Hayley – A Celebration of Life

Bramcote crematorium was packed to capacity with over 200 people gathered together with family, friends and the banding community there to celebrate the “Life of Hayley” on Tuesday 11th of October 2005. Carlton Brass augmented to 35 played some of Hayley’s most loved music before the service. The service was lead by Pastor Andy Fish of Carlton who had a magic way with words and he lead the service with just the right approach capturing Hayley’s life with tender care and emotion that went to everyone’s heart. Dave Blackley, Hayley’s Biology teacher, told us all about her school life and some of her most guarded school secrets, this was echoed by heart rendering readings from her former class mates which brought tears of joy and sorrow to us all. The most moving parts of the service were the playing of her favourite pieces of music and the laying of single rose’s on her coffin. After the one hour celebration Carlton Brass played selections of...
Read More

Hayley’s service

Bramcote Crematorium, Coventry Lane (A6002) Tuesday 11th October 2005 at 11.00am A one hour service to celebrate Hayley’s Life No sombre dress – Be bright and colourful Carlton Brass – Best uniform Flowers from family only - A single rose would be nice Donations to either – Via the Band Adult Intensive Care Unit: Nottingham QMC Meningitis Trust Afterwards at the: Wheldon School (Adjacent to Carlton Forum) Coningswath Road Carlton Nottingham NG4 3SH...
Read More