Service in Loving Memory of
The Chapel, Rudding Park – Harrogate
Thursday 3rd June at 10:30am
Book of Memories
" “E’en down to old age all My people shall prove
My sovereign, eternal, unchangeable love;
And then, when grey hairs shall their temples adorn,
Like lambs they shall still in My bosom be borne.”
from the hymn 'How firm a foundation ye saints of the Lord'.
they were doing their shopping !
Being very close we supported each other through the good and bad times, she was very thoughtful and I was truly grateful when at my mums funeral she went to our house at west ave and prepared the funeral refreshments for everyone.
Despite both of us suffering from ill health in our later years and not being able to see each other ,she was always in my thoughts.
True friendships are to be treasured and are never forgotten , love and thanks Florence xxx
She made me feel part of the family, especially when I stayed with them at Moorfield House for a few months in my late teens whilst my mum and dad moved back to Baildon from Derby. My job transfer came through before the house sale and so I lodged for a while.
In our younger days Rachel and I had many sleepovers with lots of midnight feasts that were supposed to be a secret but strangely there were always lots of "goodies" available to eat!
Meal times around the kitchen table were a time to chat about our day and enjoy delicious food ( no making chip butties though when Uncle Geoff was there!)
Fond memories Aunty Barbara , thankyou for all that you did ,with all my love Liz xxxxxxxxx