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  • Garden delights aid Services fund

    BURGES Meadow gardens at Maundown, near Wiveliscombe, was open on Monday to raise money for the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association. Over 200 people took advantage of the Bank Holiday weather, enjoying a relaxing walk around the gardens

  • Scouts unveil minibus

    THE Scouts in Wellington can 'a Ford' to be pleased this week. They have raised £35,000 to buy a brand new 17 seat, Ford minibus complete with chairlift. Fundraising events and grants have helped raise the money needed, with a special mention to the Big

  • We in UKIP have seen the light!

    I READ with great interest the letter 'Pity UKIP did not see the light' printed in Postbag (May 20). I am a UKIP member and I was not going to vote tactically as suggested by the writer, in fact I would not have voted at all. I choose to vote for a party

  • Bike ride supports heart charity

    I AM writing to tell you why my family is supporting the British Heart Foundation's 'Hearts First Bike Ride' on the Somerset Levels, on June 5, and part of the charity's national fundraising week, 'Help a Heart Week'. My husband and I have been involved

  • Deep sadness over loss of Flook

    I WRITE with a feeling of exhilaration, and on the other hand a feeling of deep sadness. The French people have at last turned on our Brussels masters and, hopefully in future, like true patriots, will continue to think of France first and the United

  • Talking health

    TAUNTON Deane Patient and Public Involvement in Health Forum is holding a public meeting at Taunton Library meeting room at noon on Tuesday, July 26.

  • One-man crime wave

    A THIEF has come clean and helped police solve 73 crimes he committed in Taunton last year. Heroin addict David Fraser, 28, drove around with officers over three days on a guided tour of areas where he broke into garages and cars, and stole thousands

  • Oxfam's thinking bigger

    THE relaunch of Oxfam, on Taunton's Bridge, has been so successful the builders have been called in to expand it. A new sales area is being built on the first floor, while work is underway improving the ground floor, which will incorporate a music department

  • Play area 'nothing to fear'

    RESIDENTS objecting to a proposed play area at a primary school have been told there is nothing to worry about. Bishops Lydeard primary school wants to build the facility, with timber climbing equipment and an artificial grass surface, on a piece of waste

  • Talk of the town

    YOUNGSTERS will be encouraged to chatter and natter, whisper and yell at an event in Taunton. Make Chatter Matter is being organised by Taunton Deane Childminding Network and the I Can charity, which helps children with communication skills. The event

  • Woman killed by train

    A BISHOP'S Hull woman who was about to become a grandmother has been found dead at the side of a railway line. The body of divorcee Lesley Rice, 51, of Chaf-finch Close, was found by a member of the public near the new bridge being built over the Silk

  • Buses are bugging mum

    A YOUNG mum in Taunton has spoken out about the treatment she has received on Taunton's First bus service. Vickie Moran, 23, who is six months pregnant, regularly pays the £2.10 return fare to go into the town centre on the No. 1 Ladymead bus from Cheddon

  • Anger at hostel plan

    RESIDENTS of Norton Fitzwarren are furious about the prospect of further hostel accommodation in the area. Trenchard House, in Trenchard Park Gardens, has applied for planning permission to retain the current accommodation and build further units for

  • Exciting bet in the Oaks

    A TAUNTON-OWNED horse could be worth a punt in the Oaks at Epsom today, Friday. Three-year-old Something Exciting, leased by Setsquare Recruitment construction agency, is third favourite at 6-1 after some recent impressive runs. Trained by David Elsworth

  • Businessman dies within months of attack

    WELL known West Somerset businessman John Donner has died. Mr Donner, 74, of Heddon Oak House, Crowcombe, was a director and shareholder in West Somerset Railway, and an avid collector of classic and vintage cars. He and his wife were attacked with a

  • County force call in maiden speech

    JEREMY Browne used his maiden House of Commons speech as Taunton MP to call for Somerset to have its own police force. He told Parliament last Thursday that the county is largely rural and has very different policing requirements to a large city like

