Alison Arnott, Doris Arnott & James Arnott

Tom Haughey

Luke Flanagan, Skye Bird & Charlie Bird

Dallas Melton

Ethel Johnson & Doug Johnson

Chris Slavin

Dorothy May Levin

Tom Busby

Malcolm Holmes, Iris Holmes & Roy Holmes

Daniel Hyde

Douglas Brown

Stephen Seymour & Christine Ross

Jane McCarthy

Shirley Smith

Tom Nugent

Carol Blow

Claudine Morley

Wendy Moat, Emma Ackland-Snow & William Penney

STEPHEN R NORM HAITH

Scott White

Ian McGregor, Margaret McGregor, Mary Flynn & Bridget Barrett

Edward Rouse

Maurice Stanley, Joyce Stanley & Elsie Laming

Neil Sturge

Sybil Hannah

Ken Cook

Anthony Logan

Nellie Shelbourne & Peter Shelbourne

Alison Arnott, Doris Arnott & James Arnott

From Mrs. Rosie Taylor

My mum volunteered at St Barnabas and was a nurse for 45 years. She sadly lost her battle with Motor Neurone Disease, this September, after only a few months since diagnosis. She is now at peace and back with her parents, my grandparents xx

Tom Haughey

From Ms. Gillian Mitchell

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Luke Flanagan, Skye Bird & Charlie Bird

From Ms. nicola flanagan

Dallas Melton

From Mrs. victoria smith

You will always be missed x But your memory lives on and I know that those memories will live for ever x Miss you Mum . I will toast you this Christmas with a glass of sherry x

Ethel Johnson & Doug Johnson

From Mrs. Pauline Ventress

Remembering you both with love

Chris Slavin

From Mr. Stuart Slater

Dorothy May Levin

From Miss Zoe Burnett

In memory of my beautiful nanna. You are missed every single day and loved more than you’ll ever know. The brightest star in the sky and the most beautiful angel. ♥️

Tom Busby

From Miss Jasmin Middlemiss

Tommy B, we all miss you and your magic energy, cheeky sense of humour and gorgeous smile so much!
We will make sure your Christmas Tree looks beautiful and the lights in the garden are just how you like them.
Love you forever and always dude Xxx

Malcolm Holmes, Iris Holmes & Roy Holmes

From Mrs. Sue Holmes

We will never forget them they will be loved and missed everyday xxx

Daniel Hyde

From Ms. Maggie Nichol

I love you my son and miss you very much. Mum xxxx

Douglas Brown

From Mrs. Maria Brown

To a much loved and greatly missed husband and best friend. Life is not living without your love, kindness and amazing sense of humour. Til we meet again. xx

Stephen Seymour & Christine Ross

From Miss Kayleigh Seymour-Smalley

Jane McCarthy

From Mr. Stephen McCarthy

You will always be part of me…

Shirley Smith

From Miss Julie Smith

We miss you so much mum forever in our hearts ❤

Tom Nugent

From Mrs. Claire Hewson

Well Tom another year has gone but not a day goes by wear we don’t say your name so merry Christmas Uncle Tom love from claire Joshua and also your lovely sister sue and husband Dave and we can not for get the little one you always talked about Mckenzie’s xxxxxxxxx

Carol Blow

From Mr. Alfie Linnecor

Miss you and love you Gran xx love your soul mate

Claudine Morley

From Mrs. Kate Aspin

In memory of Mum, 25 years on, I remember you sitting in your fluffy 'click-clack' slippers watching us open our presents, from our pillowcases, then on to a breakfast of ham and eggs… passing those traditions on to the grandchildren, you never got to meet … and thanks to the care at St B, never forgotten always loved. XXX

Wendy Moat, Emma Ackland-Snow & William Penney

From Mrs. Suzanne Glaze

Remembering 3 special people this Christmas, all taken too soon. I dedicate a light to them to help keep their lights shining bright. I miss you. 💔

