Dr John Gosnold & Dee Mansell

Pauline Regan & Jim Regan

Jimmy Niles

Gwen Benson

Olive Philomena Mary Phoenix

Phil Brown

David Goodridge & The Cooper & Goodridge Family

Dave Nottingham & Karen Hirst

Kathleen Gilroy

Dotty G & Dad and Nan x D& P

May Pegg & Ken Pegg

Georgina Thompson

Vincent Doran & Margaret Doran

Warbie Warburton, Hannah Vines & Trevor Bee

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Brian Gardiner

Avril Billington

Alan Williams

Carolyn Laskey

Mary Cowling

Mourveen Harvey

Terry Pembroke & David Harding

Frank Lawrence

Charlie Bakhtiary

Merv Lowiss

John Burt

Penny Adams, Christopher Adams, Ted Belk & Sheila Belk

Chris Watt, Pws-Pws Jones, Taid/Huw Jones, Jan Dye, David Mawson & Aurelia Jones

Dr John Gosnold & Dee Mansell

From Mrs. Rebecca Loeve

Two very important people who are sadly missed and fondly remembered, both taken too soon.
Especially at Christmas we remember you and wish deeply for one last conversation.

Pauline Regan & Jim Regan

From Mrs. Tracy Troop

Miss you both every day x

Jimmy Niles

From Ms. Rachel Niles

Miss you so much everyday Jimmy and the first Christmas without you is going to be so hard. You will always be in our hearts big brother.

All our love always Jimmy
Rachel, John & kids xxxxxxxx

Gwen Benson

From Mr. Mark Benson

This is in memory of my mum who always put family first. Christmas was always a special time for our family to come together.

Olive Philomena Mary Phoenix

From Miss Abigail Phoenix

For my wonderful Grandma, Olive. You’re awfully missed, especially around Christmas. I keep the memories of our extended Christmases & our birthdays close to my heart.

Phil Brown

From Mrs Kelly Woodthorpe

Miss you Bro, Keep shining bright xx

David Goodridge & The Cooper & Goodridge Family

From Mrs Jacqueline Goodridge

Christmas has lost its sparkle for me since the loss of both my soulmate, David, and many of our respective family members. I still embrace the religious significance, but sorely miss our family getting together to enjoy this very special celebration.

Dave Nottingham & Karen Hirst

From Mrs. Beverley Carmichael

Christmas is never the same again after a loved one dies but you learn to be grateful for the happy memories and to look for the good in every day.
Dave and Karen, you are both loved so very much.

Kathleen Gilroy

From Miss Lorraine Gilroy

Our first Christmas without our wonderful and very precious mother who died on 21/11/23 from Ovarian Cancer … we will never get over losing the most special lady ever 💔

Dotty G & Dad and Nan x D& P

From Miss Lisa Dambrosio

❤️❤️❤️

May Pegg & Ken Pegg

From Mrs. Sandra Wasyliw

Was the most caring loving nanna and grandad you could ask for would always do anything for any one xxx

Georgina Thompson

From Mrs Michelle McKinnon

With almost a year passing since you left us. Loved and thought of every single day. Miss you so much mum. Life just isn’t the same without you. Your forever heartbroken daughter Michelle, son in law Al and adoring grandchildren Rory and Lottie xxxxx

Vincent Doran & Margaret Doran

From Mrs Julia Redhead

My wonderful parents always in our thoughts & hearts. Our 1st Christmas without you both love you xxx

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

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From Mrs Carol Farrow

Remembering my mum, dad, grandmas,grandads, My much loved friend Marie, Marion, Cheryl, Paula and all the loved ones that have passed away.

Missing you
Love Carol & Family
xxx

Brian Gardiner

From Mrs. Angie Gardiner

Brian & I were married on 7th December and had just celebrated a Wedding Anniversary 6 days before he passed away from a terminal illness. I miss my soulmate more than anything in the world & will love him for always. We had such a wonderful marriage making beautiful memories which are mine to treasure. I hope he is looking down on our beautiful grandchildren, we had 2 when he passed away and now we have 6, such blessings to me which keep me strong. Brian was 64 when he passed away 9 years ago on 13th December 2012. Sleep peacefully my darling until we meet again xx

Avril Billington

From Ms. Barbara Davies

Dear Mum,
My mum, my best friend and the one I trusted most in my world. You are an amazing soul and you were an amazing person. You legacy to me is the light that shines in my heart, and the memories of all the wonderful and not so wonderful times we shared together. I miss you every day, but as you said to me "until next time" and we both know there will be another time. All my love now and always. Barbara xxx

Alan Williams

From Mrs. Suzanne Williams

Always remembered ♥️

Love Barbara,Sue, Mandy & Diane

Carolyn Laskey

From Mrs. Lauren Wood

My mum said she didn't like Christmas much and its was a big fuss for one day. She loved shopping and buying gits for everyone though! She had a stash of presents from around April.

Mary Cowling

From Mrs. Susanne Crombie

Missing you mum more than words can say, shine bright in the sky like the brightest star you are. Lots of love always Sue xx

Mourveen Harvey

From Mrs Mandy ashton

Amazing memories of great family Christmases . When the whole family would get together. Now we all have our own family's. I try to keep up the tredition. Miss you so much mum😘

Terry Pembroke & David Harding

From Mr. Steve Pembroke-Smith

Frank Lawrence

From Mrs. Jennifer Barber

Merry Christmas Dad. I miss you so much. Love you always xoxo

Charlie Bakhtiary

From Miss Megan Ford

Born an angel

Merv Lowiss

From Mrs. Wendy Lowiss

Much loved husband dad and gran gran greatly missed never forgotten Xx

John Burt

From Miss Anita Burt

Always in our hearts
Forever loved X

Penny Adams, Christopher Adams, Ted Belk & Sheila Belk

From Mrs Karen Wood

Remembering all those loved and lost. Gone but never forgotten.

Chris Watt, Pws-Pws Jones, Taid/Huw Jones, Jan Dye, David Mawson & Aurelia Jones

From Mrs. Esther Watt Jones

Chris Watt – A second year without you Mum. Selfless to the end, you became an organ donor and continued to help others. Giving and caring in life and in death. We are proud to call you our mum and hope that you can watch over us. Miss you every single day. x

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