  • No peeping -- gypsies don't like it

    VILLAGERS in North Curry claim that police have advised them not to look out of their windows after gypsies on an illegal site complained their privacy was being invaded. The lives of Julia Tibbs and Hilary Harris were turned upside down when Romany gypsies

  • Civic centre to go ahead, says council

    NEW offices for West Somerset District Council are likely to be built at Vulcan Road, Minehead, it has been revealed. Deputy council leader Bryan Leaker told the Somerset County Gazette yesterday (Thursday): "It is likely a new civic centre will be built

  • No action no option on Aquasplash

    URGENT action is needed if Aquasplash, Minehead's ageing council-run swimming pool, is to remain open to swimmers. Members of West Somerset District Council's cabinet will be told that "no action is not an option" when they meet on Monday. A hard-hitting

  • Rowers' Channel crossing

    WATCHET rowers are planning a four-hour marathon voyage across the Bristol Channel. Watchet Sea Rowing Club plans to row both its 24ft French class boats from Barry, South Wales, to Watchet to raise money for Watchet Carnival Club. Club captain Lesley

  • Shed destroyed in barbecue mishap

    BURNT sausages were not the only cinders left over from a barbecue in Wellington on Sunday. Just hours after enjoying a barbecue lunch with his wife and children, deputy head of Wellington School, Stephen Page discovered his shed was ablaze at the bottom

  • Woodland group meeting date

    THERE will be an inaugural meeting for the newly-formed Blackdown Hills Woodland Association in July. The meeting will take place on Monday, July 4, at the Forbes Lounge, Hemyock Parish Hall. The BHWA represents the interests of woodland owners and timber-using

  • Alert over fake £20 notes

    POLICE are hunting a couple believed to be attempting to flood the Wellington and Taunton area with hundreds of pounds in forged notes. Pubs and businesses have been warned to be on the look out following four incidents involving fake £20 notes since

  • Shed destroyed in barbecue mishap

    BURNT sausages were not the only cinders left over from a barbecue in Wellington on Sunday. Just hours after enjoying a barbecue lunch with his wife and children, deputy head of Wellington School, Stephen Page discovered his shed was ablaze at the bottom

  • Street fair fun time

    HUGE crowds are expected to turn out for the annual Wellington Street Fair on Sunday. Backed by the Somerset County Gazette, the fun event is organised by Wellington Carnival Club as its main fundraiser. The day is sure to be another great success with

  • Lazy days on horizon

    A SWIMMING pool in Wellington is open again after being restored. The pool, situated behind the Arts Centre, is available to members of the Blue Horizon Swimming Club. They currently have about 100 members but there are some vacancies. Club secretary

  • Hestercombe: right on your doorstep

    HAVING very recently visited Hestercombe House and Gardens, may I say "many congratulations" to Philip White for the latest addition of the Heritage Centre, restaurant and shop etc. After walking around the glorious gardens, where even more work is being

  • Vote for LibDem returned Labour

    HOW quirky is fate? The very Iraq war which the LibDems so famously opposed won them the very limited success which they obtained at the recent local and General Elections. Those socialists disaffected by their leader's slavish avowal of all things American

  • More delays for wind farm bid

    IT is quickly becoming the planning wrangle that will never end - and now bid for a multi-million pound 12-turbine wind farm at Hinkley has been delayedby another four months at least. Your Energy submitted a blueprint for the huge development back in

  • Buses are bugging mum

    A YOUNG mum in Taunton has spoken out about the treatment she has received on Taunton's First bus service. Vickie Moran, 23, who is six months pregnant, regularly pays the £2.10 return fare to go into the town centre on the No. 1 Ladymead bus from Cheddon

  • Peace prizes

    YOUNGSTERS in the Bath and Wells Diocese, which includes the Taunton area, are being asked to turn their imagination to peace as part of a competition. Prizes in the Margaret Portwood Peace Awards for Bath and Wells, Bristol and Gloucester are £25, £50

