Merv Lowiss

James Alwyn-Clark & Jackie Butler

Scott Eastwood

Teagan Finnemore, Margaret Brown, Owen Brown & Ray Faxon

Sidney Hollins, June Roberts & Joyce Hollins

Gwen Wing, Bert Wing, Dorothy Edwards, Fred Edwards, Brenda Edwards, Michael Edwards & William Cunnington

Mike Mills

Desmond Whitehead & Alison Shipley Whitehead

Josh Stepniewska & Christine Richards

Jacquie Mann

Susan Limb

Lisa Tear & Maureen Jeckells

Andrea Dawn Armstrong

Brenda Francis

William Davidson & Jean Davidson

Karen Curcio & Kathryn Wilson

Kathleen Dawson & Harry Dawson

Charlie Cole & Lorna Cole

Thom Guilfoyle

Catherine Betts

Mark Davies

John Blackshaw

John Harding

Malcolm Crosby & Barbara Crosby

Debbie Falkner

Patrick Corcoran

Sylvia Coleshill, Jeanette Rimington, John Coleshill & Julie Coleshill

Rachel Stott

Merv Lowiss

From Mrs. Wendy Lowiss

Much loved husband dad and gran gran greatly missed never forgotten Xx

James Alwyn-Clark & Jackie Butler

From Mrs. Claire Alwyn-Clark

Scott Eastwood

From Miss Mollie Johnson

My brother Scott, lived for Christmas and making it as special as he could, even when he was living with terminal cancer. We remember him very often and would like to dedicate this for his love of Christmas

Teagan Finnemore, Margaret Brown, Owen Brown & Ray Faxon

From Mrs. Teresa Todd

To my granddaughter teagan who die on the 23/12/2008 age just 2years old we miss you every day love grandma and grandad and Maisie to my mum who die on the 23/12/14 To my dad who die one the 4/04/12 my best friend ray faxon who is like a big bro who die on the 03/09/20 I miss the all love Teresa ian maisie

Sidney Hollins, June Roberts & Joyce Hollins

From Mrs. Amy Hall

Rembering my family coming on Boxing Day every year and my Grandad falling asleep after lunch!

Gwen Wing, Bert Wing, Dorothy Edwards, Fred Edwards, Brenda Edwards, Michael Edwards & William Cunnington

From Miss Jenny Wing

Always in my thoughts, never forgotten x

Mike Mills

From Miss Jane Mills

Dear Dad,
Another year of missing you but you are always in our hearts x Always remembered with a smile x with lots of love now and always x Rita, Jane, John, Jessica, Chris, Holly, Eleanor, Poppy xxx

Desmond Whitehead & Alison Shipley Whitehead

From Mrs. Vivian Whitehead

Josh Stepniewska & Christine Richards

From Miss Louisa Stepniewska

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.

Susan Limb

From Mrs. Patricia Johnson

A dear friend….sadly missed.

Lisa Tear & Maureen Jeckells

From Mr. Magnus Tear

To Lisa and Maureen from all of your family, we miss you every minute of every single day. We will love you today and every day and for eternity that will never change. We are all carrying on with our lives but you are both missing and the truth is it really hurts. But, carry on we will, and make you proud as this is what you both would want.
So "Happy Xmas" and love to you all.
Magnus, Kieran and Haydn.

Andrea Dawn Armstrong

From Miss Steph Armstrong

As another Christmas without Mum gets closer, we hold on to & cherish the memories we will keep forever in our hearts. Mum is in our thoughts everyday & on occasion that passes without her. The world became a different place without her. Forever in our hearts mum, miss you more then words could ever say.

I am supporting the light up your life campaign to support St Barnabas Hospice for the end of life care, support & dignity mum was able to receive & at the hospice. It gives me comfort to know mum was able to pass away peacefully in comfort & care of the nurses at the hospice.

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

William Davidson & Jean Davidson

From Mrs Nicki Higgins

To Grandma and Grandad,

For your first Christmas reunited, we miss you both everyday.

With all my love,
Nicki and Chris xxxx

Karen Curcio & Kathryn Wilson

From Mr. Adriano Curcio

Kathleen Dawson & Harry Dawson

From Miss Hannah Dawson

Thinking of you both as Christmas draws near, and of all the lovely Christmas memories we shared as a family. I planted a lilac tree in our garden this summer in your memory and can’t wait to see it flower again next year. Merry Christmas up there… gone but never forgotten. Lots of love from Hannah xxx

Charlie Cole & Lorna Cole

From Mr David Cole

Thom Guilfoyle

From Mrs Eleanor Guilfoyle

We never did much to celebrate at Christmas, treating it as any other day really. However, this will be first Christmas without you and I’m expecting it to be difficult, as it is was at the time of our anniversary and birthdays.
We shared so many special times.
Happy heavenly Christmas my darling 💕💕💕

Catherine Betts

From Mrs Amy McClung

There are no words to say how much I miss you, and especially at this time of year on our first Christmas without you. You always made Christmas so magical for us growing up and I’m trying to do the same for the girls, after all I was taught by the best, but without you every day is tinted with a little grey

Merry Christmas mum, I love you xxxx

Mark Davies

From Mrs. Anne-marie Palmer

Papachief,
The last time I saw you was on Christmas Day 2018. I think about you everyday and if I’d only known that was the last time, I would of squeezed you harder. You’ll always be in my heart and when the Robbin comes for a visit I often smile. I love you so much, this lights for you.
Yours always Kidchief xxxxx

John Blackshaw

From Ms. Rachel Poole

You were and still are and always will be the centre of my universe, my soul mate. I miss you every day and your Bah Humbug at Christmas xx

John Harding

From Mrs. June Harding

Always called Christmas 'Humbug' but so enjoyed the season, families getting together and seeing the joy of watching others opening presents.

Malcolm Crosby & Barbara Crosby

From Mrs Jackie Dwane

Miss you both every day xxx

Debbie Falkner

From Mr. John Bricknell

Happy Christmas Mum! Shine bright we love and miss you eternally. Love John, Amy and boys xxxx

Patrick Corcoran

From Miss Janet Corcoran

Miss you Daddy xxx

Sylvia Coleshill, Jeanette Rimington, John Coleshill & Julie Coleshill

From Mrs. Sharon Smith

Missing you again on another Christmas. Will be thinking of you all at this special time as I do every day xx

Rachel Stott

From Miss Molly Lound

Spending quality time during the Christmas period. Laughing and smiling.
Always thought about and loved dearly xx

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