Paul Cantrell

Barbara Joy Dennis

Sylvia Coleshill, Jeanette Rimington, John Coleshill & Julie Coleshill

Brenda Malcolmson & Arthur Clack

Hannah Vines

Bob Allum

Eva Maxwell

Marguerite Cole

Judith Ann Pounder

Eleanor Hartnell

Jayne Lilley

Clifford Bell

Ian McGregor, Margaret McGregor, Mary Flynn & Bridget Barrett

Bryan Norris & Liam Johnson

Chris Whitehead

ROBERT GEORGE EGGLETON

Darren Arnold, Carl Roberts, Susan Mccauley & Desmond Mccauley

Joanne Bunn

Craig Fowler

Janet Dubber

Ian Fisk & Sam Halpenny

Roger Smith

Hazel Cottingham & Tony Cottingham

Kevin Thurlow

Carl Flatters

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Joyce Purdie

Mick Bray

Paul Cantrell

From Miss Rebecca Cantrell

He was always so kind and calm and passed away last November at St.Barnabas Hospice. I loved him so dearly, we wrote to each other regularly, he is greatly missed by myself and his grandson Ethan.

Barbara Joy Dennis

From Miss Nicola Dennis

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

Brenda Malcolmson & Arthur Clack

From Mrs Kerry Druce

Sending heavenly Christmas wishes to you Mum and Arthur xxx
Together again at peace and pain free xx
Our first Christmas without you, we all miss and love you both always and forever xx
Keep watching over us all xxx

Hannah Vines

From Mr Shaun Clifford

My Lovely Little Lady Hannah. I love you so much and miss you every day. Your love passion and care is unrivalled.

Love You To The Moon and Back xxxxxxx

Bob Allum

From Mrs. Philippa Gennery

The best Dad in the world. We miss you so much and th8nk of you every day.
Love you to the moon and back xxx

Eva Maxwell

From Ms. Paula Maxwell

We losted Grandma Maxwell in 1989 but we still miss her.
Paula x

Marguerite Cole

From Miss Fiona Miller

It’s about this time of year when you’d be enjoying a cherry brandy or two!
It may have been many years but I still miss you Granny
Love Fi xx

Judith Ann Pounder

From Dr. Colin Pounder

My wonderful wife of sixty years.

Eleanor Hartnell

From Mrs. Louise Cotton

We always knew losing you would be heartbreaking but never imagined such emptiness and we miss you so much. So many memories and I miss our chats, company and sense of humour. A candle is constantly burning for you and always in be in our hearts. I hope one day we can meet again but until then say hi to Grandad/Dad, David, Auntie Margaret and all the animals. Love you always, Louise, Carol, Scott, Sam, Mike, Jack and Richard xxx

Jayne Lilley

From Mr Jed Lilley

In memory of our incredible Nana/Nana-in-law who we so so dearly miss❤️ Chinese takeaways will never be the same without you Nana Jayne❤️ We love you forever and think of you always❤️

Clifford Bell

From Mrs Pauline Bell

To a much loved husband,Dad & Grandad,forever in our hearts.xx

Ian McGregor, Margaret McGregor, Mary Flynn & Bridget Barrett

From Mrs. Moira Scarborough

We are remembering my Grandad. An amazing trombone player in his day as well as a terrifically talented joiner. My Grandad was like a built in best friend. So funny, his smile and laugh just lit up the entire room. And I would always feel safe and secure whenever he was near, he just had a calming presence. He always reassured you that you would be fine and give you a big squeeze and you would instantly feel better. My grandad was so determined, this showed when he had a stroke when I was younger and he had to learn how to read, write and speak again and he did. He passed away two years ago now from falling on a rainy day and after all he had achieved recovering from those traumas, it left such a hole in our lives for him to be suddenly taken when he was so healthy. Our lives are definitely different without him as he was such a light and a joy. Everyone who met him says the same, he was just a force of nature. The best husband, father and grandad in the world.
We are also remembering my Granny (Grandad’s wife) unfortunately she passed when I was a baby so I didn’t get much time with her, which really upsets me but when I hear all the wonderful and also funny stories about her I truly feel like I know her so well. She was so kind, so creative, also a force of nature. She was very determined, she ran a restaurant whilst taking care of her family and just had so many feathers to her cap! She had an eye for detail. I wish I could have spent years on end with her, going around antique shops which she so dearly loved. She was a treasured wife, mother and Granny.
We are also remembering my Auntie Bridget. When my granny passed away Auntie Bridget sort of took on the role of Granny duties. And to this day , I can say she truly shaped who I am. She was so kind, so delicate, always fair. Auntie Bridget loved church and keeping her rosary beads close to her (which is something I like to do now because of her), everything in her home was perfect and beautiful. Some of the best memories of my childhood are school holidays at my Auntie Bridget’s. And walking through her front door and getting a whiff of her homemade chicken soup that she was cooking. Everyone who knew her, held a special place in their hearts for Auntie Bridget and that’s a fact. We miss her everyday.

