Eddie Muggleton

Edward Butler & Sue Brown

Sean Swanston

Tony & Anne Judge

John Dring

Eva Maxwell

Cliff Leetch

Craig Fowler

Daniel Matthews

Jo Hadley

Allan Manning

Paul Seabrook & Lynda Seabrook

Steve Devereux

Lewis Smith

Sheila Lord

Olive Cannon

Robert Price

Lyn Alcock

Harold Rigden

Alison Breese

Helen Cichowski & Anselm Cichowski

William Davidson & Jean Davidson

Ken Cook

Sidney Lucas, Grace Lucas & Janet Lucas

Doris Burrell & Joe Burrell

Georgina Thompson

Jayne Fellows

Colin Westwood

Eddie Muggleton

From Mrs. Kara Moore

Dad, always in our hearts and still so missed. Thank you for all the comfort that you give us by knowing you are still watching over us all.
Love Kara, Lisa, India and Taylor. XXXXXX

Edward Butler & Sue Brown

From Mrs. Sally Green

Dad -Taken far too soon. Gone but not forgotten. Miss and love you always x
Sue – your girls are doing you proud. Miss our chats, you kept me strong. Big hugs my angel x

Sean Swanston

From Miss Abbie Swanston

My dad was always my biggest supporter, now he's my brightest star in the sky

Tony & Anne Judge

From Mr. Jim Judge

Remembering all the Christmas's we had with you.

John Dring

From Mr Ryan Dring

Eva Maxwell

From Ms. Paula Maxwell

We losted Grandma Maxwell in 1989 but we still miss her.
Paula x

Cliff Leetch

From Mrs Marian Leetch

Craig Fowler

From Mr. Beck Fowler

Dear Dad
So wish you could be here with us for this first special Christmas with your Grandson Baxter. He wants to say ‘Happy Christmas Grandad I love you’
As do I. Miss you always. Becky xxx

Daniel Matthews

From Mrs. Carly Brocklesby

First Christmas without you Dad but you will be forever in my heart. I think about you and talk about you every single day, you are missed more than words can describe. Love you so much xxx

Jo Hadley

From Mr. Tim Hadley

Jo, cared for by St Barnabas and Dr Bob in a very caring atmosphere

Allan Manning

From Mrs Debbie Frost

My wonderful dad, not a day goes by I don’t think of you. Sadly robbed of life age 69. I have such fond memories of you, your dry sense of humour. Your advice and always willing to help me. Harry & Alfie miss you tons as does Colin. 381Dad

Paul Seabrook & Lynda Seabrook

From Miss Sharon Seabrook

To Mum and Dad

Merry Christmas
Miss you more than words can say
Love you millions

Big hugs and lots of kisses
Sharon xxxx

Steve Devereux

From Miss Natalie Poole

Uncle Steve, we will all miss you this Christmas. Thinking of you and sending love. Always in our hearts, Wendy, Garry, Sophie, Natalie, William and family xxx

Lewis Smith

From Mrs. Kelly Healy

My wonderful Uncle Lew. Not a day goes by I don't miss his voice, wish he could tell me a joke, wish we could have a cuppa or a Sunday night telephone call. He truly was one of my favourites and I know I was his. Miss him dearly x

Sheila Lord

From Mr. simon palmer

Mom, although this will be our first xmas apart we know your are now safe in Gods hands. Our memories of you at this time of year will make us all smile, and you are only ever a though and a prayer away from us all. We all miss you dearly, love you forever Mom. Denise, Simon, Sam, Eloise, Chloe, Hollie, Darrell, Lyndsey, Lucy and Olivia xxxxx

Olive Cannon

From Mr. Edward Cannon

Robert Price

From Mr Andrew Price

In loving memory of dad. Love Andrew and David

Lyn Alcock

From Mr. Gary Alcock

Lyn and I didn't meet until our mid-40s and it turned out we had less than 8 years together, 4 of which were in the shadow of cancer until she passed away in November 2016. But in those 8 years she made me the happiest man in the world. We were married in 2011, just over a year before her diagnosis after which we still made the most of the time we had remaining. She never complained, never sought pity and a lot of people didn't even realise her situation until the last months when she had to give up work. The St Barnabus Hospice At Home team were the greatest source of help and support in that final period, and the day centre were too before and, for me, after that. I'll never be able to thank them enough.

Harold Rigden

From Mrs. Christine Reeve

Remembering my dad, who loved Christmas and lef5 us far too soon

Alison Breese

From Mrs. Kathleen McDonough

In memory of Alison Breese, who lit up everyone’s lives with her personality and caring for others , sorely missed xx

Helen Cichowski & Anselm Cichowski

From Mr. Steve Tyler

In memory of my beloved Granny and Grandad, who benefited from and truly appreciated St Barnabas. Thank you both for lighting up my life. I love you both.

William Davidson & Jean Davidson

From Mrs Nicki Higgins

To Grandma and Grandad,

For your first Christmas reunited, we miss you both everyday.

With all my love,
Nicki and Chris xxxx

Ken Cook

From Ms Michaela McGorty

It has been 2 years dad and I miss you every day.

Sidney Lucas, Grace Lucas & Janet Lucas

From Mr. Stephen Lucas

Doris Burrell & Joe Burrell

From Mrs. Susan Brown

Both lost to cancer and missed every day, but especially at Christmas

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.

Jayne Fellows

From Mrs. Zara Seaman

We all miss you dearly mum, wife and grandma.
You was our, still are the light in the family.
You always put a smile on our faces.
We are remembering that fun times we had with you.
We love you so so much!
We know you are always with us xxxx

Colin Westwood

From Mrs. Sarah Poucher

Love you Dad, miss you everyday especially this time of year xxxx

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