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British Businesswoman, Lady Dufferin Has Passed Away



Lady Dufferin Is Dead

The Marchioness of Dufferin and Ava knew as Lady Dufferin or Lindy Guinness, the daughter of financier Loel Guinness and his second wife, Lady Isabel. has sadly passed away. she was reported to have died today October 27, 2020, after a brief illness. Lady Dufferin died at the age of 78.

Lady Dufferin is a popular British conservationist and businesswoman. Lady Dufferin after her marriage in 1964 established the Clandeboye yoghurt, which features the painting of her cows on the packaging.

The Blackwood via their official Facebook page announced the news of Lady Dufferin’s death.

As posted on their page: It is with great sadness that we have to announce the passing of Lady Dufferin early this morning after a short illness. Lady Dufferin had many passions and dreams in her life and The Blackwood was very close to her heart. We are all saddened at our loss as she lit up all of us with her never-ending enthusiasm and positives with nothing ever being an impossible task. We will miss her greatly, as will everyone that was fortunate enough to know her closely or have a fleeting moment of her time. We know she will be watching closely from above smiling down on all that enjoy her beautiful golf courses at The Blackwood.


Clandeboye Estate Yoghurt wrote – An unbelievably sad day at Clandeboye. Lady Dufferin will be missed by us all, inspiration and energy that is difficult to explain. Here at the Clandeboye Yoghurt, we can only be thankful for the opportunity she gave us and continues to give us. Bryan and team.

The Clandeboye Nature Rangers wrote – Fun, playful, inspiring, lady who makes the yoghurt and all-round fantastic person. Lady Dufferin will be sorely missed by all of us at Nature Rangers. We will endeavour to keep her vision of getting children outdoors and spending time in nature alive.

Cladeboye Courtyard wrote – We regret to announce the death of Lindy, Marchioness of Dufferin & Ava, after a short illness. She was a friend to so many and was beloved by all. Painting and Clandeboye were her twin passions and we can take some solace that her last months with us allowed her to indulge both and brought her peace and happiness doing the things she enjoyed most. She had a fantastically full life.  Given current Covid restrictions, there will be a private funeral at Clandeboye in accordance with her wishes but there will follow memorials in celebration of her life at both Clandeboye and London.

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