STEPHEN R NORM HAITH

From Ms. Shirley Haith

WE MISS YOU STEVE X LOVE ALWAYS XXX

Scott White

From Mrs. Fiona Gelnar

Scott, you are the brightest star I know and I hope you're shining bright in Heaven. Love you to the stars and back love from your little sister Fifi xx

Ian McGregor, Margaret McGregor, Mary Flynn & Bridget Barrett

From Mrs. Moira Scarborough

We are remembering my Grandad. An amazing trombone player in his day as well as a terrifically talented joiner. My Grandad was like a built in best friend. So funny, his smile and laugh just lit up the entire room. And I would always feel safe and secure whenever he was near, he just had a calming presence. He always reassured you that you would be fine and give you a big squeeze and you would instantly feel better. My grandad was so determined, this showed when he had a stroke when I was younger and he had to learn how to read, write and speak again and he did. He passed away two years ago now from falling on a rainy day and after all he had achieved recovering from those traumas, it left such a hole in our lives for him to be suddenly taken when he was so healthy. Our lives are definitely different without him as he was such a light and a joy. Everyone who met him says the same, he was just a force of nature. The best husband, father and grandad in the world.
We are also remembering my Granny (Grandad’s wife) unfortunately she passed when I was a baby so I didn’t get much time with her, which really upsets me but when I hear all the wonderful and also funny stories about her I truly feel like I know her so well. She was so kind, so creative, also a force of nature. She was very determined, she ran a restaurant whilst taking care of her family and just had so many feathers to her cap! She had an eye for detail. I wish I could have spent years on end with her, going around antique shops which she so dearly loved. She was a treasured wife, mother and Granny.
We are also remembering my Auntie Bridget. When my granny passed away Auntie Bridget sort of took on the role of Granny duties. And to this day , I can say she truly shaped who I am. She was so kind, so delicate, always fair. Auntie Bridget loved church and keeping her rosary beads close to her (which is something I like to do now because of her), everything in her home was perfect and beautiful. Some of the best memories of my childhood are school holidays at my Auntie Bridget’s. And walking through her front door and getting a whiff of her homemade chicken soup that she was cooking. Everyone who knew her, held a special place in their hearts for Auntie Bridget and that’s a fact. We miss her everyday.

And finally we are remembering my Granny Flynn (Auntie Bridget’s sister and my Mums Granny) she too passed when I was baby so I don’t have any memories with her and I so wish I did because of the stories I hear she was such a kind and wonderful person to know. I have one picture of her holding me when I was just born, I’m asleep in her lap and she is looking down at me just like an angel and she is so very gently holding my tiny hand with the tips of her fingers, the picture is so beautiful and special because although I never knew her that picture shows how much she loved me and how many memories we would have made together , the memories would have been wonderful. My mum describes her as so elegant and very much “a lady” and she was a huge part of my mum’s growing up, almost everyday they would see her, she was like a “second mum”. It just shows how treasured she was.

Edward Rouse

From Mrs Stephanie Rouse

Remembering a much loved Husband, Father, Grandfather, Father in law, and a friend to many this Christmas, our first without him. 💔

Maurice Stanley, Joyce Stanley & Elsie Laming

From Mrs. Sandra Knowles

Neil Sturge

From Mrs Roma Sturge

Neil
You were the love of my life and I think of you and miss you constantly. Our first Christmas without you will be hard but we will remember the good times we had together (and there were so many good times.) Our memories of you live on in all of us. Sleep tight my love.
Roma XX

Sybil Hannah

From Mrs. Elizabeth Libiszewski

Ken Cook

From Ms Michaela McGorty

It has been 2 years dad and I miss you every day.

Anthony Logan

From Miss Meghan Lusby

The first Christmas without our dad + Grandad.
Our shining star in the sky.
Love always x

Nellie Shelbourne & Peter Shelbourne

From Mrs Tina Metcalfe

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