  • No peeping -- gypsies don't like it

    VILLAGERS in North Curry claim that police have advised them not to look out of their windows after gypsies on an illegal site complained their privacy was being invaded. The lives of Julia Tibbs and Hilary Harris were turned upside down when Romany gypsies

  • Cooling dip lands swimmer in hot water

    A MAN who went for an impromptu dip in the River Tone in Taunton to cool off got more than he bargained for when police and firefighters were called. Crowds of onlookers gathered on The Bridge and along the banks of the river as the man, wearing nothing

  • West at war with Robin

    TAUNTON historian Robin Bush is taking viewers through 2,000 years of conflict involving the South-West and its people on a TV programme next month. Somerset County Council chairman Mr Bush, PICTURED at the grave of T.E. Lawrence at Moreton in Dorset,

  • Exciting bet in the Oaks

    A TAUNTON-OWNED horse could be worth a punt in the Oaks at Epsom today, Friday. Three-year-old Something Exciting, leased by Setsquare Recruitment construction agency, is third favourite at 6-1 after some recent impressive runs. Trained by David Elsworth

  • Make a pledge for Environment Day

    THE Somerset Wildlife Trust is urging everyone to get involved with World Environment Day on Sunday. The trust, based in Wellington, is promoting conservation techniques for saving energy. Simon Nash, SWT chief executive, said: "I would encourage everyone

  • One-man crime wave

    A THIEF has come clean and helped police solve 73 crimes he committed in Taunton last year. Heroin addict David Fraser, 28, drove around with officers over three days on a guided tour of areas where he broke into garages and cars, and stole thousands

  • Bid to save bikers' lives

    POLICE are targeting bikers in spot checks on the A39 in West Somerset in a bid to curb deaths and injuries. As sunshine and warm weather bring thousands of holidaymakers onto the roads, officers of the Road Policing Unit are stopping motorcyclists to

  • More delays for wind farm decision

    IT is quickly becoming the planning wrangle that will never end - and now bid for a multi-million pound 12-turbine wind farm at Hinkley has been delayedby another four months at least. Your Energy submitted a blueprint for the huge development back in

  • Final piece of the jigsaw!

    AVID Watchet jigsaw puzzlers have raised £436 for Macmillan Cancer Relief. They assembled a 1,000-piece jigsaw to raise funds for the charity at a competition at Holy Cross Chapel on Saturday. Pictured, from left, Emma French, nine, with mum, Helen French

  • Bid to save bikers' lives

    POLICE are targeting bikers in spot checks on the A39 in West Somerset in a bid to curb deaths and injuries. As sunshine and warm weather bring thousands of holidaymakers onto the roads, officers of the Road Policing Unit are stopping motorcyclists to

  • Businessman dies within months of attack

    WELL known West Somerset businessman John Donner has died. Mr Donner, 74, of Heddon Oak House, Crowcombe, was a director and shareholder in West Somerset Railway, and an avid collector of classic and vintage cars. He and his wife were attacked with a

  • Church windfall for major repairs

    A PICTURE-BOOK Exmoor church has been handed a massive £121,000 grant towards major repairs to make the building watertight. The windfall from English Heritage and the Heritage Lottery Fund will help pay for the complete replacement of both main roofs

  • Farmers' market major success

    DULVERTON'S first Farmers' Market has been judged a resounding success. The market, which took place on Friday, attracted a throng of people anxious to buy local Exmoor produce. Among best sellers were traditionally made bread, local asparagus, lamb,

  • Flasher strikes at beauty spot

    LONE women have again been warned to be on their guard following another incident of indecent exposure at an isolated Minehead beauty spot. Police say a man wearing only white socks and trainers appeared in front of an unaccompanied female motorist on

  • Kids have got it figured1

    FRUIT smoothies and biscuits replaced timetables at Danesfield Middle School, Williton when youngsters from six local schools put into practice maths skills. During the two sessions pupils from Crowcombe, Stogumber, St Peters, Williton, Old Cleeve and

