Starting a fund in memory of someone special is a simple, meaningful way to remember your loved one. It’s a place to come together with family and friends by donating or fundraising in honour of your loved ones' life and by sharing photos and memories. There are many ways to personalise your fund and make it feel truly special. You can post regular updates on all the amazing fundraising that’s being held for your fund and choose a unique website address for your page.
Another way to donate in honour of someone special is to leave a gift in your will. You can find out more about this here.
Linda loved and lived for her family, she was a huge presence in so many lives, and many people (there weren't enough chairs) had a tale to tell about her during the celebration of her life. She laughed, often at herself, and was a presence in any room; and boy did she know her mind! She was a strong, courageous woman who achieved so much in her life which was far too short.
More than all that, she was, and is, loved tremendously. Her death leaves a hole in so many lives, yet we are all so g
19 Aug 1951 - 19 Sep 2019
On the 16th January we lost our darling Mum/Liz. Adored wife to Paul, Mum and best friend to Sarah and Emma, Granny Liz to her darling grandsons Harry and Oscar, Mother in law to Toby and Dom and wonderful friend to many.
She will be missed by everyone whose life she touched but know that she will always be with us. She will be remembered as a warm, kind, vivacious and beautiful soul who was always the life and soul of the party. Full of enthusiasm for life and love for her family who adore
10 Nov 1947 - 16 Jan 2020
Cherished daughter and sister, wonderful wife and mother and dear friend to so many. Amazing speech therapist who supported so many children and families in her career dedicated to helping others.
17 Jul 1972 - 24 Jun 2016
Nicky was bright and witty - a shining light that everybody was drawn to. She is so very loved and missed by her husband, her children, her Mum & Dad, her sister and so many friends, relatives and people lucky enough to have known her.
06 Apr 1971 - 29 Apr 2018
"Fiona was my big sister. Being born 3 years before me, Fiona was ever present in my life. Times were hard when we were young, and, living in a small bungalow, meant sharing a bedroom for much of our childhood. But, despite living under the same roof for over 30 years, whether in the family home, or latterly at her place, I must admit, I didn't know her as well, as perhaps, I would have wished. Fiona was always an intensely private person, not given to sharing her inner most thoughts and feeling
10 Aug 1963 - 01 Nov 2018
Lisa was 40 when she died. She was a Consultant in A&E, a Mother, Daughter, Sister to Jenni and I, and a Wife to Simon. She was everyone’s friend. Reading the eulogies again, I’m still in awe of what she did, the impact she had on people, and her continuing love and devotion to her family and friends to the end.
Despite being a highly trained doctor she still didn’t recognise the signs of ovarian cancer. She thought that maybe she was pregnant or stressed with a newborn. Sadly, this wasn’t true
03 May 1972 - 02 Oct 2012
Every day since Sue died takes me further away from happiness. She was the most selfless, generous loving partner and friend anyone could hope for. Stoical in the face of certain defeat she nevertheless kept all these qualities till the very end. I still love her and will miss her every day I wake.
30 Sep 1955 - 01 Feb 2019