Funeral for 1950s international Dennis Tarr
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Former British international Dennis Tarr, a star of the 1950s and 1960s, died over Christmas. He was 72. Tarr won many big British races, including the 1962 London to Holyhead, at 265 miles, the longest single-day road race in the UK.
The Condor Mackeson independent (semi-pro) was a member of the London club, De Laune CC. The club's website proudly proclaims that Tarr still holds tandem track records with Alan Jackson, set in 1957.
The funeral is tomorrow, Thursday, January 6, at South Molton Cemetery, South Molton, North Devon, EX36 4AT, at 3pm.