Mrs Margaret Winifred Lewis

Margaret Donations Photo (002).jpg

Total collected to date: £1,602.73

Charity details

Farleigh Hospice

Farleigh Hospice exists to meet the needs of local people affected by life limiting illnesses and to support those who have been bereaved. Through the ongoing generosity of the mid Essex population they provide a range of high quality services totally free of charge. By giving people choice and involvement in the care they receive they make a real difference when and where it matters most.

Registered Number 284670

St Helena Hospice Limited

Helping local people face incurable illness and bereavement, supporting them and their families, friends and carers.

We also support children and adults who are facing bereavement.

We reach out to members of our community, helping them make their own choices and live with dignity. By focusing on their physical, emotional and spiritual needs, we aim to bring comfort and relief to all those who need it, offering the people of North Essex individual care and total support, regardless of their diagnosis or personal circumstances.

We rely heavily on the help and generosity of our fundraisers, donors and volunteers. Without them we wouldn’t be here.

We all share a common goal: to be here every step of the way for everyone who needs us, helping life to go on in the face of dying, death and bereavement.

By visiting them in their homes, over the phone with our 24/7 advice line, through our day therapies, and at The Hospice, through all the smiles and all the tears we guide those who need us, because we believe in making every memory matter.

Our ambition: We want more people to have dignity and choice at end of life.

Our priorities: 

Reaching out based on need regardless of diagnosis or circumstances
Empowering people to plan ahead, share their choices and achieve their wishes
Providing excellent personalised care to more people in hospice beds and in the home
Helping life go on in the face of dying, death and bereavement

Registered Number 280919

Messages of condolence

Lovely lady, will be much missed

Mr & Mrs Swithin and Bridget Waterer

Margaret a wonderful person thanking you for all the good times.

Mr & Mrs Allan & Sally Cross

In Memory of Margaret Winifred Lewis

Mrs M A Wilson

RIP Margaret. Such a lovely Auntie. Ian and Carol xx

Mr Ian Barnes

Fond memories of Margaret, we have many happy memories of holidays at Pevors with Margaret John & family. From Rob & Nancy

Mr & Mrs Robert & Nancy Harris

Rest in peace dear Margaret, a long friendship with very fond memories of Margaret, thinking of John & Family at this very sad time. Love David & Denise xx

Mr David Drew

In Loving Memory of Margaret, who will be sadly missed by all who knew her.

Sam & Mary Hull

Such a lovely lady who will be greatly missed by all those who knew and loved her. We have many happy memories of Margaret at Pevors Farm who will never be forgotten.

Mr & Mrs Steve & Annie Taylor

In memory of a remarkable and much-loved person who will be missed by all who knew her.

Mrs Frances Marshall

Margaret was a special friend from schooldays, so many happy memories. Sending love to John and family x

Mrs Elizabeth Laban

Both me and Sharon send our sincerest condolences to John and family on this sad news, such a lovely welcoming woman every time we stayed at the farm. Will be sadly missed

Mr & Mrs Stephen Coulson

Margaret was a kind, lovely and very special lady who will be missed by so many.

Ms Sharon Fisher

Sending our love and deepest sympathy to a lovely family ❤️

Mr Richard Hibble

A beautiful lady who was always smiling. You are now at peace. ❤️

Mr & Mrs D & A Eames

Gill and I were extremely sad to learn about Margaret. Our thoughts and prayers are with John and family.

Brigadier Michael Selby

Dear John, Sophie & David, we are so sorry to hear of Margaret's recent passing, our deepest sympathy's are with you at this difficult time. We will always have warm memories of a kind and generous person. blessed be, Michael & Denise Earl.

Mr & Mrs michael earl

Lots of love Auntie Margaret, Love Bridget, James & Alice

Baby Alice Easter

So sad to learn about Margaret. It was a pleasure to know her. Our thoughts are with John and family.

Family Michael & Ann Buckley

So sorry to hear the news of Margaret's passing. Was always so chearful and positive whenever I spoke with her.

Mr Trevor Kingdon

So sorry to hear of Margaret’s passing she was a most wonderful amazing lady we both feel privileged to have met such a sweet beautiful caring person who made our holidays so special RIP Margret Love From John & Lesley

Mr & Mrs John & Lesley Chamberlain

Beautiful inside and out xxxx

Miss Liza Forster

Service details

Church Service

29 August, 2023 13:00

St Catherine's

Church Road, Gosfield, CO9 1UD

Committal Service at Crematorium

29 August, 2023 14:30

Three Counties Crematorium

Halstead Road, High Garrett, Braintree, CM7 5PB