Giving Page in tribute
1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2022

Sheila Joy Newcombe

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Wayne Biddlecombe

Total raised


+ £185.75 Gift Aid


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In loving memory

In memory of

Sheila Joy Newcombe

11 Dec 1934 - 12 Mar 2019

Thank you for visiting our Donate page in Memory of Sheila Joy Newcombe,

Sheila known as Wife, Mother, Mother-in- Law, Grandmother, Sister, Cousin, Auntie, Friend and Neighbour so many titles for one woman, a woman who touched so many people in a long and varied life time,

Taken from us all far too early, and far too quickly as a consequence of this awful illness.

Please feel free to donate anything you can in Sheila's memory, no matter the amount every penny counts,

Cancer Research UK supports research into all aspects of cancer through the work of over 4,000 scientists, doctors and nurses.
Please donate today and help to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.

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Latest updates


Val & Mel Lewis



Offline donation

Val & Mel - Long-time Friends


John Allen



Offline donation

John Allen - Cousin & Life Long Friend


Phil & Kim Upex



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Steven Langrick and Family



Farewell Auntie Sheila - our thoughts are with Mike and the wider family at this time and going forwards. Best wishes from Steve, Carolyn, Ben & Ella


wayne Biddlecombe



Very Kindly Donated by Friends & Family at Sheila's Funeral.
Sheila's close Family thank you from the bottom of our hearts for this.


Wayne Biddlecombe



Donated with many thanks by long time friend,
Margret, Nicola & Family

Total raised£1,174.04



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