Alan Wiles

Sandra Auckland

Gordon Holmes Atkinson

George Petch & Sheila Pollard

Geoff Gowland

Arlene Reynolds

Gordon Holman

Penny Adams, Christopher Adams, Ted Belk & Sheila Belk

Sam Twigg

Dallas Melton

Patricia Clark

Irene Webster & Hugh Webster

DIANE PAYNE

Margaret Kenney

Graham Millhouse, Maurice Riches & Margaret Riches

Rick Welbourn

Hazel Donohue

Roger Meredith

Raymond Roberts

Frank Lawrence

John Reilly & Mary Reilly

Edith & Douglas German

Emma Louise Jennings & Matilda (Tilly) Jennings

Gillian Bibby

Les Brumby

Pat + Ken Herauville

Pat Parker

Suzie Pinder-Smith & Philippa Creasey

Alan Wiles

From Mrs. Kerry Potter

I just remember how incredibly loving he was, I lived with them for a few yrs in my teenage yrs and it was the best yrs ever as I got to build a bind with my grandad many people don't get to build, he was just alway there x I miss his smell, I miss his face and I'm scared I will forget your voice 😢

Sandra Auckland

From Miss Maisie Auckland

I always see you in the night sky shining bright! Love you always Nannie xx

Gordon Holmes Atkinson

From Mrs. Julie Treadwell

Dearest Dad, Grandad and Great Grandad,
In our hearts forever. You are missed each and everyday. Loved and remembered always. Julie, Alan, Luke, Gemma, Leon, Markus, Mollie, Graeme, Lois and family x x

George Petch & Sheila Pollard

From Mrs. Amanda Mein

Love and miss you every day.

Geoff Gowland

From Mrs. Dawn Gowland

Geoff loved Christmas with his family especially seeing his children, Ashley & Emma, faces whilst opening their presents.

Arlene Reynolds

From Mr. Michael Reynolds

Gordon Holman

From Miss Elisabeth Holman

I have so many memories of my wonderful Grandad, but one of my absolute favourites was when I took him to the hospital for an appointment earlier this year. When we got there I got to wheel him around in a wheelchair which he found absolutely hilarious as I was so scared of pushing him into a wall or a door frame! He even joked as we were leaving about me passing my wheelchair pushing license – making a joke about me not passing my driving test yet! But this is one of my favourite memories because it was the first time I had seen my Grandad genuinely smile for a very long time.

Penny Adams, Christopher Adams, Ted Belk & Sheila Belk

From Mrs Karen Wood

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

Sam Twigg

From Mrs. Hollie Key

Dallas Melton

From Ms. Kate Melton

For my beautiful mum who loved a scone and a whiskey, though not necessarily at the same time 🙂

Patricia Clark

From Dr. John Clark

Irene Webster & Hugh Webster

From Mrs Stephanie Douglas

To my wonderful parents – Irene and Hugh Webster. The world changes from year to year, our lives from day to day, but the love and memories of you, shall never pass away. xx

DIANE PAYNE

From Mrs. Jacqueline Parry

There is not a day goes by that, I Don't think about you Diane.
I miss our days out together, and all the laughter we shared.
Forever in my heart.
Your ever loving sister Jacqui.xxxxxxxxxxx

Margaret Kenney

From Ms Helen Griggs

Our first year without you at Christmas. It will feel very strange. We miss you Mum/Grandma, Helen & Alice xxx

Graham Millhouse, Maurice Riches & Margaret Riches

From Mrs. Janet Millhouse

Fond memories of my husband and my parents. My husband died peacefully in the hospice November 2002. Miss them every day.

Rick Welbourn

From Mrs. Jenny Welbourn

Lovely kind gentleman. He worked so hard for his family all his life and is greatly missed by us all.

Hazel Donohue

From Mrs. Lynne Rowitt

To our beloved mum, Nanna and great Nanna we shine a light in your memory we miss you much. We think about you every day. We know you are around us guiding us on our way and keeping watch over us. Words can’t say how much we miss you, there’s a big hole in our lives. Love always xxx

Roger Meredith

From Mrs. Gwenith Meredith

Raymond Roberts

From Mrs. Sandra Watson

Merry christmas Dad, fly high with Mum. We miss you both. All our love and hugs, Sandra, Shirley and Mark. Xxxxxxx

Frank Lawrence

From Mrs. Jennifer Barber

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

John Reilly & Mary Reilly

From Mrs. Eileen McMorrow

Christmas was such a special time for our family because of you both – Christmas Eve traditions, huge family dinners, getting all the neighbours together on Christmas morning & Santa sacks for the grandkids. You both brought so much joy & happiness to all who met & loved you. We miss you both every hour of every day and love you with all our hearts ♥️ Love from your girls & families xxx

Edith & Douglas German

From Mr. Douglas German

Forever in our hearts

Emma Louise Jennings & Matilda (Tilly) Jennings

From Mrs. Margaret Jennings

Emma is our daughter, born 14 June 1988, who stayed with us for just one day. We have taken part in the Light a Light procession every year since, this is her part of Christmas.

Tilly is our first grandchild, born March 2020, whom we have not been able to meet and cuddle yet due to the COVID Pandemic and travel restrictions across the World. Instead of being able to show her the Christmas Tree in person, to have her own light shining on it is the next best thing.

Gillian Bibby

From Mr John Bibby

Gillian loved the Christmas season and enjoyed hosting family on Boxing Day. This will be our first Christmas without her and she will be missed.
We love you.

Les Brumby

From Mr. Scott Oldfield

She was a life friend to my mother in law, they had been friends for over 40yrs, and sadly she lost her fight with cancer recently..

Pat + Ken Herauville

From Mrs. Mandy Herauville

My darlings,
Many a wonderful Christmas spent at yours watching my children and nephews opening their magnificent presents and then playing with the boxes. Preparing and eating a magnificent meal washed down with a bottle or two of wine.
I love and miss you both so much xxxx

Pat Parker

From Mr. John Baines

PAT, love you always. Thank you for your love. Miss you for ever sweetheart

Suzie Pinder-Smith & Philippa Creasey

From Miss Ciara Pinder-Smith

My amazing mother and the best Nanna died suddenly of cancer last December 2022. We will miss her dearly and she will always be in our hearts. Two weeks later her best friend, Philippa who she called her sister died of cancer too. Two most amazing people are still together x we love you x

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