Pam Sherry

Brian Nelson

Patrick Corcoran

Ethel Ward

Kerry Clifton

Brian Nelson

Mollie Webber & Lewis Webber

Jane Cleary

Keith Clarke

Sandra Auckland

Gil Purvis & Hannah Vines

Yvonne Irving & Martin Hay

Don Baston

Angelo Stewart & Meagan Stewart

PATRICIA BROWN

Richard Rodgers

Jean Bryan

Irene Hanson

Samuel Clark & Jackie Clark

Kathleen Monksfield

Patricia Clark

Anthony Reynolds

Stuart Knight

Georgina Thompson

Stella Hopkins

Norma Camamile

Roger Hensman

Charlie Bakhtiary

Pam Sherry

From Mrs Dawn Shilcock

Remembering Pam, a much-loved and much-missed wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandma, sister and aunt

Brian Nelson

From Mr. Matthew Nelson

Patrick Corcoran

From Miss Janet Corcoran

Miss you Daddy xxx

Ethel Ward

From Mrs. Kirste Tuplin

How i would love to have had more christmas's with you

Kerry Clifton

From Mr Darren Clifton

Remembering my beautiful wife and best friend, Kerry.

The best Mum to Sam and Alex.

Never forgotten, spoken of daily and always beside us. Love you xxx

Brian Nelson

From Mr Matthew Nelson

Mollie Webber & Lewis Webber

From Miss Minnie Haigh

To my lovely Gran and Granfer, Miss you everyday, my light shines brightly for you both. The robins have been visiting, so i know you are near. Biggest love, Minnie xxx

Jane Cleary

From Mrs. Heather Cleary

Always in our hearts.

Keith Clarke

From Mrs. Anne Clarke

Keith you were my light of my life xx

Sandra Auckland

From Mrs Karen Smith

My beautiful Mum, shining bright always not just at Christmas. Loved Always. Missed Forever xxx

Gil Purvis & Hannah Vines

From Mrs Karen Bee

Happy Heavenly Christmas Dad, loved always Mum, Gary and Karen. xxxxx

Miss you so much Polly, hope you’re shining bright up there xxxxx

Yvonne Irving & Martin Hay

From Miss Emily Hay

Remembering my wonderful Grandma and lovely Grandad. My Grandma who would drink Baileys glass after glass and then say “is Baileys non-alcoholic?” And my Grandad who would always crack open a bottle of wine the minute we stepped through the door. Merry Christmas my Angels x

Don Baston

From Mrs. Jodie Baston

Christmas was his favourite time of year; it's not the same without his practical jokes, dancing Christmas hats or wicked sense of humour. Loved dearly x

Angelo Stewart & Meagan Stewart

From Mrs. Kerry Truelove

My fun loving Auntie and uncle that have been missed for so long but loved for longer! Xxx

PATRICIA BROWN

From Miss Karen Mutengo-Brown

My first Christmas without you Mum. I do know though that you are still with me in your own way. We will always be together. Be at peace until we see each other again. Love, your little girl xxx

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

Jean Bryan

From Mr Peter Bryan

Irene Hanson

From Mrs. Julie Rolinson

Happy Christmas Mum, you are very much missed this and every year.

Love Julie,Stu and Josh
XXX

Samuel Clark & Jackie Clark

From Mr Craig Clark

Thinking of you both at Christmas & always. Forever in our hearts xxx

Kathleen Monksfield

From Mrs Christina Gilbert

The best Mum I could ever have wished for.

Patricia Clark

From Dr. John Clark

Anthony Reynolds

From Mrs Valerie Reynolds

Christmas time was our family time, we all miss you so much..xxxxx

Stuart Knight

From Mr. Alistair White

Stuart, you are greatly missed every day, but your memories are strong and cherished, love always Alistair x

Georgina Thompson

From Mrs Michelle McKinnon

With almost a year passing since you left us. Loved and thought of every single day. Miss you so much mum. Life just isn’t the same without you. Your forever heartbroken daughter Michelle, son in law Al and adoring grandchildren Rory and Lottie xxxxx

Stella Hopkins

From Mr Morgan Christian

Missed dearly.

Norma Camamile

From Miss Rose Moore

Grannie was an incredibly special person who meant the world to us and we miss her dearly x

Roger Hensman

From Mrs. Audrey Hensman

The relationship between Roger and his Hospice at Home nurses epitomises the Christmas message of love and hope through the birth of Jesus. Roger's faith sustained him and, I believe, all who helped with his care that enabled him to be at home till the end.

Charlie Bakhtiary

From Miss Megan Ford

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