  • End of course

    A CATERING student from Nynehead was left distraught this week after she claimed she was told her course will be cancelled when tutors at Somerset College of Arts and Technology are made redundant. Eleanor Perk, 18, heard on Wednesday that if tutors on

  • Design awards

    TWO Wellington students attending Richard Huish College, Taunton, were runners up in the Taunton Audi "Young Designer of the Year" competition. Chris Keates, 18, and Marcus Smith, 17, netted second and third places respectively from an initial entry of

  • ALLEN

    ALLEN Wayne. Many happy returns on your 30th birthday 31st May 2005. Fire brigade are on standby for the candles. Love Mum, Dad and both Nans.

  • HARDING

    HARDING Les. Happy 40th birthday to a wonderful husband and daddy. With all our love. Jo, Mark, Callum and Trinity. xxx

  • MELLOR

    MELLOR Happy 30th birthday Daddy. 29th May 2005. Love Michael, Jack and Lewis. xxx

  • REDMAN

    REDMAN Beckie. Happy 30th birthday Beck, 1st June 2005. Have a great day and enjoy your party! All our love Mum, Dad, Kate and Matt. xxx

  • HILL

    HILL Lynn. Happy 40th birthday on 7th June 2005. Love Paul, Tania, Tarra and Dan. xxx

  • MORTON

    MORTON f MARSH Shella and Gwyn. Congratulations on the birth of your beautiful daughter Lilly Louise on the 18th of May 2005. A cousin for Aimee. Lots of love from all the family x

  • JONES

    JONES Claire (Nee Salter) and Jason. Congratulations on the birth of your son Toby on 22nd May 2005. All our love Mum and Dad, Nick and Maria

  • Karenza

    Karenza Wishing you every success and happiness in your new salon. All my love Mum. xx

  • THOMAS

    THOMAS Happy 18th birthday Luke on 31st May. With all our love. Mum, Dad and Craig.

  • Haines

    Haines Daniel. Happy 18th on 26th May 2005. With all our love Mum, Dad and all the family.

  • HANCOCK.

    HANCOCK. Cyril. In loving memory of a dear husband and stepdad, who died 3rd June 2003. Remembered everyday. Love Ann, family and friends.

  • KERSLAKE.

    KERSLAKE. Samantha. Happy 19th birthday, 3rd June. With love Mum, Dad, Dave, Lee and Donna.

  • REDMAN.

    REDMAN. Beckie. Happy 30th birthday on 1st June 2005. Love Steve and Harry. xxx

  • DATE.

    DATE. Archie. One year old today, on this special birthday 31st May 2005. Hugs and kisses, Nannie and Grandad Mike. xxxx

  • BAKER.

    BAKER. Eileen and Sam. Congratulations mum and dad on your 65th wedding anniversary, 1st June. Love from Billy, Sissy, Wenda and Andrew, Eileen, Lionel, Ken and Gillian and all the grandchildren and great grandchildren

  • PEARCE.

    PEARCE. Oliver. Happy 18th birthday on 6th June. Lots of love, Mum, Dad, Matthew, Victoria and Sebastian. xxx

  • DAVID.

    DAVID. Maud our dear Mum who passed away 31st May 1987. Love you always, Sandie and Vera.

  • DE-FUE.

    DE-FUE. Gill. A very dear daughter, passed away 5th June 2002. Love Mum and Dad. Deep are the memories, special they stay. No passing of time can take them away.

  • FERGUSON.

    FERGUSON. Robert (Grandad Jock). Loved and remembered everyday. A dad who was special in every way. Miss you. Love always Bob, Lynn and Grandchildren. x

  • BROWN.

    BROWN. Mr Bob Brown and family and all at Rainbow Pre-School would like to thank everyone for their kind thoughts, sentiments and donations for Betty Brown who died 26th February 2005. The £915.65 collected will be used to pay for a willow feature and

  • COOK.

    COOK. Michael. Congratulations and best wishes on your 50th birthday on Friday 3rd June. All our love Mum and Dad John. xxx

  • HIGGENS.

