Mr Martin Scudamore

Charity details

Action Bladder Cancer Uk

We are working to improve outcomes for bladder cancer patients by:

  • Raising awareness of the signs and symptoms among the public so they seek advice sooner
  • Improving awareness and investigation techniques among health professionals to improve early diagnosis
  • Improving the treatment and management of bladder cancer to increase patient survival rates in line with that achieved for other common cancers

We are working to improve research into bladder cancer by:

  • Identifying the key research priorities
  • Encouraging, contributing to and funding research
  • Improving research data and statistics

We are working to improve patient support through:

  • Our high quality information materials and resources library
  • Actively increasing the number of bladder cancer patient support groups across the UK
  • Providing advice and support to both new and existing groups and helping to bring groups together
  • Helping to give bladder cancer patients a voice

Registered Number 1164374

http://www.actionbladdercanceruk.org

Messages of condolence

To Karen, Alison, Moo, Paul and families - We are so sorry. Martin was a lovely and talented man and lost far too soon.

Mr David and Emma Bassett

Such a lovely lovely man. I'm so glad to have benefited from knowing Martin both professionally and personally. Even when trying to teach me to steer a narrow boat his patience never wavered! Will be missed muchly.

Mr Tim Matthews

Working with Martin in CTA was a real pleasure. Such a kind, warm guy who was so proud of his kids. All my love to his family.

Ms Jenny Laville

Martin, a remarkable man; one of the kindest most decent people we have ever met. A man of many talents with a wry sense of humour. He’s probably frowning at my punctuation at this very moment. Taken from us far too soon, but he will live on in our memories. “A time will come, and the wisest of us knows not how soon, When all distinctions, save those of goodness and virtue shall cease, And death, the grand leveller of all human greatness will reduce us to the same state.” Martin may not have been a believer but we are certain that there was a place waiting for him at the top table. Mike and Jan.

Anonymous

Martin was a wonderful colleague and manager, who worked closely with our team at the BBC. He was kind, calm and clever. We were lucky to know him. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. Pia x

Miss Pia Harold

There are so many happy tales to tell about Martin, his kindness, his ingenuity and his mischief making, Elspeth and I have lost a particularly lovely friend. I now regret, in the 42 years Martin and I had been such great pals, that I never got to beat him at tennis. It was often tantalisingly close but he would always pull something out of the bag when he was up against it. I guess it just goes to show, cancer is nothing like tennis.

Mr Mark Farrar

Dear Martin. I'm going to miss our musical collaborations and so sad we never got to do the Trout arrangement. I'll always have the one we did manage to remember you by. Adrian & Alison Wheeler

Mr Adrian Wheeler

To Karen and the rest of the family - my heartfelt condolences at this time. May Martin rest in peace.

Mr Stuart Robinson

Martin, far too soon, so unfair, so very sorry, Jon & Alison

Mr & Mrs Jon & Alison Bassett

Martin was a truly lovely man. It was our pleasure to have known him.

Mr & Mrs Colin & Marian Self-Pierson

With our deepest sympathy to Karen , Owen and Bryony, and all the family. Yet with great thankfulnes for Martin's friendship, music and all the ways he enriched our lives and those of countless others. Phil and Romie Ridley

Mrs Romie Ridley

In memory of Martin - a true family man, patient and kind (with a wicked sense of humour). Condolences to Karen and all the family, from Penny & Roy

Mrs Penelope Pinder

Such a lovely, warm and Knowledgable man! May he rest in peace. Love from Woody, Maria, Tino & Angelo x

Mr & Mrs Soteriou

Martin was a true friend. We will miss him terribly. Much love Keith, Sharon, Sarah and Catherine.

Mr & Mrs Keith Hilton

With our love and deepest sympathy, Helen and Tony Xxx

Mr & Mrs Tony Helen Guyver

To Karen and Family. Martin to many of us was more than just someone we met on an evening to play football with. He was a friend and amd man of great integrity. He would where possible go above and beyond just being a player many of us met twice a week and would help guide and advise us on many subjects and topics. Personally he help me and my son many times and he will be great missed in my heart and I speak for many of his fellow club members feel the same. God bless you Martin... you are truly missed Jonathon sands on behalf of Cheshunt Walking football Club

Cheshunt walking football club

We have so many fond memories of Martin and feel privileged to have called him our friend. He was so kind and thoughtful, generous in word and deed. He will be greatly missed by us all. Keith, Pat, Louise and Dan

Mr Keith Poole

To a very dear friend who was always so cheerful, helpful and would always be there for anyone who needed help. We loved our sessions of eating, drinking, playing music and even walking football. We will never forget the evening when you played the piano after a great meal. You were taken away to early from us all and we will miss you very much. Rest in Peace Sue and Tom. xx

Mr & Mrs Tom & Sue Tosun

Martin meant the world to us. He was so much more than a neighbour, and a friend, he was family to us. He enriched our lives with his knowledge and musicality, and of course the non stop cricket!! We are privileged to have had him in our lives for over 30 years, He taught us so much....I'm devastated, my heart goes out to Karen, Owen, Bryony and the family Good Night Martin God bless... Thank you for the music Lucy xxxxxx

Ms Lucy Alston

We’ve lost the kindest, most selfless man I know. Martin, you have left us all too bloody early and I’m cross..... I can only assume you’re needed elsewhere ! We have been lucky enough to have you in our lives for over 30years and although you have now left a hole in our lives, you have, more importantly, left a lasting impression on our hearts. Friend, neighbour, family. You will always be in our thoughts. Ben, Lauren, Thomas and Isobellle xxx

Mr & Mrs B Alston

Our hearts are broken. You have been family to us growing up and I already miss so much about you. You have given us all so many fun memories to look back on. Words cannot express how much we will miss you Martin and you will be forever in our hearts and minds. Love Cassie, Raj, Reggie & Sienna x

Mr & Mrs Cassie Baxi

Some friends become friends for life, totally dependable. They are few and far between. Martin was one such, and 46 years isn't long enough. We are so sorry not be able to be there in person on Wednesday. With all our love from Peter & Lucy Shields & family

Mr Peter Shields

In memory of a great mate from our student days in York and in France. With all our love Louise Mantin and Mandy Wild

Ms Louise Mantin

In memory of a steadfast friend and great colleague. RIP Martin.

Mr Paul Clabburn

In memory of a valued dear friend who shared out interest in narrowboats and was always so cheerful and positive whenever we met. We will miss his welcome presence at Hallingbury Marina and remember him with love and affection for his enthusiasm and enjoyment of life. Our deepest sympathy to Karen and all his family for their great loss.

Mr & Mrs Paul McLeod

Service details

Cremation Service

13 January, 2021 14:30

Parndon Wood Crematorium

Parndon Wood Road, Harlow, CM19 4SF