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Roy Holmes

Roy was a loving husband, father and granddad.He was a skilled and talented engineer; latterly a Toolroom Foreman at Landrover in Solihull. His passions were cycling and music, particularly jazz music, and he loved to travel. He made many friends in the pursuit of these hobbies. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Joyce, his children, David and Sue, son-in-law, Nigel and grandchildren, Sam, Miles and Eliza. In his last seven years he suffered with vascular dementia, but he leaves an incredib 23 May 1935 - 12 May 2017 Read more

Audrey Bloodworth

Audrey, affectionately known to her family as 'Granary' will be missed immensely by her family and all who knew her. As happens all too often, Audrey was always an extremely strong minded lady full of character, who sadly developed dementia in the last year of her life. We can think of no better cause to support than BRACE, who are dedicated to researching treatment for this debilitating illness, that has effected our family so deeply. As much or as little as your are able to give, 22 May 1928 - 21 Sep 2016 Read more

Eironwy Heather Brace

Heather, wife of John, died peacefully at the Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend, Wales on the 18th of January aged 92. She was an extraordinary wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Thank you to all participants and donors for the recent Walk Around Southerndown (Sep 25) that was led by Heather's 4 daughters. We raised a further 340 pounds. Diolch yn fawr! 15 Nov 1924 - 18 Jan 2017 Read more

Rod Thompson

Rod was a loving man who always put others before himself. His selflessness and loyalty was demonstrated throughout his life, working for the Royal Mail nearly his whole professional career and commitment to Bristol Central Swimming Club, devotion to support his loving family and his passion for Plymouth Argyle no matter where they were in the league! Always one to crack a joke to ease tension, not tolerating conflict, rows or disagreements made him the perfect negotiator and diplomat, which aff 11 Jun 1944 - 13 Dec 2016 Read more

Les Green

Les was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather who will remain in our hearts forever. He loved his family and friends and enjoyed his life. He was a clever man, quick witted and great fun to be around. It was a privelege to have had him in our lives and he leaves us with many happy memories. He is gone but never forgotten and lives on in all that he left behind. 18 Jul 1928 - 11 Dec 2016 Read more