Online Book of Memories

    This is our online ‘book’ dedicated to sharing messages and memories of the lives lost and the impact Covid-19 has had on our communities.

    To submit a message for this page you can fill in the online request for message form.

    A postcard to submit a message will also be available for those who do not have access to the internet.


    Robin Atkins

    Loving memories of a wonderful husband

    Forever in my heart xxx 


    Jan

    My 100 year old mother was in a care home when older people with Covid were sent to care homes to free up hospital beds. I was petrified that my mother would catch it and it would end her life.


    Alan

    We have all suffered, lets pull together, moving forward. Unfortunately when the Covid arrived it was always going to take lives. I, like many others, lost friends, thankfully my family survived. I, six months in, had a shut down with my lower back and body causing me to being laid up. It was a very uncomfortable struggle for a month to six weeks. Was it Covid, I am not sure as I did not seek medical advice as resources were stretched and felt I did not want to impose. I have since had the jabs and booster but have had two bouts of being unwell for two to three weeks. I fear we are not done so lets help each other support all the services involved showing kindness to one and all!


    Mr John Donnelly

    In memory of Dad, Grandad, Great Grandad. You were taken from us too quickly 20 October 2020. You were always there for all of us and lived life to the full. You were interested and supportive of everything we did and we all miss you more than you will ever know.


    Marrie freeman

    Marrie was a loving mum and nan and her family miss her very much she always made time for others no matter what love and miss you mum Emma, John, Phillip and William xxx


    My beautiful Mum, Linda Margaret Woodland-Williams

    In loving memory of my beloved Mother Linda who was cruelly taken from us by Covid-19 in April 2020. She is so missed by us all but her memory will stay in our hearts forever, love you forever Mum xx


    Swynnerton and Yarnfield Women's Institute Centenary

    As we celebrated our Centenary in April 2021, we are to open our archives with a public exhibition in Swynnerton Village Hall. This has been delayed by the pandemic but we hope to plan it for April 9th in 2022. If anyone has items relating to Swynnerton WI or Swynnerton and Yarnfield WI, which can be borrowed for this exhibition, please contact me on 01782 796628. Linda Mottram President.


     

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