In loving memory of
20.02.1947 - 14.11.2022
The funeral service will be held at 2.20pm on Monday 28th November at Kingston Crematorium
Directions for those who are attending are provided below. Following the service, you are invited to join us for a reception at The Harts Boatyard, Surbiton. It would help us enormously with catering if you could click the RSVP link below.
HOW TO GET THERE
Bonner Hill Road
Kingston upon Thames
Access Bonner Hill Road from Hawks Road, Kingston. Drive right to the end of the road and turn right into Kingston Cemetery and Crematorium. Continue straight ahead, through the archway and as you approach the crematorium chapel, you will see car parking on the right hand side.
There is a waiting room to the left of the chapel, so feel welcome to wait inside.
The Harts Boatyard
The Harts Boatyard is located on the Portsmouth Road (A307) which runs between Kingston and Surbiton along the river Thames. There is a car park at the venue.
FLOWERS & DONATIONS
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Caroline was one of the most generous people I’ve known, I knew her at school but came across her some time after through the Chiswick Old Girls Society. We often ran into each other at health exhibitions, Caroline was committed to natural health like myself. I ran an animal rescue charity and Caroline would ring me up regularly to say she’d collected many lovely items for the charity to raise funds for animals in need. Caroline was passionate about animal welfare. Sadly we lost touch when I moved to Devon. Farewell dear Caroline, Rest in Peace x
I had the great pleasure of knowing Caroline for many years, she was a lovely person. I have wonderful memories of our shopping trips, often Liberty London fabric department where we would lose our sense of time looking and discussing the fabrics and what projects we would use them for, breaking off for a hot coffee and biscuits only to resume our search, happy times! Caroline was an accomplished needlewoman, she produced some beautiful embroidery work, it was much admired. She was an incredibly kind person who showed great empathy towards others. Rest peacefully Caroline. I hope we meet again one day. Love Daphne.
To a wonderful caring blessed soul who l and many other people had the privilege to have known Caroline and l was very lucky to have meet her wonderful daughters who l know will carry on all the beautiful memories she gave them both and share them with the world as Caroline did god rest her soul