Tanya Moncur

Mum and Dad Parsons

Richard Freeston

Sutty ILYMTYLM

Fiona King & Alan King

Tracey & Dan White

Little Nanny |

Heather Fisher

GAIL COX |

Our Grandparents |

Theo

John Dovey

Chris Watt Mum & Nana

Len Scoffin

John Million

Pauline Keery

Nigel & Jackie Dean

John Edward Smith

Betty & Brian

Anthony |

Sarah Turner

Lyn Alcock

A feather from above

Riley Clifton

Teresa Stillwell

Remembering Carol xxx, Remembering Carol xxx & Remembering Carol xxx

Bryan Jones

Janet Cook

Tanya Moncur

From Mrs Louise Cobby

You will always be in our hearts

Mum and Dad Parsons

From Mrs Penelope Marklew

Always loved

Richard Freeston

From Mrs Pauline Freeston

forever in my heart

Sutty ILYMTYLM

From Mrs Dawn Sutton

In the early hours of 28th January 2022 I kissed my gorgeous husband for the last time. All I can say, two years on, is don’t under estimate the devastating impact of loss and grief
The amazing care and compassion shown by the staff at the hospice, in the short time he was there, was the only thing that kept me sane at the worst time of my life. Two years on and the pain is as raw today as it was the day he died.Missing my cheeky, lovable, funny husband every day.

Fiona King & Alan King

From Mrs Donna O'Boyle

Beloved Mum & Dad to Emily, Laura and Sam and loving grandparents to Fleur, Patrick and Iris.

Always in our hearts.
Xxxx

Tracey & Dan White

From Mr Trevor White

Another year passes without you both but you are and will forever be with me in mind and spirit.
Love and miss you always xxx

Little Nanny |

From Mrs Fiona Malloch-Rear

In memory of my beloved grandmother, always known as Little Nanny. I miss her terribly and wish I could spend another day in her garden with her and the cats xx

Heather Fisher

From Mr Karl Fisher

In memory of our lovely Mum.

GAIL COX |

From Mr Terry Carr

Our Grandparents |

From Mrs Katy Mawer

Theo

From Mrs Emma Harrowing

Forever in our hearts 💕

John Dovey

From Mrs Lynda Dovey

Great Dad, Grandad & Husband always remembered

Chris Watt Mum & Nana

From Mrs Esther Watt Jones

My mum was a kind and special lady, right up until the very end. She and our dad raised me and my sister and then later took in a number of foster children. Mum loved a quiz and was an avid reader and of course, loved spending time with her grandchildren. The loss of mum was sudden. After fighting hard for nearly two weeks, we knew it was time to let her go, but not until she did one last good deed. She became an organ donor – our mum showed kindness in life and now in death. Not only did she help at least 3 people have a better life, she left her family with the knowledge that there was a little bit of her left in this life. Something which has helped the pain sometimes feel a little less sharp. We are so very proud of her! I love you and miss you every day, my mummy x

Len Scoffin

From Mrs Debra Betts

Taken too soon Loved & Missed Every Day xx

John Million

From Mrs Marie Hammond

Miss you everyday x

Pauline Keery

From Miss Grace Gourley

Nana
7-2-52 – 12-5-24

Nigel & Jackie Dean

From Ms Sarah Dean

Love and miss you both beyond measure. Stay with us always, all my love always, Sarah xxxxxx

John Edward Smith

From Mrs Wendy McDaid

Betty & Brian

From Mrs Rebecca Franks

Always in our hearts and thoughts xxx

Anthony |

From Mrs Yvette Henson

My soulmate
I miss you
so much
it hurts
I will love
you always

Sarah Turner

From Miss Caroline Reeves

In loving memory of our beautiful Mum!
Lily, Ruby & Max xxx

Lyn Alcock

From Mr Gary Alcock

Ever loved

A feather from above

From Mrs Kate Hall

Riley Clifton

From Mrs Claire Bramwell-Smith

Riley, forever in our hearts. Miss you.

Teresa Stillwell

From Ms Oonagh Quinn

"If I listen to my heart, I hear your laughter once more."

Remembering Carol xxx, Remembering Carol xxx & Remembering Carol xxx

From Mrs Jennifer White

This feather is dedicated to my sister Carol who we lost suddenly last summer. She used to talk a lot about white feathers after our dad died, and she always took it as a sign he was still with us in spirit whenever she saw one. On the morning after she died, I was sat outside in shock and struggling to take in what had just happened, when a pure white feather landed squarely on my lap and I found it so comforting.

Carol was full of kindness, warmth, generosity and had an energy that meant she lived life to the full. She genuinely made the most out of every day, for which we are very grateful. I miss Carol terribly, as do all the family and her many friends.

Bryan Jones

From Mrs Sharon Staff

Dad, we miss you so much, the last 7 months since you passed away have been tough but you left us with lots of happy memories making us smile, we will always love you thanks for being a great dad xxxx

Janet Cook

From Mrs Wendy Kireia

Feathers appear
When angels are near

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