James Hagley

Patricia Dunham

Janet Staton

Lilian Clenahan, David Clenahan & Chris O’Farrell

Arnold + Andrew Ellis

Anthony Reynolds

Jeannie Leneghan & Oliver Newell

Eileen Whitaker & Ernest Whitaker

Craig Fowler

Dolly Jackson, Stan Jackson, Michael Jackson & Gill Gray

Ian Strand

Carole Dawkins & Martha Fitzakerly

Brenda Maddison

Allan Manning

Claudine Morley

Jeannette Goodwin

Calvin John Metcalfe

Keith Clarke

James Alwyn-Clark & Jackie Butler

Charles & Margaret Hoskins

Ann Wilson & Peter Grice

Marian Craddock

Jenny Heathcote, Brian Pestell & Anne Ashworth

Richard Rodgers

Lucy Cliff Chappell

Warbie Warburton, Hannah Vines & Trevor Bee

Lin James

Brian Gardiner

James Hagley

From Mrs Linda Harrison

Always on my mind, forever in my heart

Patricia Dunham

From Miss Joanne Dunham

Always in my thoughts at this time of year xx

Janet Staton

From Mrs. Zoe Raygen

Lilian Clenahan, David Clenahan & Chris O’Farrell

From Mrs. Ailsa McGiveron

Love and miss you all every day
Xxxxx

Arnold + Andrew Ellis

From Mrs. Sue Jago

Remembering my lovely dad and brother, this will be the first year without them both and my world will never be the same. Wishing you both a happy heavenly Christmas, always by my side and never forgotten love Susan xxxx

Anthony Reynolds

From Mrs Valerie Reynolds

Christmas time was our family time, we all miss you so much..xxxxx

Jeannie Leneghan & Oliver Newell

From Mr. John Leneghan

Eileen Whitaker & Ernest Whitaker

From Mrs. Michele Shearer

Dad, you passed away 18th Oct 2020, you were our hero and the strength and backbone of our family.
Mum, you passed away 20th Dec 2020, you were always there for us when we needed to talk. We are all so shocked but understand that you didn’t want to be separated from dad after being together for 58 years.
We are devastated and in so much pain right now from losing you both, the only bit of comfort we have is knowing that you are back together, side by side where you belong. Please don’t worry about us, in time we will be ok and we will look out for one another like you’ll want us to do.
We will never forget you and everything you did for us, you will be missed so much and our lives from now on will never be the same.
Take care of one another mum and dad, we’ll see you again one day, sleep tight,
Your loving daughters,
Michele, Simone and Rosalind
XXX

Craig Fowler

From Miss Becky Fowler

All dad used to ask for every Christmas was a “nice jumper and a nice aftershave”. Once he’d unwrapped them he’d immediately put on the jumper and spray himself all over and sit with a smile on his face.
Miss you dad x

Dolly Jackson, Stan Jackson, Michael Jackson & Gill Gray

From Mrs Maxine Johnson

Christmas has never been the same since losing you all. You are missed so very much. X

Ian Strand

From Mrs. Brigitte John

Uncles are the best friends we didnt know we needed. To my uncle in heaven ,may your star shine brightly this Christmas love always Xxx

Carole Dawkins & Martha Fitzakerly

From Mrs. Nicola Fitzakerly

Mum, I miss your incredible hugs and your love of Christmas xx

Martha, I miss your happy tail and your tapping feet xx

Brenda Maddison

From Mrs. Sandra Beattie

Forever in our hearts. Miss you so much mum. Xxx

Allan Manning

From Mrs Debbie Frost

My wonderful dad, not a day goes by I don’t think of you. Sadly robbed of life age 69. I have such fond memories of you, your dry sense of humour. Your advice and always willing to help me. Harry & Alfie miss you tons as does Colin. 381Dad

Claudine Morley

From Mrs. Kate Aspin

Your birthday was 21/12 .. we were always allowed to decorate the Christmas tree after that special event .. almost thirty years after you've died ..still missed and loved…

