The funeral service will be held at 1.10pm on Thursday 20th January at South West Middlesex Crematorium
Directions for those who are attending are provided below. The crematorium politely requests that face coverings are worn. The service will be webcast live and details of how to access this are provided below. Following the service there will be a reception at The Twickenham Club from 2pm.
WATCH THE LIVE WEBCAST ON THE DAY
Here are details of how to access the webcast of the funeral service live:
WEBCAST LOGIN DETAILS:
- Click the button above to open the webcast page in a new tab
- Click on the green button Proceed to log in
- Enter your username and password which are as follows:
- Username: base7891
- Password: 096661
- 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
FUNERAL SERVICE - 1.10PM
South West Middlesex Crematorium
The Crematorium entrance is on the A314 Hounslow Road, go through the main entrance (not the one on the right marked Visitors Entrance / Coaches) and turn left at the small roundabout signposted visitors car park. Continue around the corner and park up on the right hand side.
As you walk up towards the crematorium, in front of you you will see a large glass building that is the waiting room – please wait in there or on the paved area outside.
FUNERAL RECEPTION - FROM 2PM
The Twickenham Club
7 Church Street
The Twickenham Club is located on Church Street in central Twickenham.
There is parking available along Twickenham riverside – and the nearest car parks are the York House car park by the Council building (TW1 3AA) and Arragon Road car park behind Waitrose (TW1 3NG).
Such sad news, RIP Clive!
It was a pleasure to work with you at Orleans Park. Your wise words and pragmatism continue to be a source of inspiration.
Love and best wishes to all your family
So many wonderful memories of you Clive…
When we were all children together sat around the family dining table with you, mum, dad, Charles, Neal, grandpa, auntie Rene and myself….us children always starving hungry and tucking into mum’s wonderful cooking,…laughing and sharing jokes or bickering and arguing between siblings, and mum always saying “you can tell where Clive sits at the table…..there is always a ring of food around his plate” !! Family days out in the car with three children in the back and you in the front between mum and dad( because you were small and didn’t fidget) and you used to “squeak” in apprehension when dad was trying to manouevre narrow single country lanes.
Being so near in age we were all always so close but you had a special bond with your twin brother Neal and nothing or no one could separate you both. You enjoyed so much together…Rugby, water sports ,fishing. You were affectionately known to us in the family as the”waffler because you always had something to say about everything, you could waffle for England! …. So it was no surprise to us that you became a dedicated teacher! But you worked hard and put yourself through “Open University” and made us all so proud when you became the only one of us to have a university degree.
You met and married the love of your life, Lesley and together you dedicated the whole of your life to raising your children and grandchildren. They are a real credit to you both.
Your patient, fair and altruistic character was demonstrated in every aspect of your everyday life, nothing was too much for you….helping your family, your godmother, your colleagues, your students or our aging aunt Rene. You were always there for all of us in your quiet,unassuming , good-hearted way.
I will miss you very much little brother but I am so grateful and proud to have been your “big Sis”
Rest In Peace Clive, ..you take a piece of my heart with you. ❤️
Thank you Sir, for your dedication and not giving up on us when we needed support.
Orleans year 2000 x
I taught with Clive at Orleans Park for 5 years and he was my first Head of Year as well as my cabin mate on a school trip cruising the Baltic on SS Uganda. He taught a young teacher just how important it is to know as much about their pupils as possible. A kinder man would be hard to find. He always knew what was troubling his charges and how to give them the care that they needed. He had a great sense of fun, although it was sorely tested when we braved the icy waters of the Uganda’s icy plunge pool one day. What a lovely man. God bless him and his family.
My Mother is one of Lesley’s cousins.
I met Clive a few times when I was little, but my chief memory is from a family gathering in the late 90s. I remember talking to him about 60s pop bands and thought had a very amiable manner.
I was sorry to hear of his passing.
Was so sad to hear of this, have fond memories of Mr “Chunky” Chapman from my time at Orleans Park.
He was never my teacher but are paths crossed many times at school, I especially remember the time he caught a group of us 5th years in the Crown at lunchtime!!!
I went on to work with his daughter Claire for many years and got to know Clive as person not just a teacher.
He will be sorely missed by all who knew him!
“Safe Travels Sir” from me and the Class of 81!