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Winifrede Patricia Forsyth

(1st March 1929 - 8th April 2023)

In Loving memory of Win,who passed away on the 8th April 2023 aged 94 Years.

The second daughter of Francis and Catherine Boothroyd,Win was born in Slaithwaite,Yorkshire,and lived

in Bury,Blackpool,Crosby,Blackburn,and Orpington in Kent.

She was the wife of Thomas Caton Forsyth,and mother of Stephen,Catherine,Annmarie,and Tim.

She was much loved and will be missed by her family and friends.

Win supported the charities CAFOD (the Catholic Agency for international Development) and Shelter.

Should you wish to donate to one of these charities,please click on the link below.

Charity Donation In Memory of Winifrede Patricia Forsyth

Donate to The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD)

You can choose to make your donation amount private, if you wish.

The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Donations

Cynthia Banton

Rest in peace Win.

£25.00 + £6.25 Gift Aid

Charity Donation In Memory of Winifrede Patricia Forsyth

Donate to Shelter

You can choose to make your donation amount private, if you wish.

Shelter Donations

Ann Dobson

In memory of a wonderful lady and in recognition of her friendship to my mother.

£25.00 + £6.25 Gift Aid

Jane Smith

In loving memory of a dear friend to my mother, Margaret Morris, and a friend to me.

£25.00 + £6.25 Gift Aid

Chris and Vicky

In loving memory of Auntie Win, who never forgot a birthday, loved a good garden conversation and played a cracking game of UNO.

£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid

Lisa & Girls

With love and fond memories of Win x


£30.00 + £7.50 Gift Aid


The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD)

£25.00 + Gift Aid of £6.25

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£130.00 + Gift Aid of £32.50

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A Few Kind Words...

“Thank you so much for the care, support, compassion and understanding you showed with helping Chris and us to plan his funeral. You made a very difficult time for us more bearable for which we are very grateful. Thank you also for enabling all Chris’s plans to come to fruition. His ‘send-off’ was exactly what he wanted. Malcolm did a brilliant job too. Thank you, Jane, With love and sincere, thank you.”

Kathy, Samantha, Rosie and all the Sayer Family

“We would like to thank you very much for looking after Mum and for all the arrangements you made for her funeral last Thursday. Your professionalism, help and ready advice together with your sensitivity at such a difficult time was much appreciated by us all. Our best regards.”

Nigel, Colin Ian & Coraine Ferguson

“We just wanted to say a huge thank you for everything you did for us. You certainly made a very emotional and difficult time so much easier to bear. We are so grateful for the support you gave us and your gentle guidance along the way. Everything was perfect thanks to you and we would highly recommend you to all. With very best wishes.”

Family of Stanley Stearman

“Thank you for the care and support you gave to us all at the funeral of Annette Streetley, we did appreciate you kindness as we first stepped through the door at your Claygate branch and the days following. I know Tony, Rachel & Andrew were extremely grateful”

David & Betty Wakeford

“Thank you for all your kind attention during the funeral of my husband John on the 24th May. The arrangements were so efficiently and sympathetically handled that it lifted a huge burden from my shoulders. I enclose a cheque in favour of the Alzheimer’s Society in memory of my beloved John.”

Catherine Waterman

“Dear Jo,

Thanks so much for all you did leading up to the funeral. None of us could have got through it without your support.

Many thanks for everything you did for us, for all your help and for making a very sad day so easy. Your support has been amazing.

A huge thank you. Your dedication made saying farewell to Mum all the more bearable.”

Sue, Vicki, Clare & Richard

“Dear Beth,

Just a short note from all of us to say “Thank You” for all the effort that you applied to ensure that Sarah’s funeral passed so seamlessly.

If it can be described as a “Great Day” (which I know will sound odd) I mean it purely in terms of the balance between sadness and celebration was met – that also the weather was perfect, the co-ordination between service and committal was excellent, the flowers so beautiful and everyone played their part so well. It was largely down to you that it did work so well.

So a “Big Thank You”

Barry, Jemma, Matthew, Josie and William

“I cannot believe that a month has passed since we first met, the day after Brian died. Within a short time of our encounter, I know that an occasion I had always dreaded would be transformed into a positive, memorable occasion – and so it was!

Your warm and practical attitude, as well as highly professional advice, immediately instils confidence. Every detail of the proceedings is meticulously explained and I felt completely relaxed. Thank you Jess for making everything work so well. You are a remarkable lady with a definite vocation and I wish you all the very best for the future. I felt I found a real, new friend, just when I needed it most.”


“Would you please pass on our thanks to the young lady who conducted the burial of Joyce Ashby last week. She was so kind to Jean my very elderly cousin especially on the ride back in the Limo taking us through Richmond Park and chatting all the way. We then went on to have a family picnic in Jean’s garden in the sunshine a lovely way to remember Joyce and the perfect day for Jean. Very many thanks from all of us in North Wales.”

Sheila, Keith & Rhoada Ashby

“Thank you so much for the way you took care of Loui’s funeral for us. You really went the extra mile, we are really grateful for all your help with the arrangements with Louis and Mum.”

Sheila, Kenny & Family

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