Judith died peacefully at St Peter's Hospice on Friday 25 January 2019. She was as beautiful, courageous and smiling throughout the last few weeks, as she was throughout her life, and surrounded by friends and family. Read more »

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Liz Doling
14 Mar 2019
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In memory of a special friend with whom I spent many happy times over many years.
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07 Mar 2019
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Donations from Elizabeth & Richard.
£100.00
Cerian Brogan
06 Mar 2019
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Always so friendly and interesting. Involved in Lucy's friends lives without interfering, when we were young and impetuous, and a wise ear as we grew. So glad she and Lucy had St. Peter's.
Love Cerian
EILEEN LEPINE
04 Mar 2019
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We are pleased to have the opportunity to remember Judith and to express our sympathy to all those closest to her by supporting the wonderful work the hospice does - Eileen and David
Alison Le Mare
04 Mar 2019
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A kind and caring friend and a great campaigner. Will miss you very much.
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June Kynaston
26 Feb 2019
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I will always remember you with a smile on your face. May you rest in peace
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Anonymous
26 Feb 2019
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With thanks for, and in memory of, happy times shared.
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20 Feb 2019
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Very kind donation from James. Your support is very much appreciated.
£62.50
Judith Thomas
18 Feb 2019
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In appreciation of everything Judith was, gave and did for so many people. Judith and Alun
Elizabeth Manley
18 Feb 2019
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In memory of my sister, a constant companion in childhood and always a close, caring family member who will be much missed. She had such a love of life, it is hard to believe she is no longer there. The outstanding care she received from St. Peter's Hospice in her last weeks was so much appreciated.
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We would like to thank St Peter's Hospice for the extraordinary, rare and unique service it provides. The staff at St Peter's have boundless compassion and humour. They provided a sanctuary for Judith over the 5 weeks that she spent there until her death, a tranquil and warm space where she could be safe, cared for and loved by her family and friends, where she could laugh, listen to classical music, read and rest. There are not enough places like this, and we feel tremendously fortunate that Judith was able to die in such a special environment with expert doctors, nurses and carers who understand the art of dying well.

Please join us in giving generously to remember Judith and to thank St Peter's for everything they did for her, so that the vital work they do can continue.