Margaret Taylor

Philly Dillon & Jim Andrew

Mick Bray

Andy Whiteley, Frank Bee & Michael Green

Emelia Wright

Richard Coldicott, Colin Brayshay & Dr Fiona Bradley of Trinity College Dublin

Jenny Heathcote, Anne Ashworth, Audrey Pestell & Brian Pestell

Mick Nixon

Pat Peckham & Joan Peckham

Lisa Tear

Glyn Hind & Nev Hind

Colin Pitchforth

Roy Bilton

Irene Benton & Patrick Greenwood

Mack Sennett

Lyn Alcock

Judith Pounder

Doreen Groves & John Groves

Amber Green

Michael Townsend & Irene Townsend

GRAHAM HILLIER

Roger Hensman

Eileen and Bernard Minogue

Jeanette Aitken

Terry Cardy & Jeanne Cardy

Doreen Henbest & Pamela Johnson

Catherine Betts

Ron Parrish

Margaret Taylor

From Mrs. Freya Dagnall

Our first Christmas without our beloved Grandma, the matriarch of our family! Last Christmas she knitted hats for the entire family, a final present we will all cherish.
We love you and miss you so incredibly much, but take comfort you are reunited with Grandad Robin. Love from us all, the Taylor’s xxxx

Philly Dillon & Jim Andrew

From Mrs Hilary Andrew

Always in my thoughts. Love forever

Mick Bray

From Miss Samantha Bray

We miss you so much xxx

Andy Whiteley, Frank Bee & Michael Green

From Mrs. Pearl Green

Thinkink of you all, even more so at Christmas time. You are dearly missed and never forgotten! All our love xxxxx

Emelia Wright

From Mrs. June Gauke

In memory of our beautiful, talented granddaughter, Emelia, who we miss so much. Grandma and Grandpa

Richard Coldicott, Colin Brayshay & Dr Fiona Bradley of Trinity College Dublin

From Mrs. Nicola Coldicott

Time passes but the inspiration, love and memories remain. I love and miss you so much.
Love always Nicky xoxo

Jenny Heathcote, Anne Ashworth, Audrey Pestell & Brian Pestell

From Mrs Julie Heathcote

I love and miss you all. You are all still in my heart and thoughts.

Mick Nixon

From Mrs. Julie Truepenny

Dad we miss you more than words can say, we remember you every single day.
This is our first Christmas without you and we know you loved a 'bit of a do'.
On Christmas day we will raise a glass for you and remember all the good times we had. Love you xxx

Pat Peckham & Joan Peckham

From Miss Claire Hancock

Lisa Tear

From Mr. Magnus Tear

Lisa was diagnosed with terminal Melanoma in 2020 and when the time came was cared for, as she had wished, by the wonderful " Angels" that work at the St Barnabas Hospice in Lincoln. I can say without a moments hesitation that from the second we arrived at the Hospice the care and attention that was shown to Lisa and all our family was simply unbelievable in every way. We will always be thankful for those last few days that made a heart breaking time a little more bearable for us all. I am not a particularly religious person but i say "God bless each and everyone of you". Thank you and Happy Christmas to you all.

Glyn Hind & Nev Hind

From Miss Katie Hind

I have supported St Barnabas every year since dad passed and will continue to do so. Always in my heart along with all the memories made ❤️

Colin Pitchforth

From Mrs. Mary Pitchforth

You are always in my thoughts.
I miss you so much. Life is so empty without you.My love always
love
Mary

Roy Bilton

From Mrs. Emma Willey

Missing my wonderful mischievous dad this Christmas

Irene Benton & Patrick Greenwood

From Miss Ellie Greenwood

Merry Christmas.
All my love
Ellie xx

Mack Sennett

From Mrs Lisa Rogers

Dad
We lost you at Christmas last year. Can’t think of a better way to honour your life and Thank you for the loving husband and Dad you have been. Your light and your fighting spirit lives on in all of us. We Love and Miss you everyday but I know we will feel your spirit around us at Christmastime.

Love from your ever loving a family, wife Patricia, Children Mark,Tracy & Colin, Lisa.
Grandchildren Caleb and Ethan xxxxxx

Lyn Alcock

From Mr. Gary Alcock

In memory of a beloved wife who was taken far too young

Judith Pounder

From Miss Julia Pounder

In memory of my mother.

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

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

Michael Townsend & Irene Townsend

From Miss Emma Townsend

Love and Miss you both so much xxx Thank you to St Barnabas for the care you both received in the final days of your lives xxx ❤️❤️❤️

GRAHAM HILLIER

From Mrs. C Hillier

With all our love, always xxx.

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.

Eileen and Bernard Minogue

From Mrs. Ann Rowlett

Jeanette Aitken

From Mrs. Geralin Schubach

Terry Cardy & Jeanne Cardy

From Mrs. Jane Bridgwater

Remembering you both this Christmas. Xxx

Doreen Henbest & Pamela Johnson

From Mr. Douglas German

Doreen, my little sister such a bright and refreshing person.

Pamela, my sister with a lovely smile.

Catherine Betts

From Mrs Amy McClung

There are no words to say how much I miss you, and especially at this time of year on our first Christmas without you. You always made Christmas so magical for us growing up and I’m trying to do the same for the girls, after all I was taught by the best, but without you every day is tinted with a little grey

Merry Christmas mum, I love you xxxx

Ron Parrish

From Miss Jennifer Parrish

We miss you more each day.
Love you loads.

Jen, Abbie and Jess xxx

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