The funeral service will be held at 12.40pm on Thursday 18th November at Mortlake Crematorium
Directions for those who are attending are provided below. Black funeral attire not required. The crematorium politely requests that face coverings are worn, in particular when walking into the chapel. The service will be webcast live and details of how to access this are provided below. This will be followed by a reception at Pembroke Lodge in Richmond Park.
WATCH THE LIVE WEBCAST ON THE DAY
Here are details of how to access the webcast of the funeral service live:
- Click the button above to open the webcast page in a new tab
- Enter your Webcast Login details (top right boxes, next to the green login button) which are as follows:
- Username: dugu2362
- Password: 010762
- Click the Login button
Once the stream has begun the video will load automatically.
Tips and troubleshooting
We recommend you try logging in to the webcast so you can test that you are able to see and hear it – make sure your speakers are turned on and up.
If when viewing a Live Webcast you can no longer see the video, it’s possible that connection to the crematorium has been lost. Please wait, and this should be restored as quickly as possible.
Any further problems please click here or call the Obitus team on 03333 447 440.
HOW TO GET THERE
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.
Pembroke Lodge is located within Richmond Park close to the Richmond gate entrance, and is a 15 minute car journey from Mortlake Crematorium. There is plenty of free parking. The Russell Suite is on the first floor of the Georgian Wing.
The Park is closed to traffic at dusk (approx from 4pm) so entry and exit thereafter is via Richmond Gate only, which is manned by Pembroke Lodge staff. Due to the deer and other wildlife, please take extreme care whilst driving in the park.
In lieu of floral tributes we invite you to donate to our chosen charities Derwen College and Dragon Drama.
Such an exquisite lady! I have such wonderful memories of our childhood with Ma ( Crispi) and Clare herding us all around , with the dogs, on the estuary.
Sending love to you all.
So pleased to have known Clare, although only for a short time. Such an amazing lady.
I first met Clare when we both appeared in the classic farce ‘Worms Eye View’ in Crewe, back in March, 2005.
A delightful lady. We got on very well and kept in touch ever since.
So sad that we won’t be having lunch beside the river Thames again, but l will always treasure the memories of the happy times we spent together.
Yours sincerely, from John Altman.
I have known Clare for nearly sixty years and am a Godfather to Griffith. We had some great adventures in Peru, Jordan and Pembrokeshire and i am going to miss her feistiness, her humour and her loyalty. I will remember her for her love of life and the many laughs we had over the years,
God Bless You! Brian
I don’t know where to start. Clare was such an amazing lady with a wonderful laugh. She was a role player/simulated patient at the ISU, University of Birmingham for many many years and she was so well regarded amongst us all. Everyone loved working with Clare, she was professional but she also knew how to put a smile on everyone’s face. I always looked forward to picking up the phone to her to book her for some work and to have a catch up at the same time. I will treasure my memories of her.
BSSD staff remember Clare’s exuberance,abiding youthfulness,wicked sense of humour and witty turn of phrase.
A supportive colleague,popular with the students,she would challenge and nurture them in equal measures.
Clare had great dramatic intellect,her productions were innovative and carefully crafted in order to bring out the best in her staff.A particularly memorable production of ‘Animal Farm’has been mentioned by many.
Clare will be remembered with fondness by us all.
My GP colleagues and I at Warwick Medical School are so saddened to learn that Clare is lost to us.
She worked with us, training medical students, by simulating particularly “difficult” patients with multiple complexities. Reacting all the time to the student’s words and gestures, her unscripted but skilled performances were wholly plausible. That realism was tough for some students, but many of them, now doctors, will remember consultations with one of her alter-egos as having been deeply formative and an important milestone in their preparation.
We send our condolences.
She went an extra mile for me at BSSTDA… thank you for teaching me and helping us xx