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John Cushnie

John Cushnie

(1943 – 2009)

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John Cushnie

John Cushnie
(1943 – 2009)

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John Cushnie

(1943 – 2009)
About John
This is a tribute to John Cushnie who was a gardener and broadcaster. He was best known as a regular panellist on the long running BBC Radio 4 programme, Gardener's Question Time. He lived in Killyleagh, County Down, Northern Ireland and studied horticulture at Greenmount College in Antrim. He was married and had two sons and a daughter. He was a regular worshipper in St Patrick's cathedral Downpatrick.
In County Down he ran a landscape design and contracting company - Cushnie Landscapes. In addition to his radio work and the running of his company he was gardening editor of Ireland's 'Homes Interior and Living' magazine and was a contributor to the Daily Telegraph.
John Cushnie passed away on 31st December
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About John
2009, aged 66. This is an online memorial to honour his life and his achievements. May he rest in peace.
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John Cushnie

This is a tribute to John Cushnie who was a gardener and broadcaster. He was best known as a regular panellist on the long running BBC Radio 4 programme, Gardener's Question Time. He lived in Killyleagh, County Down, Northern Ireland and studied horticulture at Greenmount College in Antrim. He was married and had two sons and a daughter. He was a regular worshipper in St Patrick's cathedral Downpatrick.
In County Down he ran a landscape design and contracting company - Cushnie Landscapes. In addition to his radio work and the running of his company he was gardening editor of Ireland's 'Homes Interior and Living' magazine and was a contributor to the Daily Telegraph.
John Cushnie passed away on 31st December...

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