The funeral service will be held at 11.20am on Tuesday 17th May at Mortlake Crematorium
Thereafter we will adjourn to The Tapestry Bar, 1 Lower Richmond Road, SW14 7EZ – leave cars in the Overflow Car Park at Crematorium and it’s a 7-8 minute walk down Ship Lane. Directions for those who are attending are provided below. The service will be webcast live and details of how to access this are provided below.
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: nema8033
- Password: 215266
- 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.
Please note that Mortlake Crematorium falls within the ULEZ charging zone (you can check your vehicle’s compliance status here).
1 Lower Richmond Road
From Mortlake Crematorium you can walk along the Thames Path and it is approximately a 10 minute walk to The Tapestry. This is accessible from the path next to the crematorium car park – turn right and walk along the river. You will walk under Chiswick Bridge, then join the Thames Bank road that runs alongside the river. After you pass The Ship pub on the left, the road turns right onto Ship Lane. Walk to the end of Ship Lane, turn left onto the Lower Richmond Road and cross at the pedestrian traffic light crossing – you will see The Tapestry on your right hand side.
If you are driving, leave Mortlake Crematorium and turn left onto Mortlake Road (A205). At traffic lights turn left onto Lower Richmond Road (A316). Take first turning right at traffic lights onto Lower Richmond Road (A303), follow the road around, you will see The Tapestry on the right hand side. Parking is limited on the surrounding roads, but there are spaces along Ship Lane.
The car park at Mortlake will close at 5pm, however you can leave your car in the Putney Town Rowing Club, just outside the crematorium gates, which is always accessible.
You will be missed by so many and always remembered as the kind, generous and lovely lady you were.
Colin and Jan
Colin & Jan Ramsay
Married to my best mate, Jan was one time colleague, some time flat mate, long time chum for almost 50 years, through good and not so good times. Loving wife, devoted mother, hard worker, loyal friend, lavish hostess, charming guest, tireless worker for her charities, her smile and personality lit up any room. It’s a pleasure and a privilege to have known Jan. She will be sorely missed.
A wonderful funny and sociable person, who adored her son Toby.
We met in 1967 at Moorfields Eye Hospital starting our nursing training. Our last lunch together was pre pandemic and sadly no more opportunities.
Rest in Peace Jan.
Such a sad loss.
To my lovely ex boss and supervisor, I can still see you stamping your feet with laughter, I’m sorry you went too soon x
Janet, as I called her would be the first to work each morning; bright and bubbly.
As I’d come into our room where I sat near the door she’d turn round with her spectacles perched on her nose: “Hello Mark!” – then she’d do a ‘Janet laugh’ and whip off her spectacles and give me an update about the shenanigans happening on duty that morning..
Always a bundle of energy and good humour she had a skilful way of getting on with all the team and if needed, telling the Consultants what needed to be done to help a young person.
When I needed to take time off work she was kind and compassionate towards me and I’ll never never forget this. I thank Janet; for simply having met her at an important part of my life..
Rest in peace Janet x
Jans desert island https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2HxKkbhhFaD82k92fiNhHx
A musical tribute put together by Jan’s great friend Chris Rydquist.
Please do enjoy this collection of songs and classical pieces whilst taking the time to remember Mum
This is an indescribable loss. To me, Jan was simply the most beautiful and amazing woman in the world, and I feel so blessed to have been her friend.
Warm, caring, dynamic, funny, stylish….I could go on…..
But one thing I do know is that, in all aspects of her life, she genuinely made the world a better place for everyone she met. She always saw the best in people and wanted the best for them, and that is why she is so loved. We will all miss her so very much x
We met at Moorfields eye hospital in 1967 she gave me a lesson in administrating a suppository !!! and shortly after left nursing.
We have spent the last 55 years laughing and enjoying our families. Had many holidays in Australia, UK, Prague and Singapore. Our parents were Welsh and we had a great hiraeth for rugby.
All the Williams clan will miss her intelligence, fun and wonderful hospitality.
Sorry we can not be with you.
Jenny, Charles and family
Thank you for all you’ve done for the children of Sri Lanka! Your warmth, care and infectious laughter will always linger on. Thank you for choosing to spend time here with us when you could have been anywhere… We will always miss you but are grateful for the lovely memories you’ve left in our hearts!
Debbie Edirisinghe (Child Action Lanka)
Went out of her way to see faith
She went out of her way to share Love
She went out her way to understand Empathy
She went out of her way to laugh at failure
She shared her laughter …. Which was always wonderful and contagious.
she went out of her way to bring many to happiness and we want to celebrate her life.
Rest well our dear friend until we meet again.
Dilshan Edirisinghe (Child Action Lanka)
It is so lovely to read the wonderful tributes to Jan, all of those warm observations resonating with me too. I first met Jan with a paint brush in her hand when I turned up for a job interview at St Peter’s in 1992. She had taken it upon herself to spruce up the tired CAMHS clinic. Little did we realise how much more tired those rooms would become over the coming years. Jan was always full of life and laughter, a joy to have as a colleague and friend. Back in the day when co-working was a thing, we teamed up a lot, especially to see what we called our Friday afternoon girls, the most challenging kids who were so full of character. Jan always cared so much for those around her – colleagues, family, friends and the families she worked with, and they all cared just as much for her.
Jan has been taken from us all too early, but what love, learning and memories she has left us with. I will miss her dearly.
Difficult to find the words to express how much I’m going to miss you Jan.
Two trips to Sri Lanka with CAL,sharing so many experiences.
You were always so supportive and encouraging! So much laughter! You had so much energy and a passion for Child Action Lanka.
Bucket loads of integrity!A huge light has gone out in our lives.
Rest in peace dear Jan xx
What can I say an amazing, generous, rebellious and loving person who I had the pleasure of working alongside.
Such a force of nature whose passion and care for the children and young people and her colleagues always shone through.
My thoughts are with those she has left behind, family and friends and colleagues.
Janet you will be missed.