Tony Thompson & Keith Minett

Jeannette Goodwin

Jayne Smith

Ken Pegg & May Pegg

Ally Whittaker

Annie Rennie

Lyn Sickler-Webb

Hannah Vines Clifford

Glyn Hind

Damian Hutchinson

Lucy Maria Roberts

Amber Green

Tracey Lynn & Daniel Lee White

Steve Grundy

Janet Marshall

Elizabeth (Betty) Horswood

Craig Fowler

Trish McLean & Daniel Wells

Margarete Bayliss & Reginald Bayliss

Warbie Warburton, Hannah Vines & Trevor Bee

Elliott Peto, Keith Hunter, douglas green & Jim turner

James Alwyn-Clark & Jackie Butler

Barbara Ceesay

Calvin Metcalfe

Robert Price

Kevin Thurlow

Jan Dye

Thomas Murphy, Pauline Murphy, Emma-Louise Murphy & George Hunter

Tony Thompson & Keith Minett

From Mrs sue Minett

My Dad Tony was supported by the wonderful team at St Barnabas during his last years of life. Just like the Tree of Life, Dad lit up the room wherever he was and was funny, inspiring and always positive about everything. We miss him dearly xx

Jeannette Goodwin

From Miss Eden Laughton

Jeannettes poem,

When you were with us you weren’t one for soft spoken words.
Any attempts at emotional conversation you’d effortlessly swerve.
If you were here now and you sensed this heart-pour.
You’d tell me to shush, sit down, to ‘close the door’.
We’d all sit in the lounge, all cosy and all warm.
Put a film on the TV, then talk through it all.
With a cat on your lap and the dog at your knees.
You’d pet and you’d fuss until I agreed ‘Aren’t they so pretty’.
We’d sit there for hours and put the world to rights.
Reminiscing and laughing about all the good old times.
Giggling at memories till the day turned to the dark.
Like the new haircut ‘chode’ or your day trip to the park….
Even at the end you were always true to you.
A fabulous diva, and you, through and through.
Walk past your reflection and your hair you would tease.
With your effortless style and you in your dungarees.
One thing is for certain, there’s no one quite like you.
Even treatment shakes were taken by champagne flute.

Now you are gone, and it’s time to say.
That you could bring sunshine to the darkest of day.
And although I never said it, you know what you meant to me.
My life lived with you is full of endless happy memories.
From little girls to little women, with you I have grown.
You have been there from the beginning, your home is now my home.
So I want to say Thank you, for everything you have done.
In my heart you are my family, you are an adopted Mum.
You have always been there so Goodbye is hard to say.
But I know I’ll see you again, on the other-side one day.
You’ll be holding hands with Dereck and Barbs, Molly and JellyBean too.
And I will get to tell you…. J-dog, I love you.

Jayne Smith

From Mr Roger Smith

Never gave up fighting.All ways in my heart ❤️

Ken Pegg & May Pegg

From Mrs. Sandra Wasyliw

To a special grandad and nanna, who are truly missed every day and never forgotten.
Xxxxx

Ally Whittaker

From Mrs Jeanette Holden

Keep shining over us Dad, love you forever

Nette, and family 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

Lyn Sickler-Webb

From Mrs. Liz Tebb

For our dear friend Lyn
You were an inspiration and special friend to us all. You are talked about often and remembered always with love, laughter and tears. We miss you so very much.
Big Jugs, Little Jugs 🦋♥️🦋♥️

Hannah Vines Clifford

From Mrs Trish Clifford

Missing you every day beautiful girl❤️❤️❤️💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔

Glyn Hind

From Mr. Glenn Hammerton

Remembering the good times mate x

Damian Hutchinson

From Mrs. Marie Mettam

Remembering my big brother Damian who spent some time in Saint Barnabas Hospice. Always loved, never forgotten. He lit up our lives every day and I will always miss him. Xx

Lucy Maria Roberts

From Mrs. Ruth Roberts

Always loved, never forgotten

Love Mum, Emma, Nic, Ruth, Dylan, Bethan, Max, Will, Garry and James
Xxxx

Amber Green

From Mr Stuart Green

To my beautiful Wife, Amber.

I miss you so much and will never stop loving you. You are my Wifey and will always be so.

Wishing you a very Happy Christmas – I hope you do something fantastic and fill the day with joy.

Love Stuart xxxxx

Tracey Lynn & Daniel Lee White

From Mr. David Robinson

Steve Grundy

From Mrs. Caroline Parkinson

Another light to remember your favourite time of year as always Dad We all miss you everyday love you xx

Janet Marshall

From Mr. peter marshall

In my thoughts and always in my heart, love you Jan xx

Elizabeth (Betty) Horswood

From Mr. Toke Enstone

Thinking of you at this special time of year. Our second year without you.
I miss you very much.
Happy heavenly Christmas
Love from
Toke

Craig Fowler

From Miss Becky Fowler

Miss you every year dad x
Will pull a cracker and will
wear a hat in your honour.
Baxter wishes a Happy Christmas to his grandad xxx Love you always Becky xxx

Trish McLean & Daniel Wells

From Miss Lauren Wells

Happy Christmas to my 2 angels. I miss you both lots. Happy Christmas x

Margarete Bayliss & Reginald Bayliss

From Mrs. Julianna Riley

My beloved parents,
who made me who I am and who loved unconditionally,
Never forgotten❤️

Warbie Warburton, Hannah Vines & Trevor Bee

From Mrs Joanne Sweetman

Warbie, a close and life long friend, much missed by all,
Hannah, not just a work colleague, a special lady who is a beautiful soul and very much missed
Trev, 5 years gone now, I wish things could’ve been different, remember you always

Elliott Peto, Keith Hunter, douglas green & Jim turner

From Mrs diane watson

remembered with much love

James Alwyn-Clark & Jackie Butler

From Mrs. Claire Alwyn-Clark

Barbara Ceesay

From Miss Sophy Graham

My special mum. I miss her so much! Life just isn’t the same without her xx

Calvin Metcalfe

From Mrs. Hazel Gillian Metcalfe

Broken hearted without you. Love and miss you. All my love Jill

Robert Price

From Mrs. Lisa Price

If you get a chance to look down on me, I hope you know that I am missing you.

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

Jan Dye

From Mrs Michelle Dixon

Remembering with much love this Christmas

Michelle, Simon, Isaac, Tabitha & Rowan
xxxxx

Thomas Murphy, Pauline Murphy, Emma-Louise Murphy & George Hunter

From Mrs Marie Hunter

Mum, Dad, Emmy and George. You are always in our thoughts, and forever in our hearts. Happy Heavenly Christmas, love Marie & John xxxx

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