Tracey White

Patrick McCree

Pauline Wood

Iris Dutton & Michael Dutton

Ray Fearnley

Betty Kelman & Anton Krivec

Ian Wilson

Andrea Armstrong

Melvyn Trofer

Janet Robinson

David Herbert

Leslie Charman

John Harding

Tony Brown

Chris Davies & Alan Davies

Pam Sleeman & Mel Sleeman

Grandma and Grandad Taylor

Richard Winston Millard

Ray Brown & Irene Brown

Valerie McMahon

Anne Rowell

Lesley Michels

Elsie Dean

Eleanor Oxby

Chris Hincks

Andrea Armstrong

Mary Evans

Rennie Markham & Donna Markham

Tracey White

From Mr. Trevor White

Tracey spent her last days at Lincoln Hospice and I used to get very upset when I had to leave her each day until 1 day one of the nurses saw how distressed I was when I was getting ready to go home and asked if I would want to stay the night which I jumped at the chance, they said it would have to be 2 beds pushed together in a small room for now as there were only women in the Hospice. The nurses were wonderful and some stayed after their shift to arrange it !!
I ended up staying with Tracey for the last 11 days and nights of her life and cannot thank them enough for their compassion and love they gave ❤

Patrick McCree

From Mrs. Gabriella McCree

Patrick loved his garden. He had fond memories of 'back in the day' when seeing wild flowers everywhere was the norm.

Pauline Wood

From Miss Sylvia Wood

Pauline was such a vivacious person. She was a runner and loved to be out in the country side. Enjoying nature.
Over 3 years since we lost her.I miss her everyday
XXX

Iris Dutton & Michael Dutton

From Mrs. Ruth Naylor

Dad was not just my Dad but a real gd best friend too.
Mum had a heart of gold always there when you needed help or support.

Ray Fearnley

From Mrs. Dawn Fearnley

Ray loved his garden, spending all his spare time tending to his plants, watching them established over the years. He passed away in November 2020 from a brain tumour age 57. I am trying my best to carry on his great work in the garden, and to enjoy the beauty of colour and life this time of year brings.

Betty Kelman & Anton Krivec

From Miss Ellen Kelman

Ian Wilson

From Ms. louise wilcox

Andrea Armstrong

From Miss Demi Armstrong

Forever in our hearts & not a day that goes by that your not in my thoughts… RIP Mum love Demi & your three beautiful grandson's, Vinny, Reggie & Billy x

Melvyn Trofer

From Mrs. Jill Trofer

My husband off 50 years , father off my 5 children , poppa too our grandchildren , leader off our family , loved and missed every day , loved so much x

Janet Robinson

From Mr. Anthony (Tony) Robinson

In memory of a lovely caring and brave Wife, Mum and Nanny. We all miss you.

David Herbert

From Mrs. Susan Herbert

Leslie Charman

From Mr. Thomas Woolley

John Harding

From Mrs. June Harding

There for us …. until taken away too soon. Missing you always.

Tony Brown

From Mrs. Eloise Drysdale

I’ll sit and watch this blossom in my garden and remember my Pops as always but even more so as he always wanted a wildflower garden. This will be so special to me for forever. Thanks again St Barnabas for giving us something to look at something and remember our loved ones. I’ll be forever grateful of the love and support you give to patients and there families x

Chris Davies & Alan Davies

From Mrs. Marie Pattison

Pam Sleeman & Mel Sleeman

From Miss Bev Sleeman

Mum and Dad loved gardening before they became ill. Remembering them with wild flowers is perfect. Thank you.

Grandma and Grandad Taylor

From Mrs Amelia Chambers

Grandma and Grandad loved walking. They would walk for miles and miles until both of them preferred resting in their armchairs, more than hiking. I think they must have seen hundreds of wildflower fields on their daily walks. With both of them gone, these flowers will be a beautiful reminder of them.

Richard Winston Millard

From Miss Donna Millard

My dad loved everything about the world but particularly his garden. He grew all different types of vegetables, plants, fruit trees – kiwi, asparagus, pears and peaches.

Ray Brown & Irene Brown

From Mrs. Julie Berriman

My parents loved their garden, spending time in it and tending it. They also loved nature and all things associated with it. Every time I look at these lovely flowers I will think of them.

Valerie McMahon

From Mrs. Michelle McMahon Childs

When the swifts arrive in June, they always bring back memories of my Mums last summer. They would screech and swoop around the garden, and she loved them.

Anne Rowell

From Mrs. Claire Onody

Lesley Michels

From Mr. Henk Michels

Elsie Dean

From Mrs. Tracy Dawson

In memory of my aunt. May she rest in peace. Love Tracy and family xx

Eleanor Oxby

From Miss Jessie Ann Campbell

Eleanor loved her garden and spent many hours making it looking beautiful,she loved to experiment with planting different bulbs and seeds.

Chris Hincks

From Mrs. Jo Schofield

Chris, you were an amazing brother who would brighten up a room. Really miss your sense of humour and you calling for a brew. We really miss our lion king buddy. Love you sis x

Andrea Armstrong

From Miss Stephanie Armstrong

In Memory of my mum who sadly passed in 2011. She will be forever in our hearts & thoughts always.

Mary Evans

From Mrs. Muriel Ellerington

I am sowing these seeds in memory of my lovely Mum, Mary Evans, who sadly passed away on this day (July 28th) last year. She is deeply missed. 🤍 xx

Rennie Markham & Donna Markham

From Mrs. Sarah Markham

My beloved mum and sister

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