Elsie Barrand

Valerie McMahon

Tony Brown

Doris & Joe Burrell

Rennie Markham & Donna Markham

Chris Davies & Alan Davies

Janet Robinson

Leslie Charman

Melvyn Trofer

Barbara Jones

Andrea Armstrong

Valerie Ann Butler

Mr Mrs P Wood

Tracey White

Christine Jaffrey & Bertha Stone

Patricia Bell & Molly Stokes

Grandma and Grandad Taylor

Mary Evans

Patrick McCree

Patricia Bell

June Bradford & William Bradford

Linda Pearce

Geoffrey Gowland

Ina Price

Tony Brown

Keith Clarke

Christine MacKenzie

Lee Hutchinson

Elsie Barrand

From Mr. Graeme Townell

Valerie McMahon

From Mrs. Michelle McMahon Childs

When the swifts arrive in June, they always bring back memories of my Mums last summer. They would screech and swoop around the garden, and she loved them.

Tony Brown

From Mrs. Eloise Drysdale

I’ll sit and watch this blossom in my garden and remember my Pops as always but even more so as he always wanted a wildflower garden. This will be so special to me for forever. Thanks again St Barnabas for giving us something to look at something and remember our loved ones. I’ll be forever grateful of the love and support you give to patients and there families x

Doris & Joe Burrell

From Mr. Mervyn Brown

Dad loved his garden and was never happier than when he was working there.

Rennie Markham & Donna Markham

From Mrs. Sarah Markham

My beloved mum and sister

Chris Davies & Alan Davies

From Mrs. Marie Pattison

Janet Robinson

From Mr. Anthony (Tony) Robinson

In memory of a lovely caring and brave Wife, Mum and Nanny. We all miss you.

Leslie Charman

From Mr. Thomas Woolley

Melvyn Trofer

From Mrs. Zoe Clarke

My wonderful brave father who I miss so much and still worry about , my guide in life and protector .x

Barbara Jones

From Mrs. Natasha Gregg

Mumday Wednesday's were the best!

Andrea Armstrong

From Miss Demi Armstrong

Forever in our hearts & not a day that goes by that your not in my thoughts… RIP Mum love Demi & your three beautiful grandson's, Vinny, Reggie & Billy x

Valerie Ann Butler

From Miss Kate Devlin

I am remembering my Nanny Val, who remains to be a huge inspiration in mine, and my families, lives.
Nanny was so passionate and enthusiastic about life, an infectious quality that I will cherish forever, and hope to continue in her memory.
Love you always Nanny
Kate xxx

Mr Mrs P Wood

From Mrs. Julie m Stronza

My wonderful parents just happy childhood memories picnics were a great day out for us . They always showed us so much love always miss you both so much

Tracey White

From Mr. Trevor White

Tracey spent her last days at Lincoln Hospice and I used to get very upset when I had to leave her each day until 1 day one of the nurses saw how distressed I was when I was getting ready to go home and asked if I would want to stay the night which I jumped at the chance, they said it would have to be 2 beds pushed together in a small room for now as there were only women in the Hospice. The nurses were wonderful and some stayed after their shift to arrange it !!
I ended up staying with Tracey for the last 11 days and nights of her life and cannot thank them enough for their compassion and love they gave ❤

Christine Jaffrey & Bertha Stone

From Mrs. Diane Law

They were both beautiful people and loved their gardens.

Patricia Bell & Molly Stokes

From Mrs. Beth Cook

My amazing grandma and great grandma always loved to be put in the garden. Weather it would be picking up the weeds, or planting shrubs, they were always busy and so very proud of their gardens. When my grandma passed away, I took cuttings from some of their plants and I am growing them to this day.

Grandma and Grandad Taylor

From Mrs Amelia Chambers

Grandma and Grandad loved walking. They would walk for miles and miles until both of them preferred resting in their armchairs, more than hiking. I think they must have seen hundreds of wildflower fields on their daily walks. With both of them gone, these flowers will be a beautiful reminder of them.

Mary Evans

From Mrs. Muriel Ellerington

I am sowing these seeds in memory of my lovely Mum, Mary Evans, who sadly passed away on this day (July 28th) last year. She is deeply missed. 🤍 xx

Patrick McCree

From Mrs. Gabriella McCree

Patrick loved his garden. He had fond memories of 'back in the day' when seeing wild flowers everywhere was the norm.

Patricia Bell

From Miss Ruth Holmes

Grandma loved gardening

June Bradford & William Bradford

From Mrs. Christine Robson

Mum loved her garden and definitely had "green fingers" which I sadly have not inherited. Dad was also a keen gardener and spent many hours in his allotment or "down the plot" as he used to say. The wildflower card is a beautiful memory for them both who are much missed.

Linda Pearce

From Mrs. Joanna Sidebottom

Linda was a wonderful Wife, Mum & Grandma. She was a lovely, kind lady, who adored her family so much. Linda will be forever remembered and missed by her family and friends.

Geoffrey Gowland

From Miss Emma Gowland

My dad got poorly really quickly and unexpectedly and so it was a real shock to everyone. I had never lost anyone and struggled to deal with what was happening. I credit the staff at St Barnabas with helping me get through that difficult time. Not only was the care and dignity they provided to my Dad of the highest standard, they made sure that myself, my Mum and my brother were ok and when I wasn't did everything they could to help me understand. I'll never be able to say enough thank yous.

Ina Price

From Mrs. Carol PRICE

An endearing lady of many hand crafted talents who also loved her garden and flowers. Many gifts to treasure in Ina's memory.

Tony Brown

From Mrs. Sue Brown

Many lovely memories I have of Tony. One of them was when he was sat outside the front door admiring the garden in the sunshine when a baby bird landed on his head. He couldn't move for ages. I don't know who was more stunned him or the bird! He so loved nature and to us it was a happy event. I smile thinking back on it.

Keith Clarke

From Mrs. Sarah Porter

Christine MacKenzie

From Miss Evelyn Nelson

Lee Hutchinson

From Mrs. Karen Bassett

Precious memories of my youngest brother Lee-Paul
tragically taken far too young ❤️
Aged 16 years!
7th July 1996
Lee one in a million

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