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HANCOCK John Clifford

John Clifford Hancock

Passed away at home surrounded by his family aged 79 on 30th March. He will be sadly missed by his wife Francoise, children Mark and Joanne, their partners Beverley and Paul and his grandchildren David, Matthew, Juliette, Jack, Rebecca, Alexander and Cameron.

The funeral service will be held on 29th April at 1045am at St. Godwalds Church, Aston Fields followed by a cremation at Redditch. Due to current Covid restrictions, attendance unfortunately will be by invite only.

Family flowers only however for those who wish, we are requesting donations to Midlands Air Ambulance, a charity that was close to John’s heart.

All enquiries to James Giles & Sons Ltd (01527 872318)

CARTHEY Olive Doreen

Olive Doreen Carthey

Olive passed away suddenly on 28th March 2021, aged 89.
Reunited with her husband, Derek.
She will be deeply missed by her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, family and friends.
Private funeral service, please contact the family for details due to restrictions on numbers.
No flowers, please, but any donations to Danemere Kennels and Cattery, Droitwich, in her memory are very welcome.
All enquiries to James Giles & Sons Ltd (01527 872318)

SLADE Pamela

SLADE Pamela (Chandler)

Passed away on 15th March 2021 following a long struggle with dementia. Sadly missed by husband Tony, daughter Helen and grandchildren, and also her mother Betty and brother Tony. Funeral to be held on Wednesday 28th April. Donations to Dementia UK may be made via

WILKES Andrew Philip

BOWEN Kenneth Noel


Sadly passed away peacefully on 22nd March 2021
Reunited with his wife Doreen.
Much loved father of Karren and grandfather of Alex, Lisa, Beth and Ross.
Funeral service to take place at Redditch crematorium on Friday 23rd April 2021 at 2:45pm (Due to current Covid restrictions by invitation only)
Family Flowers only please. Donations if desired to The Blue Cross via
All enquiries to James Giles & Sons Ltd (01527 872318)

BINT John Geoffrey Hobart