2 million in his will to charity, reports the East Anglian Daily Times (EADT).

Tony Wheeler, who was a bachelor, died recently of pancreatic cancer. According to the executors of his will, Mr Wheeler had requested that the majority of his estate, estimated to be worth over £2 million, go to benefit a number of local and national charities.

According to the EADT, the exact identity of the beneficiaries are not yet known, but are likely to include local church groups and civic and historical societies.

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