Len Scoffin

Sally Thompson

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Trevor Wilson & Trevor Wilson

John ‘JC’ Firth, Gladys ‘May’ Firth & Auntie Edna Firth

Steve , Dad , Grandad & Grandad |

John Hall

Stephen Hill

Carol Duckett

Eric Core

Sharon May Bembridge

Ian Robert Kendrick

Len Scoffin, Molly Scoffin & Mavis Dixon

Jacqueline Mann

Corinne Tyerman

Mason |

Tracey Reeve

David John Wilson

Hilary Boone

Cliff Leetch

JACK NOTTINGHAM

Norma Millar

Grandma Jackie

Dougie Greenaway

Stephen James

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Ron & Edith Broome

Chris Watt Mum & Nana

Len Scoffin

From Mrs Debra Betts

Taken too soon Loved & Missed Every Day xx

Sally Thompson

From Mrs Jessica Skelton

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From Mr tony Maddox

Trevor Wilson & Trevor Wilson

From Mrs Janet Wilson

Dad we miss you and think of you every day

John ‘JC’ Firth, Gladys ‘May’ Firth & Auntie Edna Firth

From Mrs D Samra

In loving memory of my dear Mum, Dad & Auntie. Always in my thoughts, never forgotten.

Steve , Dad , Grandad & Grandad |

From Mrs Linda Seymour

John Hall

From Mrs Roslyn Hall

Always loved from us all

Stephen Hill

From Mrs catherine Hiley

Remembering an outstanding Husband, Dad and Grandad. A truly inspirational Family Man.

Always in our thoughts and very much missed every day.

Carol Duckett

From Dr Kate Kirk

Fancy you landing in such a wonderful place. All the love today and always xxxxx

Eric Core

From Mrs Miriam Reynolds

God saw you getting tired and so he gave you rest,
His garden must be beautiful because he only takes the best.

Loved and missed everyday, Dad
Miriam and Ty

Sharon May Bembridge

From Mr Peter Bembridge

Ian Robert Kendrick

From Mrs Carol Phillips

Loving missed each day that goes by.

Len Scoffin, Molly Scoffin & Mavis Dixon

From Mrs Debra Betts

Treasured Family Loved & Missed Every Day xxx

Jacqueline Mann

From Mrs Ayeisha Kirkham

I dedicate this feather to my mum Jacqueline Mann, who we lost in April 2020 aged only 70 from the Big C. We miss her every day. I would love to have a cup of coffee and natter with her again, and even better a hug. It's amazing how many little things I wish I could tell her.
When she was dying I asked her ' what sign will you send me from the other side' she said ' you will know'. Frustratingly I didn't for a while, but feathers…it's feathers. Whenever I ask her to tell me she's near I find a random feather. So I dedicate this to her, my mum who I will.miss forever.

Corinne Tyerman

From Mr John Tyerman

The very best partner and friend I could have wished for. Forever in my heart

Mason |

From Mrs Lisa Robinson

Tracey Reeve

From Miss Ashleigh Robinson

David John Wilson

From Mrs Ann Dixon

Fly high bro, loved and missed always, your loving sis xxx

Hilary Boone

From Mrs Hilary Boone

To Richard,
Feathers will appear when loved ones are near.
Love Hilary xxx

Cliff Leetch

From Mrs Marian Leetch

JACK NOTTINGHAM

From Mrs Bridgette Nottingham

Our darling son, missed every day, love you so very much, #ONEJACKNOTTY

Norma Millar

From Ms Julianna Russon

I have missed you through my journey of Motherhood and the transition to the next stage of life. I understand now. Hopefully you have been able to share some of it from above.

Grandma Jackie

From Mrs Rowena Harrop

We miss you every moment. You’d be so proud of Alice and Phoebe, they are very special girls. We will remember you always as a wonderful grandma with a sofa full of grandchildren. Xx

Dougie Greenaway

From Mrs Linda Greenaway

Husband and father, dearly missed.

Stephen James

From Mrs Shirley Parris

Love and miss you forever xx

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From Mr David Libiszewski

Ron & Edith Broome

From Mr Malcolm Broome

Never a day goes by without us thinking of you xx

Chris Watt Mum & Nana

From Mrs Esther Watt Jones

My mum was a kind and special lady, right up until the very end. She and our dad raised me and my sister and then later took in a number of foster children. Mum loved a quiz and was an avid reader and of course, loved spending time with her grandchildren. The loss of mum was sudden. After fighting hard for nearly two weeks, we knew it was time to let her go, but not until she did one last good deed. She became an organ donor – our mum showed kindness in life and now in death. Not only did she help at least 3 people have a better life, she left her family with the knowledge that there was a little bit of her left in this life. Something which has helped the pain sometimes feel a little less sharp. We are so very proud of her! I love you and miss you every day, my mummy x

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