The funeral service will be held at 2pm on Monday 26th April at Mortlake Crematorium.
As capacity is limited, attendance is by invitation only, however the service will be webcast live and details of how to access this are provided below, along with directions for those who are attending in person.
WATCH THE LIVE WEBCAST ON THE DAY
Here are details of how to access the webcast of the funeral service live, starting at 2pm on Monday 26th April:
WEBCAST VIA WESLEY:
- Click the button above to open the webcast page in a new tab
- Enter your Webcast Login details which are as follows:
- The Order ID: 91817
- Password: xvyvebjn
- Tick the box to agree to the Terms & Conditions
- Click the Login button
Once the stream has begun the video will load automatically.
Tips and troubleshooting
If you go to https://wesleymedia.co.uk/webcast now you can see an example webcast so you can test that you are able to see and hear it.
If by the designated start time the video is still not visible we advise that you periodically refresh this page (this can be achieved by pressing Ctrl and F5 together).
For any technical issues on the day, you can call the Wesley team on 01536 314 914.
HOW TO GET THERE IF ATTENDING
Kew Meadow Path
Turn into Townmead Road off the A205 Mortlake Road. At the mini-roundabout, turn right into Kew Meadow Path. Go through the gates and park in the car park on the left hand side.
The crematorium building will be in front of you, if you walk under the left archway, there is a Waiting Room on the right hand corner and loos are on the left hand side. The ladies are in the small waiting area on the left, the gents doorway is a little further along from this room.
In lieu of floral tributes we invite you to donate to Dementia UK or the Alzheimer’s Society.
Granny, Thank you for all your love and kindness, I will miss you but you will always live on in my heart. Lots of love Roman xx
Bye Bye Bernadette
I saw you in the parlour on the day that you were born – I will miss your happy laughter – but maybe not for long
You went away before when you were only three – but then you came back home – and made apple tarts for tea
Though you were just gone nine – a busily growing child your laughter and broad smile made all our lives worthwhile
So bye bye Bernadette until we meet again some place above the the earth in the eternal present tense.
Bye bye Bernadette.
Hands down Bernadette was my favourite friend’s mum ever. Always so welcoming,warm and friendly. I guarantee all of Kevin and Helen friends felt the same. After marrying Helen i realised what a truely wonderful women she was to me and her grandchildren.
Rest in peace Bernadette you will be sorely missed.
You brought so much laughter and happiness, there was never a time when you weren’t laughing or smiling when we were together. You will be missed so much but won’t ever be forgotten. xxx
Granny, Thank you for all our amazing times together, we always had so much fun spending time together. I will miss you so much but I am glad you are at peace now. Love Art x
My beautiful sister I will miss you so much but the very happy memories will be with me forever. We laughed so much and the remembering brings a big smile every time. You were so loved and brought joy everywhere you went. There are not enough words to express how much you will be missed from our lives. I will still sing a little song for you and will remember the love and joyful times. A little poem for you
If you were a song
What song would you be
Would you be the voice that sings
Would you be the music
When I am singing this song for you
You are not empty air
You are here
One breath and then another
You are here with me…….
Grandma, I am so sorry that I didn’t visit you more in the care home and in the last couple of years of your life. It was really difficult to see how the dementia had cruelly ripped you away from us and I wanted to remember you from when you were still yourself. Thank you for the happy memories in Spain, dancing with your broom to the Pogues, eating spaghetti and Viennetta and playing with the white stones in your garden for hours. Rest in peace, you will be be very sorely missed xxxxxxx
Mum had a love of sport and occasion and loved people.
Some of my earliest memories were being taken out of Primary School for a “dentist appointment” that was code for us going to Twickenham and watching the Oxford versus Cambridge rugby match.
I remember Borough Sports days and being walked to football matches by Mum; nobody had a car in those days.
Boat Race days down at Putney and trying to get Harry Carpenter’s autograph; the BBC filmed it out of Dad’s rowing club. There was always a vibrant social scene going on around sport and Mum was always in the thick of it.
As we grew into naughty teenagers, she was mischievous too and bought me cigarettes and beer with the weekly shopping which would have horrified my Dad. She knew I would get them anyway, and this normalised it a bit and I gave up smoking soon afterwards. It didn’t work for the drinking!
I would be out all over London watching punk bands and she would always offer to pick me and my mates up from the tube late at night in her green mini.
She would put on a spread on Cup Final Days at our house and all my mates were welcome. It became an annual event with all my lot. She loved the occasion and they loved her. Their parents would never do that.
We remember watching Jackie Charlton’s boys in the 1994 World Cup in Fermoy and how the whole country stood still for the football. Mum loved that.
Later on, we replicated some of the occasion in Cabo Roig in Spain with her grandchildren. They all recall Spaghetti Bolognaise, Garlic Bread and Vienetta; oh and the Pogues. She loved the Pogues.
Torrevieja market, fake football shirts and all manner of trinkets and rubbish the kids bought with the Euros she gave them.
She had a sense of fun and a love for life that rubbed off on others.
As Donna put so well “she has left a large fun sized hole in the world”.
But we are left with fantastic memories of a great Mum and someone who everyone she met loved.
Rest in peace Mum x