Dal wrote:We can of course organise a meet to pay our respects to Colin which I dare say will be quite a large one.
I'd just like to do something. Especially if its something that helps the family realise how important he was to alot of people.
DradusContact wrote:Are we definately not going to attend his funeral? Was talking to someone with a focus RS, and a similar situation, they said they followed the funeral procession at the back, his family hadnt requested it but appreciated the gesture.
Its 100% his families decision of course, but i wonder do they not realise what a big part of his life cars were? And what a big impact he has left on alot of peoples lives.
Regarding to Colinâ€™s funeral as Sarah informed, if anyone can come we are more than welcome, indeed. Sarah want to meet all Colinâ€™s friends.
For those interested in attending my brother, Colin's cremation service
The service will be held on Wednesday, May 27th at 1.30pm in St. John's Room at:
Headington, Oxford, OX3 9RZ
Tel: 01865 351255
The service will be approximately 30 minutes long.
After the service, we will be getting together at The Britannia Inn (a pub):
London Road (on the corner of The Roundway and London Road)
Headington, Oxford, OX3 7AA
Tel: 01865 760192
The pub has a car park, accessible from The Roundway.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Colin's favourite charity, Battery Hen Welfare Trust.
When making the donation, please mention that the donation is being made in Colin's memory.
If you do plan on attending, kindly notify me via Facebook since I'm reading that more than Pumapeople at the moment and I'll away from a computer most of the day. Thanks a lot.
PussCat wrote:Just a thought... if anyone off here is planning to go to the funeral but isn't on facebook or doesn't have Col's sister in their friends, please let me know and I'll let her know that you're coming....
Got a feeling there's going to be a strong puma presence....
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