Coping with a bereavement has been made that much harder by the incredibly difficult circumstances we are now facing. Families are separated, and many people can't say goodbye to family and friends as they would wish to.
This page is dedicated to their memory, a place to share the messages of love and remembrance that you were unable to say in person.
Dad, I cannot believe you have gone, I am broken beyond words and wish I could turn back the clock. Because of Covid19 and lockdown our daily visits stopped and I never thought for one moment my last visit to Stoneleigh would be the last time we spoke to each other as had i known then what would happen on the 3rd May I would have cuddled you longer and told you over and over now much I loved you, not that I didn't tell you that. My dad, my protector, my hero and friend, I will love you forever
Mick: you were one of the nicest kindest friend that we all had the pleasure of knowing. You will always be a part of our lives and we will nevet forget you. Thank you for being a true gent and friend to us all and we will all meet up again one day . Our thoughts are with daisy john peter and lee at this sad tragic time and collectively as a family we send all our love. Rest in peace mick x
You was such a lovely lady, who I had great respect for and got to know really well over 12 years, coming every Tuesday morning to do your housework. You are in my thoughts constantly lots of love Ann xxx
My heartfelt condolences to my cousins, Jo and Dave and family. Across the miles in thought, our strength will be in our shared memories of my beloved aunt. Her zest for nature, birding, Scottish dancing and sciences were our shared interests. When a bird sings it's song she will be remembered with fondness. I will light a candle on May 4th @ 11:00 a.m.
My darling Margaret, you were my best friend, my one and only love and now you are gone, my heart is breaking but I shall always remember the love and fun we had together for the rest of my life. I Do Miss You So.
Mum, you will be very sadly missed. You were my bestfriend, my soul mate, my rock. Thank you for being my mum it was a absolute privilege too have you as our mum. 💏 it's not goodbye but farewell until we meet again. Poppy & daisy, pickles sent you a lick. Love you very very much.
Love Michelle. Xxxxxxx
I was very sorry to learn that Edna passed away last Saturday. I met Edna at Crawley Scottish country dance class where I started dancing in 1977. She (and Peter) were experienced dancers and were very good at helping and encouraging new dancers. I fondly remember sharing Edna and Peter's company at dances and SCD holidays. They were both founder members of Crawley SCDC and worked very hard for the club over the years. My sympathy goes to Jo, Ian and their families at this very sad time.
Mike-I look away for a minute and you change all expectations-I don’t know where you’ve gone but a few weeks ago I thought we’d be making the trip together- typical! You jumped the gun again-I’ll miss you, but I’ll see you soon.
It's so hard to put into words how much you mean to me. You are my everything, and my rock. I want to honor you the best way I can. You are the reason I am able to get out of bed. Your memory will live on forever. I love you very much. Can't wait to physically see you!
In the hearts of those she touched, for nothing loved is ever lost and she was loved so much. Take strength in your faith and know He is there to comfort you in the coming months. So much love to a wonderful family. ♥️