In loving memory of Lucy

Lucy sadly passed away on 13th June 2017, aged 59 years. She is much loved and will be greatly missed by all her family and friends.

A service to celebrate the life of Lucy

A service to celebrate the life of Lucy will take place at 11:30am on Monday 3rd July at The Church of St Cross.

A Tea Party will follow to further celebrate Lucy’s life held at the Cathedral Refectory next to Winchester Cathedral. The Tea Party will start at 2.30 pm and all friends and family are warmly welcomed.

To honour Lucy and to make her day personal, many people are going to wear a Splash of Blue at the funeral, crematorium and Tea Party. As you know that was Lucy’s favourite colour, and we’re sure she’d appreciate that tribute and sea of blue.

The Church of St Cross St Cross Back Street Winchester SO23 9SD

Family flowers only, donations if you wish to the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.

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We will always remember Lucy's generosity. She included Lulu in so many of Milly's activities from a very young age and Lulu has many happy memories of playing in the garden with Milly. Lucy was a real 'people-person' and truly did make a human tapestry of us all. Nick's words at her funeral were so apt. At the Kings' Sports Awards last night, I clapped extra hard for you last night, Lucy. Milly has achieved so much and we will all continue to support her as she continues to excel at her sports. With love to all the family from Charlotte, Angus, Issy, Lulu and Esme Buchanan
Sent by Charlotte on 08/07/2017
Oh Lucy, from Edinburgh, to London, the Thames valley to Winchester, we followed each other for near five decades & enjoyed a great friendship..... Will think of you always and my best love to Glynn, Milly & your family Barbara
Sent by Barbara on 02/07/2017
Our thoughts of Lucy are that she was warm and welcoming, forever with a smile. Our daughter Katie tells the story of how she comforted her when she got stung going down a slide as a little girl at one of Milliy's parties and I remember how most recently she made Katie feel totally at ease when she was late for a trampoline party having misunderstood the timings. Katie was so embarrassed she was about to turn around and go home, but Lucy reassuringly took her to join the others and a fantastic time was had by all. Thanks Lucy for the happy times you gave. Much love from the Pogsons.
Sent by Jenny, Katie and Bryan on 02/07/2017

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