Richard Warren's latest blog post (https://richardawarren.wordpress.com/2018/05/31/memorial-and-no-memorial/#respond) mentions the recent death of Bill Bennett:
"I should dedicate this post, not that it’s anywhere near worthy of him, to another Cambridge poet, my friend Bill Bennett, who died, very sadly, three weeks ago. Though he had edited the earliest editions of Perfect Bound, the influential ‘seventies “Cambridge school” poetry magazine, he was himself published surprisingly rarely. Nevertheless, he saw as a poet, wrote as a poet, and lived as a poet – and as much more too. An entirely remarkable man. No stone for him, just woodland, as it should be."
Nice words, about someone who wasn't even a name to me. If anyone here has more info about Bill Bennett, (even a sample poem, maybe) I for one would be interested.