It is with regret that I have to inform you of the death of a Retired Police Officer Dianne Heydon, that occurred today in Spain

Dianne was on motor cycling holiday in Spain with her husband Ken Heydon also a retired officer when the accident happened.

Ken is remaining in Spain to organise repatriation back to the UK

Ken’s brother Tony Heydon is acting as the liaison in the UK and can be contacted on 07904 788270

As soon as further information becomes available a full circulation will be published


John Kennedy, Secretary Notts NARPO


  1. Dianne was a lovely warm person with a great personality. Will be sadly missed by all who knew her. Very sad. Condolences to Ken, Tony, and Family.

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  2. Very sad to hear this. My father, David Knibb just contacted us to inform us. sending our love to her family, particularly the boys xxx Natasha Knibb

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  3. Absolutely shocked to hear of this terrible news. Have been following Di and Ken’s travels on Facebook. My deepest sympathy to Ken and Di’s family, such a tragic loss!

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  4. Sue Hudson, 6th June 2018 at 23.00

    What a shock. Very sorry to hear this sad news. A great person to have known. Condolences to Ken and Diane’s family.


  5. Ken and family sorry for your loss. I was at the Green when Di joined in the early 80s. The last time i saw her was prior to my retirement in 2006. A truly lovely lady. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.


  6. Hi Everyone, the below link will take you to a page where you can leave a message or light a candle for Dianne Heydon if you wish. Some have asked me about making a donation so there is a Just Giving link on the page… pressure. Dianne liked to raise money for Parkinson’s as her Dad died from it. She supported many charities but as she ran a half marathon in Paphos in March for Parkinson’s it seems fitting.

    If you are on Facebook you will have seen this already.

    Many thanks, Ken Heydon.


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