Tony & Anne Judge

Richard Rodgers

Lyn Alcock

Jenny Heathcote, Brian Pestell & Anne Ashworth

Bill Connor

Pat Touze

Becky Parry

Chris Watt

Margaret Kenney

Michael Crampton & Sheila Crampton

Ruth Roberts

Claudine Morley

Glyn Hind

Josephine Penford

Phil Brown

Martin Rose

Anita Clark

Pamela Stimpson, Tony Robinson, Christine Rouston, Paul Robinson & Stephen Stimpson

Peggy Hollands

Stella Hopkins

David Graham Barker

Jacquie Mann

Paul Guest

Doreen Groves & John Groves

Frank BULL

Katrina Lee

Charles & Margaret Hoskins

Michael Topley & Jill Topley

Tony & Anne Judge

From Mr. Jim Judge

Remembering all the Christmas's we had with you.

Richard Rodgers

From Mrs. Angela Gray

Treasured memories of a lovely dad , blessed to have had you for so much of my life. Miss you so much . A kind soul and true gentleman. All our love dad Angie and Pete xx

Lyn Alcock

From Mr. Gary Alcock

Lyn and I didn't meet until our mid-40s and it turned out we had less than 8 years together, 4 of which were in the shadow of cancer until she passed away in November 2016. But in those 8 years she made me the happiest man in the world. We were married in 2011, just over a year before her diagnosis after which we still made the most of the time we had remaining. She never complained, never sought pity and a lot of people didn't even realise her situation until the last months when she had to give up work. The St Barnabus Hospice At Home team were the greatest source of help and support in that final period, and the day centre were too before and, for me, after that. I'll never be able to thank them enough.

Jenny Heathcote, Brian Pestell & Anne Ashworth

From Mrs. Julie Heathcote

I love and miss you all. I think of you every day. x

Bill Connor

From Miss Jayne Barr

Pat Touze

From Miss Nicola Touze

Dad, another Christmas and miss you as much as the others, shine bright up there.
Love you always Nikki xx

Becky Parry

From Mr Rob Chapman

Missing you this Xmas
As we look up to the stars
And see the brightest one
We know it’s where you are looking down on us xx

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

Margaret Kenney

From Ms Helen Griggs

Our first year without you at Christmas. It will feel very strange. We miss you Mum/Grandma, Helen & Alice xxx

Michael Crampton & Sheila Crampton

From Mrs. Leah Crampton

Especially remembering you both at your favourite time of year. xxx

Ruth Roberts

From Mr. John Tapley

Remembering the happy times and all the love you gave.

Claudine Morley

From Mrs. Kate Aspin

In memory of Mum, 25 years on, I remember you sitting in your fluffy 'click-clack' slippers watching us open our presents, from our pillowcases, then on to a breakfast of ham and eggs… passing those traditions on to the grandchildren, you never got to meet … and thanks to the care at St B, never forgotten always loved. XXX

Glyn Hind

From Miss Katie Hind

Dad was cared for by St Barnabas inpatient unit for just over 3 weeks this year and they did a fabulous job to make dad comfortable and pain free as per his wishes. Also doing all they could to involve us during the pandemic. Dad lived in Lincoln all his life and memories with him will always be in our heart. Lighting a light for him will light up the memories we have of him, especially being the first Christmas period without him.

Josephine Penford

From Mr. Jack Penford

Still loved and missed by all the family, especially at Christmas time.

Phil Brown

From Mrs Kelly Woodthorpe

Miss you Bro, Keep shining bright xx

Martin Rose

From Ms. Val Rose

Shine on, Martin
Love always xxx

Anita Clark

From Miss Annette Mountcastle

Remembering my bestest friend at Christmas time, I miss the laughter, your smile, the bond we shared that can never be broken, always in my heart and thoughts
Annette
XXX

Pamela Stimpson, Tony Robinson, Christine Rouston, Paul Robinson & Stephen Stimpson

From Mrs. Suzanne Robinson

Happy Christmas to you all we miss you so so much gone but never forgotten you are always in our thoughts and hearts xxxxxxxx

Peggy Hollands

From Miss Daisy Allen

My grandma collected on behalf of St Barnabas for many years prior to her sad passing. I spent the majority of my Christmas’s with her, sharing the festive day which normally ended with some games of scrabble, of course, she always won! In honour of all the work she did to help St Barnabas, I want to carry on her legacy by supporting this charity which was very close to her heart.

Stella Hopkins

From Mr Morgan Christian

Missed dearly.

David Graham Barker

From Mrs Daryl e Barker

David you left us on Christmas day 2022, our hearts are broken, this light will shine on in our hearts , your daughter Daniella sends you a gift of your first grandchild born 27.10.2023 Lily Mae , miss you, shine bright for us , love you xxx

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.

Paul Guest

From Miss Emily Guest

Christmas was always our favourite time of the year. I will be holding on to all the memories of buying the trees, decorating the house, and dancing in the kitchen to Christmas songs whilst cooking the Christmas lunch. Love you and miss you everyday. x

Doreen Groves & John Groves

From Miss Sandra Groves

Miss you both so much every year. Celebrate Christmas with the angels
I shall raise a glass to you both
Loved and missed as always.
Sandra xxx

Frank BULL

From Mrs. ANGELA BULL

You are the love of my life, my soulmate. Always laughing, dancing and clicking your fingers as you danced. My darling Frankie. My life, my love, my everything. With love from your Angie, Ann-Marie, Richard, David and grandchildren Violet, Eve, Theia and Elias. We all miss you so very much. Until we meet again xxxx

Katrina Lee

From Miss Harriet Lee

Missing you lots but remembering happy times opening my Christmas Stocking

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

Michael Topley & Jill Topley

From Mr. John Topley

Mum and Dad, sadly missed at Christmas time and always.

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