Candida Lycett Green British writer

Candida Lycett Green is a 72 years old British writer from Dublin, Leinster. Candida Lycett Green was born on January 01, 1942 (died on August 19, 2014, she was 72 years old) in Dublin, Leinster as Candida Rose Betjeman.

Candida Lycett Green



Candida Lycett Green is the author of sixteen books including English Cottages Goodbye London The Perfect English House Over the Hills and Far Away and The Dangerous Edge of Things. Her television documentaries include “The Englishwoman and the Horse” and “The Front Garden”. Unwrecked England based on a regular column of the same name she has written for The Oldie since 1992 was published in 2009.
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Her real name:
Birth name of Candida Lycett Green is Candida Rose Betjeman
Is Candida Lycett Green still alive?

No, she died on 08/19/2014, 9 years ago. She was 72 years old when she died. Cause of death: pancreatic cancer. She died in England


Her mother is Penelope Valentine Hester Betjeman and her father is John Betjeman. Her mother died at the age of (Candida was 44 years old). When Candida born she was 32 years old. and John Betjeman was 35 years old when Candida born. Her father was a Poet.


Penelope Valentine Hester Betjeman
Mother: Penelope Valentine Hester Betjeman
John Betjeman
Father: John Betjeman



She had five children, Lucy (58) , Imogen (57) , Endellion (54) , David (48) and John (44) . When her first child, Lucy Rose Lycett Green, was born, Candida Lycett Green was 22 years old.


She graduated from Heathfield School

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