Adele Siefers

STEPHEN RIDER (NORM) HAITH

Ernest Pollard

Roger Smith

Adrian Hicks

John Reilly

King Kenneth Ridgeway

GRAHAM WOLDEN

MARGARET CLAPHAM

Yvonne Sephton

Stephen Foster

Mason Cole

Dave Nottingham & Karen Hirst

Nanny Phipps & Great Nanny Phipps

Jim (poppy) Shaw

Ken and Rita Sheard

Stan Mumby, Peggy Hollands, Ron Booth & Alf Frith

David Harding

Ken Cook

Jacquie Mann

Mick Rampton

Carol Hinds

Carol Blow

David Wood

Bernard Hewitt

Charles & Margaret Hoskins

Debbie Odams

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Adele Siefers

From Mr. Jordan Cooper

Lost way too soon and a light will always shine for Adele. A lovely personality and character, missed by those closest to her. This Christmas she will be the star for her darling daughter Isabelle and other family. RIP

STEPHEN RIDER (NORM) HAITH

From Mrs. SHIRLEY HAITH

When someone you love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a treasure.
Always in our thoughts Steve.
With Love, Your Family xxx

Ernest Pollard

From Mrs. Julie Thacker

Remembering a very special stepdad at this time of year, we think of you everyday and you will stay forever in our hearts. This will be the first Christmas without you and it won’t seem right not writing and sending a special Christmas card to you. Your light will shine on the tree and bring us comfort as will the light on our Christmas tree. As we decorate our tree we shall be remembering you with loving affection and although it will bring a tear your light will bring us comfort. Loving you always and remembering you each day, love from Julie, Daryll, Sean, Michelle and Mark xxxxx

Roger Smith

From Mrs. Elinor Suma

Dad,

Thank you for everything your taught me and memories you created.

So glad you got to meet Zavier, I know your looking down protecting him.

Adrian Hicks

From Mrs. Caroline Kathel

We love and miss you every day. Best Dad and Grandad xxxx

John Reilly

From Mrs. Mary Reilly

In loving memory of John, much loved husband, dad, gdad and great gdad. To have known you was a precious gift. You made every day like Christmas and we loved you dearly xxx

King Kenneth Ridgeway

From Ms. Cleopatra Ridgeway

Dear Daddy, your golden voice will ring through the ages and your music will touch many more hearts to come. We miss you immensely and may your tenor voice be ringing out true and clear wherever you are. I love you Daddy.

GRAHAM WOLDEN

From Miss JANE WOLDEN

HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO THE BEST DAD IN THE WORLD
WERE EVER YOU MAY BE AS I WILL ALWAYS LOVE AND MISS YOU EVERYDAY LOTS OF LOVE FROM JANE XXXXX

MARGARET CLAPHAM

From Mr. CHARLES CLAPHAM

Margaret, you will be never forgotten, and I will always remember all of the sixty Christmas's that we shared together, many with children and grandchildren, they all miss you as I do and will be thinking and praying for you this Christmas.
God Bless
Alan xxxxx

Yvonne Sephton

From Mr. Bryan Sephton

Stephen Foster

From Mrs Julie Foster

Mason Cole

From Mrs. Natasha McFadyen

Shine bright Mason. We all miss you x

Dave Nottingham & Karen Hirst

From Mrs. Beverley Carmichael

Christmas is never the same again after a loved one dies but you learn to be grateful for the happy memories and to look for the good in every day.
Dave and Karen, you are both loved so very much.

Nanny Phipps & Great Nanny Phipps

From Mrs. Jennifer Kidman

My beautiful Nan. Merry Christmas, we miss you dearly. All our love. Xx

Jim (poppy) Shaw

From Mrs. Victoria Schofield

Poppy Jim 2 yrs without you now Dad and missed every single second of every single day.
We all love you so very much.
Love you Millions from Victoria xxxxxx

Ken and Rita Sheard

From Mrs. Holly Eyre

Happy Christmas, grandma and grandad Sheard, we miss you every year. We raise a glass every year and hope that we are all doing you proud! lots of love

Stan Mumby, Peggy Hollands, Ron Booth & Alf Frith

From Mrs Mica Hollands

My Grandad Stan was my biggest fan; he never missed an opportunity to celebrate my successes or just big me up for no reason whatsoever. We were best friends, and I did everything I could to make sure that his last few years on earth were as enjoyable and comfortable as possible. My Grandad loved Christmas and the whole family being together, and we make sure to honour his memory, especially at this time of year. I love and miss you, Gramps! Mica xxxxx

My Grandma Peggy was such a kind and caring woman, with so much grace and poise. My Grandma was such a strong woman and never let anything get her down, not in her 91 & 1/2 years on this earth. I have so many fond memories of spending countless childhood Christmases with my grandma, filled with so much love and happiness. All my love, Mica xxxxx

Grandad Booth was an inspiration to the entire family. An old-fashioned man with good morales, and often the only person who could tolerate my tantrums. He'd always hand me down the sports pull-outs from the newspapers and let me stay up late to watch the football highlights. He supported me always and I fondly remember him cheering me on from the sidelines, come rain or shine. We love you, and miss you Grandad. Lots of love, Tom & Family.

David Harding

From Mrs. Christine Harding

Together, we saw the whole of the moon. Thank you for the days.

Ken Cook

From Ms Michaela McGorty

It has been 2 years dad and I miss you every day.

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.

Mick Rampton

From Mrs Pat Rampton

Carol Hinds

From Mrs. Natasha Terry

Sending love this Christmas we miss you.

Carol Blow

From Miss Faye Blow

Will miss your mince pies, scotch eggs and sausage rolls this year. Not a second goes by that we don’t think of you, we love you dearly

David Wood

From Mrs Sue Smith

Remembering my much loved and missed brother. David, at Christmas and all year round xxxx

Bernard Hewitt

From Mrs. Janet Hewitt

Loved and missed every day

Charles & Margaret Hoskins

From Mr. Phillip Hoskins

Dad/Pop, Mother, Granny and Grandad, You are forever in our hearts, we miss you so much, Love always, Phillip, Ann, Emma and Tori

Debbie Odams

From Ms. Teresa Jaques

My little Sister who suffered so much pain & we wished we could have taken it away. You fought to be with us to the very end. It’s true what they say “you don’t realise what you have until it’s gone” I was a rubbish big Sister which I deeply regret Deb💞 Love you Always Teresa Xxxxxxxx

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From Mr. Michael Andrews

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