Ms Juliet Katherine 'Jules' Cowgill

Charity details

The Trussell Trust

Our aim is to end hunger and poverty in the UK. We support a nationwide network of food banks and together we provide emergency food and support to people locked in poverty, and campaign for change to end the need for food banks in the UK.

Registered Number 1110522

Faversham Foodbank


“The foodbank was there when we really needed it, it was an absolute lifeline.”

We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.

Registered Number 1158413

Messages of condolence

To Paul, Polly and Felix I am afraid I did not know Juliet well but Geraldene my wife knew her from her time at Holy Innocents (and also Polly and Felix from Sunday School although they were probably too young to remember her). With deepest sympathy though having lost my own mother during the last couple of years. With love and best wishes Donald & Geraldene

Mr Donald Lyon

In loving Memory of Juliet Cowgill

Retiring Collection .

To Juliet’s friends and family I was fortunate enough to know Juliet from the early 1980’s when we were both bright young things at CIC Video (which was a joint venture of Paramount and Universal). Juliet was a delight, great fun with a very happy outgoing personality, always seeking to be as inclusive as possible. Juliet was also exceptionally good at her job, which often involved working with many different nationalities, particularly when organising the annual CIC conferences. She was also a truly good friend when things were no going well for myself and others, offering support and good humour (the SFC club as it became known). Juliet was a bright light, bright lights tend not to burn for too long, but they are very precious in what often can be a dull world. One of the positives that has come out since her death has been many people reconnecting to remember Jules (as she was known) with great affection and reminiscing over times past. Jules is still bringing people together. I know Jules had her demons and she died far too young, but she was greatly liked and admired and whenever she is remembered, people will smile and remember a very special lady. Bob Thomson

Mr bob thomson

With fond memories of happy times with Jules - love from Jackie

Mrs Jackie Brett

I am so very sad to hear about Jules' passing. We worked at Paramount together for some years, bonding as mothers of teenagers and sharing laughter and tears. The world has lost a good soul. My heart goes out to all the family.

Mrs Nancy Bradshaw

Dear family of Jules, I am so saddened & devastated to hear of your loss. I worked with Jules at CIC Video & then Paramount for many years, and knew her back in the early days, around the time she got together with Paul. I then enjoyed her company for many years to come. She was always such a live wire and I loved her regaling her stories about the antics of her family. She was a great raconteur. She had so much energy and it brought me great happiness to know that she settled down with Glyn (whom I met, with Jules, at Martin & Derek's wedding lunch) and her move out from London to Faversham brought her happiness and early retirement. Nevertheless, she was far too young to go. :0( My heart goes out to Glyn, Felix & Poppy, as well as Jules' sisters. A light has been extinguished in our world. With much love Simone x

Ms Simone Teitler

Sending you all my love and condolences, Jo x

Mrs Jo Williams

Service details

Church Service

17 June, 2022 14:00

St Andrew's Church

Boley Road, White Colne, C06 2QB