Jean Turner

Raymond Roberts

Mary Daines

Maggie Robinson, Joanne Robinson & Tony Robinson

Rachael Howat

Ed Martin & Eve Martin

Sarah Loughton

Dave Abbott

Lesley Harris

Mammabear Gostelow

Jim (poppy) Shaw

Keith Goodman

Pam Smith & Bill Alcock

Marie Hodson

Geoff Smith

Family and Friends Love Anne & John

Barrie Tozer

May Pegg & Ken Pegg

Annie Rennie

Brenda Francis

Tony Baker

Betty Wren

James Alwyn-Clark & Jackie Butler

Brenda Gorwood & David Gorwood

Hazel Cottingham & Tony Cottingham

Ken Pilbeam & Valerie Marks

Sheila Swan

George Blow

Jean Turner

From Mr Derek Turner

After 64 years together there's a big gap in life, very much loved and missed. The first Christmas alone will be hard. Lots of love, Derek

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

Mary Daines

From Miss Donna Withers

To mum we all love and miss you so much you were the best mum anyone could have love from Donna Angie Vicki and Steve Xxxx

Maggie Robinson, Joanne Robinson & Tony Robinson

From Mrs. Megan Ford

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, wherever you may be. Together, safe & loved.

Always in our hearts, Good night, good bless

Megan & Family xxx

Rachael Howat

From Mrs. Ann Dodd

Remembering Rachael and all loved ones at Christmas who touched our lives x

Ed Martin & Eve Martin

From Miss Blair Martin

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you Mum and Dad.
I miss you both so much but am thankful for every memory and moment spent with you.
Love you both with all my heart, then, now and always
Blair xxx

Sarah Loughton

From Mr Stewart Loughton

Sarah, this will the first Christmas we will be spending without you and we all miss you so much. You were our world and we are lost without you. There is not an hour that goes by where you are not in our thoughts. Fly high princess. Love you forever and always. Xxx

Dave Abbott

From Mr. Matthew Abbott

Merry Christmas Dad, I have made a donation to help shine a light on on a family's journey with the help of St.Barnabas.
We miss you tremendously,
Love always,
Matt

Lesley Harris

From Miss Susan Whate

A special sister. Loved and remembered always.

Mammabear Gostelow

From Mrs. Deborah Bullock

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

Keith Goodman

From Ms. Clare Goodman

In loving memory of my dear brother who is gone but never forgotten

Pam Smith & Bill Alcock

From Mrs. Amanda Smith

I have the fondest memories of Christmas as a child with my dad and mum and sister was amazing!
Recently memories of spending time with my mum in law who came and stayed for Christmas lunch.

Marie Hodson

From Miss Hannah Hodson

To super nan,
This is the first Christmas without you here with us and so much has already happened since you left us in January. I now have a beautiful baby boy who’s 8 weeks old who you would’ve absolutely adored.
It makes me so sad knowing you’re never going to meet him but I know you’re here watching us both.
I miss you and I’m so greatful for everything you ever did for me,
Happy Christmas nanny/great grandma now too!
Enjoy listening to musicals and eating chocolate won’t you,
Love you lots xxxxxx

Geoff Smith

From Mr David Smith

My Dad was the best. He died too early 26 years ago. I still miss him loads.

Family and Friends Love Anne & John

From Mrs Anne Kelly-Pearce

Barrie Tozer

From Mrs. Lesley Tozer

My first Christmas without my soulmate and I'm going to miss him so so much , his silliness with our grandchildren, his laugh, his many funny ways but most of all his love, not a day goes by that I don't miss you Barrie and wish you were still by my side, love you always, shine bright to lead the way for me to join you.

May Pegg & Ken Pegg

From Mrs. Sandra Wasyliw

Was the most caring loving nanna and grandad you could ask for would always do anything for any one xxx

Annie Rennie

From Mrs. Nicola Stuchfield

We love you mum even though you are not with us in person you are always with us in spirit. Love you, good night and God bless xxx

Brenda Francis

From Miss Zoe Francis

I miss you playing little jingles to wake us up on Christmas morning. I miss the smile on your face and excitement in yours eyes when you present us with Christmas stockings – that you STILL did for us all even as adults each year. I miss the strange/odd gifts you used to buy me that you thought I’d love! I miss seeing you dancing and singing to ‘rocking around the Christmas tree’ (usually in something red!) in the kitchen while we prepped and cooked Christmas dinner together… and so much more besides.

I regret that you never saw me happy with Russ who I met the year after you passed and I am saddened that you never got to hold your Grandchild Oakley. But you live on in all of us and Russ tells me he feels like he knows you as I speak of you so often and Oakley will feel the same in time I’m sure it – he already has a lot of love for ‘Nanny Bear’ who he kisses and cuddles often. I tell him he has to be a good boy as Nanny is always watching and checking in on him!

We miss you Mum, our sun moon and stars xxxxxx

Tony Baker

From Mr. Tony Baker

You were like a son to me and a dearly loved member of the family.xxx

Betty Wren

From Mrs. Elizabeth Rundle

We miss our wonderful Grandma so very much- she’d be so proud of our ever expanding family. We shall all raise a glass of Sherry in her honour this Christmas!

James Alwyn-Clark & Jackie Butler

From Mrs Claire Alwyn-Clark

Brenda Gorwood & David Gorwood

From Mrs Hayley Gorwood-baker

To the best mum / nanny, dad / grandad we could of loved. You are missed every minute of the day especially at Christmas time so we every year we attend the light procession in honour of how great you both were xx lots of love always, Hayley, callum, Joshua, Raymond and Daniel xxxxx

Hazel Cottingham & Tony Cottingham

From Miss Linda Cottingham

Christmas was always such a lovely family time, full of fun and laughter and lots of food! This will be my first Christmas without my mum and dad and I know it will be difficult, but I take comfort in the many lovely past memories we have xx

Ken Pilbeam & Valerie Marks

From Mrs. Jocelyne Pilbeam

The joy my husband always displayed as he watched others opening Christmas presents especially his beloved granddaughters

Sheila Swan

From Ms. Paula Maxwell

A lovely Mother in Law very much missed but especially at this time of year. Paula, Andy, Sarah and Tim xxxx

George Blow

From Mrs. Lucy Compton

Our first Christmas without you Dad. You will always be the brightest star. We love and miss you so much xxx

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