Chris Reeve

Sylvia Morrell

Teresa Stillwell

Mourveen Harvey

Mike Mills

Dolly Jackson, Stan Jackson, Michael Jackson & Gill Gray

Craig Fowler

Jeanette Dimmock

Joan Benson

Jane Cleary

Paul (Pablo) Cowley

Paul Anthony FORMAN

Ian Strand

Peter Bills, Margarite Bills & Jane Carnell

SUSAN LIMB

Hazel Cottingham & Tony Cottingham

Ken Crowe

Jean DaSilva

Rosemary Cooper, Margaret Dickinson & John Cocking

Calvin Metcalfe

Bill Cadogan

Lee Phillips

Stephen Rowland

Joan Harrison

Jane Cleary

John Johnson, Audrey Johnson & Jeanette Corner

Art Binnington & Dennis Storey

Geoff Gowland

Chris Reeve

From Mrs Barbara Reeve

02/12/2022 Christopher Reeve You our very own Super Man lost your last fight. We know you are flying high watching over us. Your pain has gone away, ours lives on everyday with out you. We will never forget you. Shine Bright and know our Love will Never Fade. Lots of Love Your Reevies x x x x

Sylvia Morrell

From Miss Jessica Lacey

Sylvia adored Christmas, it was her favourite time of year. This will be our first Christmas without her but to know her light will shine this Christmas brings comfort.

Teresa Stillwell

From Ms Oonagh Quinn

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

Mourveen Harvey

From Mrs. Mandy Ashton

Another Christmas without you. Miss you so much mum. You loved this time of year with us all. Family has grown by another great granddaughter. Hope ur watching over us all xxx

Mike Mills

From Miss Jane Mills

Thinking of you Dad at this special time as we do every day. We love and miss you. Lots of love from Rita, Jane, John, Jessica, Chris, Holly, Eleanor, Poppy xxx

Dolly Jackson, Stan Jackson, Michael Jackson & Gill Gray

From Mrs Maxine Johnson

Christmas has never been the same since losing you all. You are missed so very much. X

Craig Fowler

From Miss Becky Fowler

Miss you every year dad x
Will pull a cracker and will
wear a hat in your honour.
Baxter wishes a Happy Christmas to his grandad xxx Love you always Becky xxx

Jeanette Dimmock

From Mrs. Lisa Burges

My beautiful mum lost her fight for life in lincoln st barnabus hospice on 9th Jan 2020 aged 68 with me and her son and husband by her side. I held her hand tight as she took her last breath. My mum loved Christmas, even her last Christmas which she spent with her family even though she was very poorly. She managed to make Christmas special as she always did. I have so many memories but last Christmas I remember how brave and selfless she was, putting on a brave face for us all. New year 2019 I spent in A & E with mum, not knowing 9 days later I would lose her. Even then, she managed to make us laugh and her bravery shone through. To this day I still don't know how she did it. Mum….this year, Christmas for me is all about you. Wherever you are I hope you will look down and see my tree shining brightly and find us so you can be with us in spirit. I miss you so so much and I love you with everything I have. Always and forever mummy ♥ ❤ xxxxxxxxx

Joan Benson

From Mrs. Gemma Norton

Thinking of you grandma as always and treasure those special memories and all the laughter we shared as a family over the years. You’ll always be truly treasured in our hearts and never forgotten. Love you always mum, grandma & great gran gran from your loving family xxxxxxx

Jane Cleary

From Mrs. Heather Cleary

Always in our hearts.

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

Paul Anthony FORMAN

From Mrs. Jennifer FORMAN

10th March 1958 – 11th December 2017
Taken too soon, aged 59 years.
Loved and remembered everyday.
Jennifer, Lindsay, Christopher and Andrew xxxx

Ian Strand

From Mrs. Brigitte John

Uncles are the best friends we didnt know we needed. To my uncle in heaven ,may your star shine brightly this Christmas love always Xxx

Peter Bills, Margarite Bills & Jane Carnell

From Mrs Eunice Cole

SUSAN LIMB

From Mr. WALTER LIMB

A WONDERFUL CARING AND PRECIOUS WIFE, MOTHER , GRANDMOTHER, AND A TRUE FRIEND TO ALL WHO KNEW HER.

Hazel Cottingham & Tony Cottingham

From Miss Linda Cottingham

Another Christmas without you both, it doesn’t get any easier, I wish that we could all be together again one last time. Miss you xx

Ken Crowe

From Mrs Jane Peck

We love and miss you Dad/ Grandad/ Husband and Great Grandad
Happy Christmas and shine bright
X

Jean DaSilva

From Mrs Sally Love

Thinking of you Jeanie my Mum my best friend. Loved and missed by so many xxx🌻🌻🥰

Rosemary Cooper, Margaret Dickinson & John Cocking

From Mrs Marie Salmon

They made Christmas so very special for me I hope they know I am thinking of them ❤️

Calvin Metcalfe

From Mrs. Hazel Gillian Metcalfe

Broken hearted without you. Love and miss you. All my love Jill

Bill Cadogan

From Mrs. Jean Cadogan

Always in my heart and thoughts xxx

Lee Phillips

From Miss Katie Phillips

My dad, he was and still is my bestest ever friend when cancer was trying to keep him down he fought so hard Xmas was always special to us as we just loved being together as a family! My daddy would wear his reindeer antlers and flashing nose while getting his treatment to encourage everyone else to have a great time xxx

Stephen Rowland

From Mrs Michele Rowland

Steve died on 26th April 2023 at St Barnabus Hospice in Grantham after being diagnosed with cancer 5 months previously. Steve is dearly missed by me and his children and grandchildren.

Steve will be on our minds and forever in our hearts.

831 xxx

Joan Harrison

From Mrs. Lesley Hunter

A dearly loved Mum, grandma and great grandma. Remembered always.

Jane Cleary

From Mr. Sean Cleary

Always in our hearts.

John Johnson, Audrey Johnson & Jeanette Corner

From Mr Graham Johnson

Many treasured memories

Art Binnington & Dennis Storey

From Mrs. Lisa Storey

Always thinking of you both, forever in our hearts xxx

Geoff Gowland

From Mrs. Dawn Gowland

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

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