Giving Page in tribute
1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2022

In memory of Cheryl Hopkins

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David Hopkins

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+ £336.25 Gift Aid


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In loving memory

In memory of

Cheryl Hopkins

Thank you for visiting my Donate in Memory page.
As many of you know, Cheryl was diagnosed with AML, Acute Myloid Leukemia at the end of November 2019, and had to undergo 3 four week stays in hospital, commencing 8th December.
She had intensive Chemotherepy, blood transfusions and much more, and was in remission, just having the final treatment, when she was cruelly infected with the COVID-19, passing way on Monday 13th of April.
She will greatly missed by so many people, in particular our four children and six grandchildren.

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Churchill Services



Great work with your find raising.

Churchill Services


David Hopkins



+£15.00 Gift Aid

Donations from xmas craft fair


Jacqui Daly-Middleditch



+£6.25 Gift Aid

David, thank you so much for gifting me with two lovely & very colourful 'Nanny Cheryl blankets' - Cheryl's hobby is the gift that keeps on giving x


Marion Purkis



+£17.50 Gift Aid

Dearly missed from Robert, Bob, Marion, Paige and Molly❤️


Vivienne Edwards



Cheryl is always in my thoughts.


The Cypriens



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Total raised£2,265.00



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