And finally we are remembering my Granny Flynn (Auntie Bridget’s sister and my Mums Granny) she too passed when I was baby so I don’t have any memories with her and I so wish I did because of the stories I hear she was such a kind and wonderful person to know. I have one picture of her holding me when I was just born, I’m asleep in her lap and she is looking down at me just like an angel and she is so very gently holding my tiny hand with the tips of her fingers, the picture is so beautiful and special because although I never knew her that picture shows how much she loved me and how many memories we would have made together , the memories would have been wonderful. My mum describes her as so elegant and very much “a lady” and she was a huge part of my mum’s growing up, almost everyday they would see her, she was like a “second mum”. It just shows how treasured she was.

Bryan Norris & Liam Johnson

From Ms. Bridget Johnson

Always thinking of you both

Chris Whitehead

From Mr. Ron Whitehead

This is a sad and happy time of year for me; as I remember your passing in Oct 2014, but also a happy time in December as it was also your birthday and we started our celebration of Christmas by attending the Carole service in the Cathedral and then celebrated Christmas with all the family.

ROBERT GEORGE EGGLETON

From Mrs. Jennifer FORMAN

11th December 1926 – 20th February 2015
For our lovely Dad and Grandad
Loved and remembered everyday, and especially at Christmas
Jennifer and Lindsay xx
Christopher & Andrew xx

Darren Arnold, Carl Roberts, Susan Mccauley & Desmond Mccauley

From Mr. Des McCauley

Goodbyes hurt the most, when the story was not finished…
You are forever missed. I promise I’ll live the life that you never got to. Love you all. X

Joanne Bunn

From Mrs. Lisa Westwick

Happy Birthday Mum,

Just a reminder that Jo is always with you and if by far the bright life to light up 🦋

Merry Christmas Jo, hope you're partying hard up there 💜

Love Shannon, Mattie, Carter, Tommy & Jax xxx

Craig Fowler

From Miss Becky Fowler

All dad used to ask for every Christmas was a “nice jumper and a nice aftershave”. Once he’d unwrapped them he’d immediately put on the jumper and spray himself all over and sit with a smile on his face.
Miss you dad x

Janet Dubber

From Mrs. Sally Perry

Remembering my beautiful mum who sadly passed away on 5.11.20.
Always in our hearts ❤
Missing you forever
Sally, Luke and Lucy xxx

Ian Fisk & Sam Halpenny

From Mrs. Amanda Fisk

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.

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

Kevin Thurlow

From Mr. James Ingamells

To Kevin,

I’ve never met you, but want to say how wonderful your daughter is. There were times I didn’t think I would make it through the year, but she has saved me in more ways than she’ll ever know and I will be forever grateful.

You should be sooooo proud of her and I know she misses you so much.

Hopefully one day I’ll get to meet you and tell you how wonderful she is, how she has turned in to a beautifully funny and kind person, always thinking about others.

James

Carl Flatters

From Miss Hannah Millington

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.
Love you always Carl xxx

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From Mrs Betty Retford

Joyce Purdie

From Mrs Alison Norfield

A wonderful lady, with a warm smile and a wicked sense of humour. Only knew her for a short time but fond memories and a lasting respect and appreciation of her as a work colleague and friend.

Mick Bray

From Miss Samantha Bray

We miss you so much xxx

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