Howard Pettit

Stephen Jaques

Mac Fleckney

Bryan Jones

Cyril Holland & Gerald Tebb

Rachel Stott

Sybil Armstrong

Captain Nicola Butler

Linda Mould & John Mould

Eileen Tregent, Alice-Rae Ward & Ruby White

Tony Meenaghan

Jacquie Mann

Maria Walton

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Malcolm Hensby

Ann Livesey

Robert Turner

James Hagley

Frank Parkes

Keith Stephenson

mick Bray

Sarah Chapman

Barry Warner

Vera Chandler, Gordon Chandler, Valerie Wright, Michael Wright & Joanne Wright

Leslie Tointon & George Drew

Daniel Matthews

Pauline Wood

Caleb Campbell-Fillingham

Howard Pettit

From Mr Jon Pettit

We love you and miss your everyday. From your adoring family.
XXXXX

Stephen Jaques

From Mrs. Emma Newby

You are never far from my thoughts because you meant so much to me. I miss you dad and will love you always. This light is for you because you still shine brightly in my memories.. love you Dad, from your daughter.

Mac Fleckney

From Mrs. Claire McArdle

Dad passed away in March this year and Christmas just won't be the same this year. Every Christmas he would send a lovely card to all of his Grandchildren and on the back of the envelope he would always put a smiley face sticker. Every birthday he would do the same. The kids would always look forward to the cards and sticker on the back. He did this for many many years. At his funeral we stuck a smiley face sticker on his coffin. He would have laughed his unmistakable laugh at this as he had a great sense of humour. We love and miss you dearly Dad /Grandad and now Great Grandad xxx

Bryan Jones

From Mrs Sharon Staff

We spent many Christmases with dad lots of laughing, food and drink great memories.
This is our first Christmas without him
Happy Christmas dad, we miss you
Love Sharon, Fraser, Gary, Leigh and Amy xx

Cyril Holland & Gerald Tebb

From Mrs. Liz Tebb

Rachel Stott

From Miss Molly Lound

Spending quality time during the Christmas period. Laughing and smiling.
Always thought about and loved dearly xx

Sybil Armstrong

From Mrs. Sue Craven

My wonderful much loved Mum. Forever in our thoughts, hearts and minds!

Captain Nicola Butler

From Mr Danny Butler

In memory of my amazing wife who took her last flight in April and to the St.Barnabas team who showed extraordinary care to us both.

Linda Mould & John Mould

From Mrs. Sue Clifton

In memory of our wonderful Mum and Dad.
Missed everyday, remembered forever
Love from
Debbie and Suzanne xx

Eileen Tregent, Alice-Rae Ward & Ruby White

From Mrs Tara Ward

I miss my family everyday but more so at christmas xxx

Tony Meenaghan

From Mrs. Philomena May

Loved, missed and remembered always

Jacquie Mann

From Mrs. Ayeisha Kirkham

My mum passed away from cancer in spring this year aged 70 years old. I miss her dearly and am still rather shocked she is not going to be here this Christmas. She was a fantastic dancer and used to be a go go dancer back in the 70s. As she got into her 60s she started doing ballroom dances and going to dances every weekend. She loved dressing up in fancy outfits (usually a charity shop bargain). My children will miss their little nanny this Christmas. And I will miss my mum. My son (age 3) thinks she's gone to the moon. 🌙 From there she can watch over us.

Maria Walton

From Mrs. Jane Sparkes

Always loved forever missed
Love Jane, ash and your beautiful granddaughters lily-mae & serenity

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From Miss Missy Powell

To Grandad,

Merry Christmas! We all miss you so much!

Love from all of us!

Malcolm Hensby

From Mrs. Siobhan Hensby

My husband Malcolm passed away in the Lincolnshire hospice in April 2016. I will be eternally grateful to the staff for their loving care & support.

Ann Livesey

From Mrs. June Young

Our beautiful Ann, you fill our hearts with love.
We think of you everyday you gave us such wonderful memories.
You taught us to open our hearts and care for people.
Your smile would light up a room and we still feel your arms around us keeping us safe.
You will always be our shining light and our rainbow through the storm.
We will carry you in our hearts forever.

Robert Turner

From Mrs. Tinna Turner

Our first Christmas without you Rob.
Our time together taught me,
What Christmas time is for,
And that's what I'll remember,
Until we meet again once more. Xxx

James Hagley

From Mrs. Linda Harrison

Always on my mind xxx

Frank Parkes

From Mrs. Iris Parkes

Wonderful Husband, Father and Pappa x

Keith Stephenson

From Miss Katie Stephenson

Dad, I miss you so much, this Christmas is going to be hard for us all first one without you but we will be thinking about you especially when I’m cooking the pigs in blankets haha
Love you always and miss you everyday
Love Katie, Andy, Josh and Evie x x x x

mick Bray

From Miss samantha bray

He was the best father we could ever wish for and we miss him so much. We love you dad xxx

Sarah Chapman

From Miss Shannon Walsh

Sarah,

I know christmas was your favourite time of year. It doesn’t get any easier without you here, we miss you so much. I wish you were still here with us but I’m glad you’re no longer in pain. Keep shining bright.

Love you always,
Shannon

Barry Warner

From Miss Zara Waring

Merry Christmas Grandad. We are missing you lots but I hope you have a beer in your hand watching down. Its not the same without you here. Love you always our hero.
Love Zara xx

Vera Chandler, Gordon Chandler, Valerie Wright, Michael Wright & Joanne Wright

From Mrs. Pauline Shipham

My dear Mum, Dad, Val, Mick and Jo, We miss you all so much, especially at Christmas. We had some lovely Christmases together. We are truly blessed to have so many happy memories. One day we will all be together again. Polly and Colin xxx

Leslie Tointon & George Drew

From Mrs Janet Drew

Daniel Matthews

From Mrs. Jeannette Cox

Always with me dad, love you and miss you loads xxx

Pauline Wood

From Miss Sylvia Wood

Christmas was one of Pauline's favourite times of the year. She loved everything about it. Buying gifts and wrapping them. She loved spending time with family generally eating, drinking and being merry.
It has been 3 years in January since she passed away and it's not getting any easier. I miss her so much. XXX

Caleb Campbell-Fillingham

From Mrs. Vanessa Wilson

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