    HIGGENS. John Desmond (Des) of Berrow, passed away on 21st May 2005 aged 82 after an illness bravely borne. Funeral is on 1st June 2005 12 noon at Berrow Churchyard. No flowers, donations for St. Margaret's Hospice may be sent c/o Co-operative Funeralcare

  • COOK.

    COOK. Terence (Terry) of Bridgwater passed away at Musgrove Park Hospital on 25th May 2005, age 61. Dear and loving husband to Margaret and dad to Darren and Matt. Thanksgiving service for Terry will be held at Bridgwater Baptist Church on Friday 3rd

  • CHAPPELL.

    CHAPPELL. James and Michelle (née Shephard) would like to announce the safe arrival of Millie Josephine on 25th May. A welcome sister for Jessica. Thanks to all on the labour and willow wards.

  • McManus.

    McManus. Norma. Passed away 2nd June 1993. Treasured memories of a dear wife. Your loving husband, Jim.

  • DUNFORD.

    DUNFORD. Ethel Mary of Somerton, formerly of Ilminster passed peacefully away at Wessex House Nursing Home, Somerton on 26th May 2005 aged 88. Dearly loved wife of Joe, Mum and friend. Funeral service at Yeovil Crematorium on Thursday 2nd June at 2.30pm

  • LAWRENCE.

    LAWRENCE. Ruth Helen of Seaton, peacefully at home May 18th, 2005. Beloved mother of Dale and Jeremy and widow of Denis. Committal at Exeter Crematorium on June 13th, 2005, followed by Thanksgiving Service at 2.30pm in St Gregory's Church, Seaton. Donations

  • Chandler.

    Chandler. Colin. Happy 65th birthday Dad. Enjoy your retirement. Love Kathy, Barry, Jordan, Chloe, Dylan and Keavey. xxxxx

  • THRESHER

    THRESHER William. Happy 1st birthday on 2nd June. Lots of love from Nan and Grandad, Teresa and Andrew.

  • PAGE

    PAGE Dad, Grandad, who passed away 30th May 1999. A simple wish, a silent tear, forever wishing you were here. Loved and remembered always. Maureen, Jason and Tracy. xxx

  • PAGE

    PAGE John. Fell asleep 30th May 1999. May the winds of love blow softly and whisper for you to hear, that we still love and miss you and wish that you were here. Love always Joyce and Barbara.

  • SLOCOMBE

    SLOCOMBE Matt. Happy 18th birthday on 31st May 2005, with loads of love from Mum, Dad, Simon and Katie.

  • STEEL

    STEEL Carly. Happy 21st birthday. Lots of love, Mum, Dad, Mike, Darren, Trudy and Nan.

  • ALLEN

    ALLEN Wayne. Happy 30th birthday to the best dad and fiance in the world. Lots of love Donna, Taiylor and Ewan. xxx

  • CHARLES

    CHARLES Baylea. 21 on 2nd June 2005. Happy birthday to a very special daughter and sister. Hope the final exam goes well, then it's time to party. Love you loads, Mum, Dad, Tom and Joe.

  • LUXON

    LUXON Kimberley. Happy 21st. Hope you have a lovely day. Love Mum, Dad,Tom and Charlotte

  • PORTER

    PORTER Justin (Carlos). Happy 21st birthday on 2nd June 2005. Good luck in America. Love from Mum and Pete.

  • SHARKEY

    SHARKEY Chris. Happy 18th birthday. Hope you have a great day. Love from Teri, Mum and Tony. xxx

  • COOK

    COOK Michael. Happy 50th birthday on Friday 3rd June. Have a lovely party. All our love Sheila, Andrew, Jamie, Aneka, Martin, Mathew and all the family. xx

  • SLOCOMBE

    SLOCOMBE Angie. Happy 50th on the 4th June 2005. All my love Barry. xxx

  • HART

    HART Mervyn. 3rd June 1992. Treasured memories you left behind, never selfish always kind. Your cheerful smile, your heart of gold, you were one of the best this world could hold. From Lindy and Michael

  • DAVIS

    DAVIS Valerie. 1st June 2001. Time may ease the sadness, smiles can hide a tear, but memories last forever of someone we love so dear. Yvonne, Colin, Karen, Lisa, Jordan.

