Tributes to 'happy-go-lucky' dad, 41, who died three days after being attacked in pub as three arrested | The Sun

TRIBUTES have today been paid to a "loving" family man who died three days after being attacked at a pub.

Peter Walker was assaulted at the Black Horse pub, Skipton, North Yorkshire, late in the evening on Saturday October 22.

The 41-year-old was left fighting for his life and sadly died in hospital on Tuesday.

Police arrested two men aged 33 and 36 from Skipton and a 38-year-old from Bingley.

All three men were arrested on suspicion of assault and have since been released on conditional bail.

The victim's have family paid tribute, it reads: "Peter Walker was a loving father, husband, brother and son. Pete will be missed by his family and also by the many friends and people who knew him.

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"Pete was a happy go lucky person and well known for being outgoing and hilarious. If anybody needed any support Pete was always there to lend a hand.

"Sadly, Pete was taken away from us all too soon in tragic circumstances.

"He will be greatly missed by all of us.

"Rest in peace, Big Lad."

North Yorkshire Police have not confirmed whether a murder investigation has been launched.




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