The funeral service will be held at 10am on Thursday 29th April at St Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church, Twickenham, followed by the burial at Teddington Cemetery.
As capacity is limited, attendance is by invitation only, however the service will be webcast live and details of how to access this are provided below, along with directions for those who are attending in person.
WATCH THE LIVE WEBCAST ON THE DAY
HOW TO GET THERE IF ATTENDING
Church Service - 10am
St Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church
130 St Margarets Road
St Margaret’s RC Church is located off the A3004 St Margaret’s Road in St Margaret’s, Twickenham. It is easily accessible from the A316.
- By Bus: The church is on the H37 bus route from Richmond to Hounslow. Get off at the stop called “St. Margaret’s train station”.
- By Train: The church is located directly across the street from St Margaret’s Train station which has direct services to Central London.
- By Car: The church has a car park, however, spaces are limited. Parking spaces may be found along Amyand Park Road, The Barons or Crown Road.
Burial - 11.30am
Teddington Cemetery is located on Shacklegate Lane, a short walk from Teddington High Street. Please park on the roads around the chapel building, making sure that the entrance to the chapel is kept clear for the funeral cars.
On 11th April 2021 I lost my sister.
Pat was a go getter, and she got! As a teenager
she trained as a nurse and also spent 2years in Switzerland as an au- Pair.She then married Dick and had (her words) her 2 little boys.When they moved down South they had some lovely properties and finished up at Quay West.When Dick worked in Hong Kong on the Mass Transit Railway they took Mom out there for 7 weeks. It was a wonderful experience for her and a very generous gesture by both Pat and Dick. Pat is sadly missed but at least is now at peace. God Bless Sis.
love from Mike and Veronica
The hours we would spend chatting on the phone. The happy and sad times we’ve shared together over the years. The days out in london and holiday in Ireland….your passing cannot take all these lovely memories from me… i get to keep them …you were my friend, confidant and interior designer…rest in peace now….good night….love lizzy xx
Remembering the lovely week ends either in London or here in the New Forest when all the boys were young also getting Liam to paint everything ‘ sludge green ‘ cos you said it was the latest will miss your very positive outlook Pam