Rose Wilby

Ted Hooker

Terry Pembroke & David Harding

Christine Coward

Richard Hueso

Marion Billanie

Paul (Pablo) Cowley

Lyn Alcock

Len Dickinson

Judith Ann Pounder

Joan Dickson

William Cadogan

Pam Eaton

Cliff Leetch

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

Claudine Morley

Babs and David Ridgers

Tony Bean

Grace Barker

Chris Sharman

Pamela Budd & James Budd

Terry Cardy & Jeanne Cardy

Jamie Skinner

James Downes

Steve Loveday

Tracey Lynn & Daniel Lee White

Ian McGregor, Margaret McGregor, Bridget Barrett, Mary Flynn, Patrick Flynn, Great Granny McGregor & Robert McGregor

George Dowding & Edna Dowding

Rose Wilby

From Mrs Rebecca Sheldon

Thinking of you with so much love and very happy cherished memories. Many things remind us all of you daily x

Ted Hooker

From Mrs. Karen Herbert

Love and miss you Dad every day love from Karen xx

Terry Pembroke & David Harding

From Mr. Steve Pembroke-Smith

Christine Coward

From Miss Denise Wright

Christmas won't be the same without hearing your lovely voice.
My beautiful mum shines bright now and always, loved and missed so very much xxx

Richard Hueso

From Mr Brad Hueso

On this journey or the next, you’ll still be there walking beside me. I love you, I miss you, I’ll see you again brother

Marion Billanie

From Mr. Gary Billanie

You lite up our lives every day. Gone but never forgotten. We think about you every day.
Merry Christmas Mam xx

Paul (Pablo) Cowley

From Mrs. Kirsty Cowley

A magical person who was a shiny light to all he met, especially our family, amazing dad, hubby we love you always.
Passed aged 44yrs always talk xxx
Love you more xxx

Lyn Alcock

From Mr. Gary Alcock

In memory of a beloved wife who was taken far too young

Len Dickinson

From Mrs. Jane Everett

Judith Ann Pounder

From Dr. Colin Pounder

My wonderful wife of sixty years.

Joan Dickson

From Mr. Maurice Etherington

Missing you this Christmas Joan and always
Sending you lots of love xxxxx

William Cadogan

From Mrs. Helen Cadogan

Dad, you were the best. Think of you each and every day.

Pam Eaton

From Ms. Tamara Mills

I remember opening our Christmas stockings on your bed & all the effort you always made to make our Christmasses special. Having to try and stop you from spending too much but the presents always overflowing out from under the Christmas tree. Love & miss you, Txxx

Cliff Leetch

From Mrs. Anna Johnson

Remembering my Dad who we lost in 2018. Christmas Day was his birthday.

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.

Claudine Morley

From Mrs. Kate Aspin

In memory of Mum, 25 years on, I remember you sitting in your fluffy 'click-clack' slippers watching us open our presents, from our pillowcases, then on to a breakfast of ham and eggs… passing those traditions on to the grandchildren, you never got to meet … and thanks to the care at St B, never forgotten always loved. XXX

Babs and David Ridgers

From Mrs. Jane Graham

with love as always especially for mum who passed away on Christmas eve.

Tony Bean

From Mr. Matt & Emma Bean

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

Grace Barker

From Mr. Jeremy Barker

My mum was a loving mother, mother in law and nana who is missed so much. My mum dedicated her life caring for us all and for others as she worked caring for the sick and elderly. St Barnabas hospice looked after her in her last few days which was greatly appreciated by us all. Please keep up the great work you do everyday. Love to you all this Christmas time xxx

Chris Sharman

From Mr. Daniel Sharman

First Christmas without Dad and what would have been his 80th birthday on Boxing Day.
Daddy Sharman we miss you every day. You will always be loved and never forgotten. From Dan and Gem xxxx

Pamela Budd & James Budd

From Mr. Paul Budd

Never forgotten and always loved.

Terry Cardy & Jeanne Cardy

From Mrs. Jane Bridgwater

Mum and Dad, together again this Christmas. Sending you both lots of love. Jane xxx

Jamie Skinner

From Mrs Karen Skinner

Happy Christmas to my soul mate! Always in my heart. Love you forever babs 💗

James Downes

From Mrs. Lisa Wardle

My Daddy,
The one who always laughs before he’s got the punch line of his joke out, the first one without you, but your favourite Christmas joke will be told!
Love and miss you always

Steve Loveday

From Mrs. Louise Berg

We miss you Dad and Grandad more than words can say, and Christmas just won’t be the same without you. Forever in our hearts and thoughts. Enjoy a brandy or two up there and we will toast the day with you. All our love Louise, Jason, Lily & Chloe xxxx

Tracey Lynn & Daniel Lee White

From Mr. David Robinson

Ian McGregor, Margaret McGregor, Bridget Barrett, Mary Flynn, Patrick Flynn, Great Granny McGregor & Robert McGregor

From Miss Molly Scarborough

Dear Granny Grandad, Auntie Bridget, Great Granny and Grandad Flynn and Great Granny and Grandad McGregor, we all miss you very very much especially around a special time as Christmas when we wish you could all be with us. Some of you , Granny, Great Granny& Grandad Flynn and McGregor I’ve unfortunately never got to meet you but some of you may remember me as a tiny baby but I wish that I was blessed with time with all of you to really know what wonderful people you really were but luckily I feel so close to you and I have so many stories from everyone to learn so much about you all and I know you are always with me. Grandad, I got so many wonderful years with you but I’m still not over the fact you are no longer with us, the world was so much brighter with you in it. With your passion for music, your warm embrace whenever you gave me a hug, so tight but so warm. Your determination with everything you did and the fact you just were my best friend in the whole world. Christmas is very hard without you, you would always be helping around the house doing piles of ironing or helping mum with some DIY or suddenly on Christmas Day saying we needed to take the dining room door off ha ha, you were full of surprises. I miss you so very much and I love you, please kiss Granny for me and tell her I am always thinking of her. And Auntie Bridget, who basically became my Granny, you were a pillar in my life, you taught me so much about cooking, elegance and grace, you devotion to God was so admirable and really rubbed off on me. Your gentle voice and guidance in everything raised me to be who I am today. I miss you so much sometimes when I’m having a bad day all I can think of is how much I need you. But I know you are with me and i with you.
Merry Christmas to my wonderful family who are never forgotten and so happy in our thoughts.

George Dowding & Edna Dowding

From Mr. Neil Duff

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