  • Parsons

    Parsons Helen. Congratulations on your 21st birthday on 4th June 2005. With love Mum and Michael.

  • ROWE

    ROWE Mum and Dad, many congratulations on your Golden Wedding Anniversary, 2nd June 2005. With all our love from Clarence, Mary, Benjamin, Jonathan, Matthew and Caroline, Rebecca, Rachael, Ruth.

  • BOARD

    BOARD Edna Joyce. John, Richard and Nigel would like to thank everyone who attended Edna's Funeral Service and for all flowers, cards, letters and messages of sympathy received. Special thanks to Dr Freeston and staff, District Nurses, The Ambulance Service

  • Proctor

    Proctor Joanne. Wishing you a super 30th. Your a great friend. Love Leebee. Kate, Sarah, Elaine & Lorna.x x

  • MORRIS

    MORRIS Marjorie Helen. Peacefully in Beauchamp House Nursing Home on Tuesday 24th May 2005. Aged 85 years. Beloved sister of the late Kathleen Sprunt. Sadly missed by all her family and friends. Family flowers only please, for those wishing to remember

  • Budge

    Budge Tim. Happy 40th birthday daddy, on 4th June. Have a wonderful day. Lots of love Zach and Mia xxxx.

  • Budge

    Budge Tim. Happy 40th, 4th June, what a cutie! Loads of love Mum, John and all the family. Enjoy your day xxxx.

  • DAVIES

    DAVIES Kelvin. Congratulations on your 60th birthday, 7th June 2005. The dreaded day has come, but 60 is the new 40 so don't worry. Lots of love from Dawn, Beccy, Sam and all the rest of the family.

  • WHITEHOUSE.

    WHITEHOUSE. Hannah. Happy 13th birthday, 2nd June. Have a lovely day. Love Mum and Lauren. xxx

  • WHITEHOUSE.

    WHITEHOUSE. Happy 13th birthday Hannah 2nd June 2005.Love from Nannie, Grandad, Auntie Debbie, Uncle Mark and Jessica. xxx

  • ALKINS.

    ALKINS. Tina. Happy 30th birthday on 27th May. Hope you have a great day. Love Steve, Jan, Ryan and Arron.

  • PARKER.

    PARKER. Thank you. The brother and sisters would like to thank everybody for attending the funeral of Jack. Also those that sent flowers, and all those who gave donations for St Margarets Hospice. The amount was £340.

  • CHARLES.

    CHARLES. Baylea. Happy 21st birthday on 2nd June 2005 to our special grand daughter, and good luck with your final exam at UWIC University on the 3rd. Love Nan and grandad.

  • CHARLES.

    CHARLES. Baylea. 21 on 2nd June 2005. Have a great birthday. Love always Grandad.

  • CHEDZOY.

    CHEDZOY. April. Happy 18th birthday on 31st May. Love from Mum, Dad and Girls.

  • DEW.

    DEW. John. Passed away 25th May 1991. Loved and remembered every day. Love Mum and Family.

  • FERGUSON.

    FERGUSON. Robert, passed away 3rd June 2003. In loving memory of my dear husband Robbie. Missed and remembered. Loving wife Jean and family.

  • EVANS.

    EVANS. Flora of Westonzoyland passed away peacefully at Musgrove Park Hospital on 24th May 2005 aged 91. Flora will be greatly missed by all her family and friends. Funeral service will be held at St Mary's Church, Westonzoyland on Wednesday 1st June

  • PERKES.

    PERKES. Clifford of Bridgwater passed away peacefully at Drummuir Nursing home on 20th May 2005 aged 92. Funeral service has taken place at Taunton Deane Crematorium on Friday 27th May 2005. Donations if desired to Drummuir Nursing Home may be sent to

  • ROSE.

