Hazel Donohue, John Donohue & Paul Donohue

Allan Manning

John Keal

Anele Nenartaviciene

David Shaw, Henry & Madge Green & Pat Self

Sue Last

Janet Marshall

Bronwen Attwell

Eric Polley

Douglas Brown

William Rice-Johnston

Douglas Walker

STEPHEN RIDER (NORM) HAITH

Pamela Potter

John Hird

Lesley Brumby

Tony Bean

John Johnson, Audrey Johnson & Jeanette Corner

Tracey White, Daniel White & Jonathan Cave

Alan Clarke & David Gordon

James William Bean

Rachael Howat

Michael McGuire

Stewart Bristow

Paul Guest

Doreen Davies

Chris Mallet

Graham Brocklebank, Romah and William Kerrison, Karen Abbey & Robert Rampley

Hazel Donohue, John Donohue & Paul Donohue

From Mrs Lynne Rowitt

Missing you all so much.
Light up a life helps us to remember you at this time of year.
Always in our thoughts, love always to our great dad, wonderful mum and an amazing brother 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

John Keal

From Mrs Diana Keal

His wife and children and grandchildren miss him so much. He was so important in all our lives.

Anele Nenartaviciene

From Miss Diana Plikaityte

David Shaw, Henry & Madge Green & Pat Self

From Mrs Shirley Shaw

Sue Last

From Mrs Jacey Mack

Remembering our amazing Mum, who passed away in January this year. We all miss her so much.

Janet Marshall

From Mr. peter marshall

forever in my thoughts and always in my heart especially at Christmas.
Love you Jan xx.

Bronwen Attwell

From Ms Emma Lucy Attwell

A beautiful and loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother and great-grandmother, forever loved, forever missed.
Ray, Cathy, Nick, Rob and Lucy xxx

Eric Polley

From Mrs. Gillian Brooke

Remembering my wonderful dad who is so greatly missed by all his family and friends. Thank you St Barnabas for taking care of him with such care and dignity. Love you Dad. Xxx❤️

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

William Rice-Johnston

From Mrs Mary Rice-Johnston

My husband was the kindest and gentle n man and greatly missed by all the family – even our great grand children who were 4 and 5 when Bill died ( they are 8 and 9 now still talk about him and they hope he is looking down on them .

Douglas Walker

From Miss Katie Walker

Dear Grandad,
It will be the first Christmas without you this year, but I know you’ll be by outside always. Love you always. Katie and Emilie xx

STEPHEN RIDER (NORM) HAITH

From Mrs. SHIRLEY HAITH

When someone you love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a treasure.
Always in our thoughts Steve.
With Love, Your Family xxx

Pamela Potter

From Ms. Lucy Lewin

Cracking open a tin of biscuits for you this Christmas! We all love and miss you lots, from the Lewin and Potter family. xxxxx

John Hird

From Mrs Jo Campbell

For a wonderful Dad and Grandad remembering all the special memories

Love Jo,Adam,Amy,Tom & Ellis xxx

Lesley Brumby

From Mrs. Vanessa Proctor

Missing you so much sleep tight x

Tony Bean

From Mr. Matt & Emma Bean

Thinking of you always, especially at Christmas time. Loved and missed everyday. 💙

John Johnson, Audrey Johnson & Jeanette Corner

From Mr Graham Johnson

Many treasured memories

Tracey White, Daniel White & Jonathan Cave

From Mr Trevor White

Tracey and Daniel you are forever in my heart and mind, and I miss you both like crazy. At least I have so many happy memories to comfort me and I thank you both for that Love and hugs for you both xxx
Johnny I will never find another friend like you as you supported me through my tough times but at least I have sooooooo many fun memories to bring me a smile when I am down and I am very thankful for that. Miss you like mad you big daft fella xxx

Alan Clarke & David Gordon

From Mrs. Carol Clarke

Remembering both of my late husbands this Christmas time lost my first husband Dave in 1981 died of a hear attack at 36 years old 😢my second husband Alan passed away in 2016 of prostrate cancer after receiving excellent care from st barnabas 😢RIP❤️❤️

James William Bean

From Miss Laura Garrill

he was my best friend growing up lots of memories and he loved christmas we used to sing together and he always got me a chocolate santa xx love you little grandad xx

Rachael Howat

From Mr. Richard Pullen

Michael McGuire

From Mrs Kelly Marsland

Will be thinking of you tonight Dad, 10 years on and we think about you all the time especially at this time of year. We shall have a drink tonight in your memory and enjoy looking at your light shining brightly on the Christmas tree xx love you always Kelly, Stuart, Freya and Noah

Stewart Bristow

From Mrs ruth bristow

Stewart was a lovely man and at this time of the year he would be getting his Santa suit ready for a busy month ahead with visits to care homes, schools, playgroups, toy library also private visits to homes without dad as he would be serving abroad! He was. Proud Freeman of Lincoln, always wearing his gown with pride! Sadly missed by his family but always in our hearts❤️

Paul Guest

From Miss Emily Guest

Christmas was always our favourite time of the year. I will be holding on to all the memories of buying the trees, decorating the house, and dancing in the kitchen to Christmas songs whilst cooking the Christmas lunch. Love you and miss you everyday. x

Doreen Davies

From Miss Emily Davies

Gran,

This is the first Christmas without you. Will always love you and miss you everyday. When anything happens, you’re the first person I want to call and for a brief second, I forget I can’t.
I sponsored this light as it helps to keep you shining. You’ll be shining outside the Cathedral. Remember when you came up for my graduation and we pushed you over the cobbles. I will always remember your laugh that day.
Love you forever

Chris Mallet

From Miss Olivia Jones

I would like to dedicate a light in memory of my Aunty Chris this Christmas – somebody who brought light and laughter into the lives of everyone she knew. She will never be forgotten.

Graham Brocklebank, Romah and William Kerrison, Karen Abbey & Robert Rampley

From Mrs. Zoe Rampley

Our wonderful family members, gone but not forgotten. A toast to you all this Christmas.

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