Sue Broomfield, Ted Broomfield & Nick Broomfield

Maureen Magill

Ernie Wright, Vera and Rose Harper and Wright & Owen Turner

Benjamin (Ben) Divers

Tony Fuller

Geoff Smith

Emma Louise Jennings & Matilda (Tilly) Jennings

Sylvia Morrell

Ron RICHARDSON

CAROLYN Laskey

Pat Peckham & Joan Peckham

Bill Gelsthorpe, Norman Hagen & Hilda Hagen

Graham Brocklebank, Romah and William Kerrison, Karen Abbey & Robert Rampley

Barbara Gissing

Graham Clarke

Janet Robinson

Kim Shucksmith

Denise Fenn

Patricia Weaver, Colin Weaver, Kathleen Wilmore, Zoe and Cyril Weaver, Michael Wright, Oliver Wright & Joanne Pycroft

Mary Evans

Rachael Howat

Dennis Hannah & janice

Glyn Hind

Brenda Cawdron & Mick Bean

Bas Cartner

Barry Wheatcroft

Chris Watt

James William Bean

Sue Broomfield, Ted Broomfield & Nick Broomfield

From Mrs Rachael Isaac-Pascoe

Dearest Sue, every year we have gone to the Christmas Tree at Lincoln Cathedral to light candles, first for Ted, then for Ted and Nick, now this year I will be going without you and adding your name. I am heartbroken and miss you so much, hope I am doing you proud. Love you for ever, Rachael xxx

Maureen Magill

From Miss Kerry Heaton

To my beautiful Momma Bear💞 –

I love you more than stars in the sky 💫 sand on the beach and waves in the ocean 🌊 till we are together again keep watching over me and I promise to keep doing you proud 🌈💕xxx

Ernie Wright, Vera and Rose Harper and Wright & Owen Turner

From Mrs. Jackie Brammer

Benjamin (Ben) Divers

From Mr John Divers

Ben,

Forever in our thoughts and heart, we miss you so much.

Love Dad & Lynda xxxx

Tony Fuller

From Mrs. Sage Fuller

Geoff Smith

From Mr David Smith

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

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.

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.

Ron RICHARDSON

From Mrs. Sharon Mann

Happy Christmas Daddy,
My dad is the most beautiful caring amazing person you could ever wish to meet, we love you and miss you so very much xxxxxxx ❤️

CAROLYN Laskey

From Mrs. Lauren Wood

To the brightest star in the sky. I miss you finishing your Christmas shopping in July and moaning about how ‘it’s all this for one day!’ until December 25th. I know you’re looking over us all on this special year and raising a Bacardi & Coke to the next. Lots of love, Lauren xx

Pat Peckham & Joan Peckham

From Miss Claire Hancock

Bill Gelsthorpe, Norman Hagen & Hilda Hagen

From Mrs. Sharon Gelsthorpe

Graham Brocklebank, Romah and William Kerrison, Karen Abbey & Robert Rampley

From Mrs. Zoe Rampley

Our wonderful family members, gone but not forgotten. A toast to you all this Christmas.

Barbara Gissing

From Mrs. Helen Dann

Mum loved Christmas, the tree, the lights, the food, the presents and the time spent with family. Her tree was always up as early as she thought she could get away with, even if she was coming to spend Christmas with us and wouldn't really be there to see it! On Christmas day she was the biggest kid of all and we would wrap up any amount of random things just because she loved to open presents, however daft they may be. Christmas is not the same without her.

Graham Clarke

From Miss Rebekah Gwyther

Janet Robinson

From Mr. Anthony Robinson

A truly wonderful caring person, wife, mum and nanny. Sadly missed but not forgotten. Sleep well my Angel. Txx

Kim Shucksmith

From Mrs. Carlie Bell

Almost 3 years ago we lost our Mum very suddenly and at a young age to cancer. We are so grateful to all of the staff at St. Barnabas who treated Mum with such respect and love. Sadly in the space of just a few years we have had three family members who have all needed care from the team at St Barnabas. The work they all do is just amazing and they continue to need as much help as possible to continue to provide this level of care for so many families.

Denise Fenn

From Miss Zoe Fenn

Thinking of you this Christmas, thank you for sending us our precious baby girl ~ Ada Denise ~ to help heal our broken hearts.
Watch over & protect her
You are always in our hearts & thoughts, Love You, from your loving family xxxx

Patricia Weaver, Colin Weaver, Kathleen Wilmore, Zoe and Cyril Weaver, Michael Wright, Oliver Wright & Joanne Pycroft

From Miss Catherine Baxter

Mary Evans

From Mrs Muriel Ellerington

Shining a light on your life and precious memories of you this Christmas. Xx

Rachael Howat

From Miss Gemma Howat

Remembering you Rachael now and always. Merry Christmas wherever you may be.

Love your sister Gemma xxxx

Dennis Hannah & janice

From Mrs. stephanie parker

Miss them so much
Especially this time of year
Love them always an forever xx

Glyn Hind

From Mr. Glenn Hammerton

Still remembering the good times we had together cheers mate.

Brenda Cawdron & Mick Bean

From Mrs. Sarah Castelow

Every year I have a light to in memory of my Queen, my Nan. I love you lots and miss you dearly. Also this year I lost my fabulous Uncle Mick who was always there for me and my girls. This light is for you too. Love Sarah, Scott, Lilly and Poppy xx

Bas Cartner

From Ms. Justine Hakes

Barry Wheatcroft

From Miss Harriet Fish

To GGB,

Thank you for keeping an eye on me from heaven and please look after Doodle for us. You’d be so proud of how well I’m doing at school.

‘Always in my heart’

Your best friend Oliver JBD xxx

Chris Watt

From Mrs. Esther Watt Jones

Miss you more than words can say. We love you and should have told you more x

When you left us, you did the most amazing thing. You gave life and sight to others. You were always so kind and thoughtful and this was reflected in your gift, even after you had gone. I hope the recipients are happy, healthy and are loved. Perhaps one day we will hear from them but until then, know that we are proud to call you our mum. Love you my mummy x

James William Bean

From Miss Laura Garrill

he was my best friend growing up lots of memories and he loved christmas we used to sing together and he always got me a chocolate santa xx love you little grandad xx

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