1 Jan - 31 Dec 2019

Gillian with a G

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Tim Wheeler

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+ £615.92 Gift Aid


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In loving memory

In memory of

Gillian Wheeler

14 Mar 1956 - 30 Jun 2020

Thank you all very much for visiting Gill's Memory page.

Gill made a special request to set this page up and as a family although we are devastated by the loss of a wonderful human being to this dreadful disease Gill very much wanted her friends and colleagues to remember her not with flowers but with happy memories. Please share them between yourselves whenever and wherever you meet. Don't be shy in coming forward , have no regrets. Gills words not mine.

If you want to share any memories you have of Gill this link

will take you to the memories site. We shall take them all down and transfer them to a book of remembrance for the family to share.
Love to all

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Latest updates





+£7.17 Gift Aid

in memory of Gill from us all at the Clevedon W.I.


Heather Ridgway



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Our special friend, missed by so many but always in our hearts.


Lucy Roberts



+£10.00 Gift Aid

John Sleigh



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Claire Smith



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Gill (with a G!) was a fabulous, caring, kind and hilariously funny lady! Missed by many! I smile every time I order wine with una Copa de hielo!! Xx

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Tim Wheeler


Thanks to all of you who have visited and donated to Gill's site. This is a fantastic response and much appreciated by all of the family.

Total raised£3,213.67



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