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Weʼre raising £500 to Wellesbourne Memorial Bench for Placement on Rivers Way' Hastings House Medical Centre in memory of those who died in Wellesbourne in 2018


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In 2018 Wellesbourne had many Residents who sadly passed over, this Month Hastings House is to relocate to Rivers Way, we wish to remember those who passed, by providing a bench for you to sit, reflect and remember all that was good about those who passed,

Even for those who move on away from the Village, you will still have the memory of those you loved, With the Bench being placed for the start of a new Generation for the Village,

This is being done partly in memory of Auntie June, who passed away last year, The Village Post Lady,( Through Acts Of Kindness)

We want this Bench to reflect life and love, Those precious memories, that we all have of our lost loved one's

A Plaque will be In scripted with memories of those we lost before,

Please share, Please Pledge, River's Way can be a nice place to sit in the summer months,

Thank you for your support,

Be Proud Warwickshire, serving community Needs, in memory of those who passed in 2018 within Wellesbourne, If there is any objection to the placement, we will donate it to Hastings House,

Pat Rosier (Doctors Surgery)

Maureen Green (Walton Hall)

Arthur Phazey (Warwickshire County Council)

Madge Woodfield (Piano Forte)

June Conway (Post Lady)

Chrisy Aston

Brian Williams ( Furniture Seller)

Gordon Tompkins

Harry Anderton (British Legion)

Cis Phazey

Reg Ireland (Stratford Herald)

Vic Skinner

Teresa Knights (N.V.R.S)

Phil Pitcher

Dave Bowron

Ron Perkins (N.V.R.S- Church Warden)

Muriel West (Ettington Close)

June Pratley (Kineton Road)

June Taylor (Kineton Road)

Joe Carter (British Legion)

Steve Parr (Builder/Painter)

Too Many Other's that we may Of Missed: 🌹

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  • Be Proud Warwickshire3 days ago
    Be Proud Warwickshire

    Be Proud Warwickshire

    3 days ago

    Spreading love is about Keeping the Memory Alive for those we have lost, Those who meant the entire world to us, Those we are always thankful too, Those we look to turn too, yet are no longer there, A Bench to Visit and walk by, will help us to remember them in the Village, help us provide that bench,, thank you,

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  • Be Proud Warwickshire7 days ago
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    Be Proud Warwickshire

    7 days ago

    June Pratley Died May 2018. Living at Kineton Road, for many Decades, she was 86, she died in a Stratford Nursing home, Thank you to her son Nick for his donation.

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  • Be Proud Warwickshire10 days ago
    Be Proud Warwickshire

    Be Proud Warwickshire

    10 days ago

    Our memories of those who passed, will always shine like a diamond,

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Page last updated on: 2/16/2019 12.18



  • Anonymous


    Feb 15, 2019

    A Wonderful Thought X


  • Nick Pratley

    Nick Pratley

    Feb 9, 2019


  • Anonymous


    Feb 7, 2019

    Good Luck, Wellesbourne is a Great Community,


  • Anonymous


    Feb 6, 2019


  • Deb Coton

    Deb Coton

    Feb 5, 2019


  • Anonymous


    Feb 5, 2019

    A nice way to Remember many who have passed,xx

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Auntie June's Acts of Kindness for Wellesbourne, a memorial bench for those who passed over during 2018. your names will be engraved on to the bench, which will be placed within the village, for people to sit & reflect on the memories of their loved one's Thanks for your pledge

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