    ROSE. Congratulations Nathan and Paula on the safe arrival of William Samuel, born 25th May. Love from us all.

  • SLOCOMBE.

    SLOCOMBE. Angela. Happy 50th birthday on 4th June 2005. Have a nice day. Love and best wishes from Mum and Dad.

  • WILLIAMS.

    WILLIAMS. Gareth. 40 and not out! Wishing you a happy 40th birthday on 30th May 2005. From your friends at Gerber Food Accounts and GFH Office.

  • SLOCOMBE.

    SLOCOMBE. Angela. Happy 50th birthday on 4th June 2005. Love and best wishes from Wendy, Dave, Wayne, Kate, Steven, Rachel

  • BROOKS.

    BROOKS. Keith of Thurloxton, passed away suddenly on 20th May 2005 aged 51 years. Dearly loved and sadly missed by Heather and family. The funeral service to be held at St. Mary's Church, North Petherton today Tuesday 31st May at 12.45pm. Followed by

  • Paull.

    Paull. Lewis. In loving memory of our dear dad who died 3rd June 1987. Jean and family.

  • TUCKER.

    TUCKER. Mark Andrew. Died on 19th May 2005, aged 22. A beautiful person, suddenly taken from us after a life restricted by illness for the last four years. We miss you so much, but know you are now free from torment for ever. With all our love, Mum, Bill

  • WATERS.

    WATERS. Ron. Fell asleep 2nd June, 1995. Treasured memories of my dear husband. Loved and remembered every day. You are never more than a thought away. Your loving wife. Pat.

  • WATERS.

    WATERS. Ron. Passed away 2nd June 1995. Ten years have passed since you closed your eyes and went away. We miss and love you every day. Love you always. Di, Kev, Jackie, Dave and grandchildren.

  • ISAAC.

    ISAAC. Betty, peacefully at Frith House Burnham-On-Sea on 25th May, aged 89 years. Treasured Mother of Peter, Helen and Stephen, loved Grandmother. Funeral service Weston-Super-Mare Crematorium Friday 3rd June at 12.00 noon family flowers only please.

  • MEEK.

    MEEK. Andy and Linda would like to thank friends and family for their kind gifts and cards following the birth of their daughter Ellie Joy.

  • FISHER.

    FISHER. Stanley (Stan) formerly of Little St. Mary Street and Gibb House, Rhode Lane, Bridgwater, passed away peacefully at Musgrove Park Hospital on 24th May 2005 aged 85. Funeral Service will be held at Quantock Road Cemetery Chapel on Thursday 2nd

  • DRISCOLL.

    DRISCOLL. Frederick (known to everyone as Bill) of Bridgwater passed away peacefully at Musgrove Park Hospital on 26th May 2005 aged 85. Dear and loving husband, dad, grandad and son in law. Funeral Service will be held at St Joesph's Roman Catholic Church

  • DODD.

    DODD. Andrew. In loving memory of Andrew Dodd, known by his friends as Doddy, who lived life to the full. Passed away on Sunday 22nd May, doing what he loved on two wheels. He will be deeply missed by his loving mother Mary, his sisters Becky and Anita

  • HADDY.

    HADDY. Stephen, congratulations and happy birthday for your 21st , enjoy your forthcoming holiday, with love from all the family. xxx

  • DICKENS.

    DICKENS. Edna, peacefully on 27th May at Chard Hospital, aged 81 years. Wonderful memories of a dear mum and nan, who will always be in our hearts and minds. Funeral Service will take place on Monday 6th June 2005, 12 noon at Taunton Crematorium. Those

  • CONWAY.

    CONWAY. Jim, peacefully on 27th May at Chard Hospital aged 91 years. Will be sadly missed by family and friends. Funeral Service will take place on Monday 6th June 2005, 2.30pm at Yeovil Crematorium. No flowers please, donation if desired for Diabetic