Margaret Clapham

Donna LINFORD

Jan Dye

Sarah Chapman

Val and Ken Ward

John Reilly & Mary Reilly

Jeannette Goodwin

Carol Blow

Joe GRAY

Stephen Dye

Stuart Curtis

Ron+Dad+Grandad Ron Filmer

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

william Arthur Barrie Hadfield

Sandra Auckland

Martin Rose

Derrick Stokes

Pat Eassom, John Wilson, Ursula and Stan Grundy & Ivy and john Shipman

Pat Hall & Lew Hall

Carl Franklin

Rachael Howat

Jayne Lilley

Robert Wright, Alice Wright, Robert Wright & Jack Wright

Pete Gibson

Georgina Thompson

Charlie Cole & Lorna Cole

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Lee Phillips

Margaret Clapham

From Mr CHARLES CLAPHAM

MARGARET WAS A LOVING WIFE OF 55 YEARS AND WILL ALWAYS BE MISSED BY ME, HER 3 CHILDREN, 8 GRANDCHILDREN, AND 2 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN ESPECIALLY AT CHRISTMAS WHICH SHE LOVED.

Donna LINFORD

From Mr. Charles LINFORD

Donna x

You are in our thoughts and in our hearts always.
We miss you so much.
Shine bright darling.
Love from Charlie and all the kids xx

Jan Dye

From Mrs. Michelle Dixon

Always in our hearts

Sarah Chapman

From Miss Shannon Walsh

Sarah,

I know christmas was your favourite time of year. It doesn’t get any easier without you here, we miss you so much. I wish you were still here with us but I’m glad you’re no longer in pain. Keep shining bright.

Love you always,
Shannon

Val and Ken Ward

From Mrs Claire Foster

John Reilly & Mary Reilly

From Mrs. Eileen McMorrow

Christmas was such a special time for our family because of you both – Christmas Eve traditions, huge family dinners, getting all the neighbours together on Christmas morning & Santa sacks for the grandkids. You both brought so much joy & happiness to all who met & loved you. We miss you both every hour of every day and love you with all our hearts ♥️ Love from your girls & families xxx

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.

Carol Blow

From Mr. Alfie Linnecor

Miss you and love you Gran xx love your soul mate

Joe GRAY

From Mrs. Carol Harpham

Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen,unheard, but always near, Still loved,still missed
and forever near.
Forever in my thoughts Dad xxx

Stephen Dye

From Miss Kelly Dye

Love and miss you always Grandad.
Love Mason, Jaxon & Amelia 👍🏻 xxx

Stuart Curtis

From Mr Simon Curtis

Miss you everyday
Simon and Emma

Ron+Dad+Grandad Ron Filmer

From Mrs. Alyson FILMER

In memory of a lovely dad and grandad.
With love Nigel, Allie, Harry and Hannah x x x x

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

william Arthur Barrie Hadfield

From Mrs. mary hadfield

Remembering my dear husband this Christmas as I do every day since June 2018 when he passed away. I know he would want me to say thanks once again for the tender care he received from your wonderful nurses. I will be forever grateful, thankyou.

Sandra Auckland

From Mrs. Karen smith

My beautiful Mum. Always with me.
Shine Bright Always…..love you xxx

Martin Rose

From Ms. Val Rose

Always loved, always remembered.

Derrick Stokes

From Mrs. Anne Stokes

Pat Eassom, John Wilson, Ursula and Stan Grundy & Ivy and john Shipman

From Mrs Yvonne Eassom

Pat Hall & Lew Hall

From Mrs Susan Bentley

They say that time is a great healer but as the years pass I miss you more.You were both so very dear to me . You made my heart lighter ,my life brighter. My memories will never fade but I’d give the world for just one more hug.

Carl Franklin

From Miss Lindsey Franklin

Daddy,

We miss you so much.
Every day we think of you and smile while our hearts break over and over.
Thank you for everything you were and always will be.

Much love, Lindsey and Barbara xXx

Rachael Howat

From Miss Gemma Howat

Remembering you Rachael now and always. Merry Christmas wherever you may be.

Love your sister Gemma xxxx

Jayne Lilley

From Mr Jed Lilley

In memory of our incredible Nana/Nana-in-law who we so so dearly miss❤️ Chinese takeaways will never be the same without you Nana Jayne❤️ We love you forever and think of you always❤️

Robert Wright, Alice Wright, Robert Wright & Jack Wright

From Mrs. Marguerite Buxton

Remembering, my dear Mum & Dad and my brothers too…miss you all so much xxxx

Pete Gibson

From Mrs Diane Gibson

My Pete, it's been 9 weeks now and I don't know where the days go or how I get through them. You told me I'd be OK, a strong woman you said. My heart is broken, my tears fall daily. Miss you so much and love you you to eternity. Shine bright always you were simply the best. All my love forever Di xxx

Georgina Thompson

From Mrs. Michelle McKinnon

My heart is broken Mum. I miss you so much and cannot imagine a future without you in it. You are so precious and the pivotal point of our family. It’s not fair that you had to go so soon.
We love you so much.
Your forever loving daughter,
Michelle xxxxx

Passed away at St Barnabas Hospice Saturday 17th December 2022. Forever 67. Mum, grandma, wife, mother in law, daughter, sister, friend.

Charlie Cole & Lorna Cole

From Mr. David Cole

Always remembered

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From Mr Morgan Baldrey

Lee Phillips

From Miss Katie Phillips

My daddy, the day you left my sparkle stopped shining missing you everyday not just at Christmas forever my bestie and hero love you more xoxox

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