Jeannette Goodwin

From Miss Eden Laughton

Jeannettes poem,

When you were with us you weren’t one for soft spoken words.
Any attempts at emotional conversation you’d effortlessly swerve.
If you were here now and you sensed this heart-pour.
You’d tell me to shush, sit down, to ‘close the door’.
We’d all sit in the lounge, all cosy and all warm.
Put a film on the TV, then talk through it all.
With a cat on your lap and the dog at your knees.
You’d pet and you’d fuss until I agreed ‘Aren’t they so pretty’.
We’d sit there for hours and put the world to rights.
Reminiscing and laughing about all the good old times.
Giggling at memories till the day turned to the dark.
Like the new haircut ‘chode’ or your day trip to the park….
Even at the end you were always true to you.
A fabulous diva, and you, through and through.
Walk past your reflection and your hair you would tease.
With your effortless style and you in your dungarees.
One thing is for certain, there’s no one quite like you.
Even treatment shakes were taken by champagne flute.

Now you are gone, and it’s time to say.
That you could bring sunshine to the darkest of day.
And although I never said it, you know what you meant to me.
My life lived with you is full of endless happy memories.
From little girls to little women, with you I have grown.
You have been there from the beginning, your home is now my home.
So I want to say Thank you, for everything you have done.
In my heart you are my family, you are an adopted Mum.
You have always been there so Goodbye is hard to say.
But I know I’ll see you again, on the other-side one day.
You’ll be holding hands with Dereck and Barbs, Molly and JellyBean too.
And I will get to tell you…. J-dog, I love you.

Calvin John Metcalfe

From Mrs. Caroline Metcalfe Hillman

Hello Dad
We have many Memories. We can share. At Christmas.. we knew you were with us every day. We all are sending our love to you today. ❤️

Keith Clarke

From Mrs Sarah Porter

We miss you everyday clarkey but at Christmas your absence is felt the most…your favourite time of the year! xxxx

James Alwyn-Clark & Jackie Butler

From Mrs. Claire Alwyn-Clark

Thinking of our cherished family who we can no longer see at Christmas time. Always in our thoughts and hearts xxx

Charles & Margaret Hoskins

From Mr. Phillip Hoskins

Dad/Pop, Mother, Granny and Grandad, You are forever in our hearts, we miss you so much, Love always, Phillip, Ann, Emma and Tori

Ann Wilson & Peter Grice

From Mr. John Wilson

Love & miss you always, Ann. We will toast you at Christmas, and share stories. You’re in our hearts forever xxx

Marian Craddock

From Mrs. Andrea Devonport

A dear friend and employer.
Fond memories of 7 years as your carer.
What a privilege it was to spend your twilight years caring for you .Forever in my thoughts .xx

Jenny Heathcote, Brian Pestell & Anne Ashworth

From Mrs. Julie Heathcote

I love and miss you all. I think of you every day. x

Richard Rodgers

From Mrs. Lucy Reid

With love at Christmas grandad now and always. Forever in my heart and never forgotten. Miss you and love you always. Love Lucy x x x x x

Lucy Cliff Chappell

From Ms. Jacqui Chappell

In memory of my wonderful parents always loved never forgotten xx

Warbie Warburton, Hannah Vines & Trevor Bee

From Mrs Joanne Sweetman

Warbie, a close and life long friend, much missed by all,
Hannah, not just a work colleague, a special lady who is a beautiful soul and very much missed
Trev, 5 years gone now, I wish things could’ve been different, remember you always

Lin James

From Mrs. Tina Morrison

Linda who was as beautiful inside as she was outside, A true friend and work colleague.
Merry christmas Linda , always in our thoughts

Tina and Becky

Brian Gardiner

From Mrs. Angie Gardiner

For my darling husband missed and loved so very much. Passed away 13 December 2012 just 6 days after our Wedding Anniversary. Always in my heart xx

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