The funeral service will be held at 11am on Wednesday 17th August at St Mary’s Church, Twickenham
Following the service, you are all invited to join us for a reception at the family home. Directions for those who are attending are provided below. No flowers please, but if you’d like to make a donation see details below.
Dress code: bright and colourful clothes only (no black). It would help us enormously with catering if you could click the RSVP link below:
HOW TO GET THERE
FUNERAL SERVICE - 11AM
St Mary’s Church
St Mary’s Church is located on Church Street in central Twickenham, close to the York House on Arragon Road and the lane which leads down to the river from Church Street.
Car parking: Parking is available in the York House (Civic Centre) and Flood Lane car parks. Waitrose car park in Arragon Road is close by, and there is meter parking along Riverside and Water Lane / The Embankment (please note Church Street itself is mostly pedestrianised, so road access is via Arragon Road or Water Lane only).
The roads by the river regularly flood at high tide and the rise in water level can be rapid!
FUNERAL RECEPTION - from 12.30pm
26 Belmont Road
The reception will be at the family home in Belmont Road, which is off the A305 Staines Road which runs from Twickenham, past Twickenham Green, to Sixth Cross Rd/Hospital Bridge Road.
Parking: please note Belmont road is a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) – CR. A visitor parking permit will be available at our front door (no. 26).
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I had the pleasure of working along side Liz at Trafalgar School. She was fabulous, always supportive, caring and kind. A truly lovely Lady to have known and to have laughed with . I really will always value the time I spent with her. You will be so missed by so many. Xxx
Lizzy was an incredible colleague. She was devoted to the children at Trafalgar and her generosity and dedication was inspirational. She was so kind and thoughtful that before school trips or music festivals she’d rush out and buy children bits of uniform so they wouldn’t feel different or left out. Lizzie had a wonderful sense of humour and brought out the best in the children she worked with. I will miss her wonderful inclusive spirit and I know she lives in in the hearts of the hundreds of children whose lives she changed for ever.
Liz taught us how to smile through adversity. So I will be smiling with you in her memory on August 17 though I can’t be there in person. A very special friend, greatly missed.
You were such a brave lady and showed such fortitude in the face of adversity. You will be fondly remembered by us and our family.
Richard & Sue Caie x
Sadly missed but a special place remains in my heart x