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‘We want to keep her name alive’: charitable trust for Sarah Hughes – The Guardian

Friends and family of Guardian and Observer journalist who died of cancer aim to raise £10,000 for education and research

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The friends and family of Sarah Hughes, the Observer and Guardian journalist who died last week, have set up a crowdfunding website in her name with the aim of raising £10,000 to set up a charitable trust in her memory.
Sarah died at home on Monday, aged 48, after a long battle with cancer. She was a regular writer for the Observer for more than 20 years, primarily writing on arts and culture but more recently a series of moving and powerful pieces about living with a terminal illness.
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