Halesworth & Southwold Community News September 2019 5
OBITUARIES & MEMORIAM Hazel Elizabeth Turbervill
HAZEL Elizabeth Turbervill, who has died aged 75, was known to so many in Halesworth, thanks to 21 years at Patrick Stead Hospital, and through her membership of the town’s tennis club.
She always wanted to be a nurse. She just wanted to care for people. She took enormous pride in her work, and rightly so. She was a strong yet immensely kind colleague. She worked at several hospitals before Patrick Stead, most notably Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, helping burns victims under the tutelage of the renowned Kiwi, Archibald McKindoe. When her husband Gordon
moved to the middle school in Halesworth as head of foreign languages, Hazel finally found a hospital where she was going to settle – Patrick Stead. She started as a bank nurse, trained to be the sister, and ended up in charge in the absence of a matron, until she took early retirement in 1998. She was well-respected and loved in the town.
Until 55 she played a lot of sport. She was very good at tennis, winning the ladies' title at Lindfield in Sussex. She then played the sport, and badminton, in Halesworth. Retiring at 55 was a mistake
in hindsight. Her job had given her so much fulfilment. She lost
a sense of purpose, and she should have lined up a part- time role. Ill-health followed, but once she was finally treated she showed tremendous stoicism and bravery, despite being blind. Never once did she complain. Her advice
don't put things off – if there is something wrong, seek treatment.
She was a loving and devoted wife to Gordon, and a wonderful mother to Huw. Until her illness, she never missed one of his matches, including those for Norwich Rangers FC and Halesworth CC. Imagine her thrill when
Robin (Rob) Humphries 19th July 1940 – 1st August 2019
IT is with immense sadness that we advise you all that Rob passed away on 1st August 2019 after a relatively short illness.
Rob was a man of the people, who was happiest if he managed to make you laugh, batted insults back and forth and was always there if you needed him. He was kind, he was a great friend to many and loved by all who knew him.
the Social Club with
For many years he ran Halesworth & District his Wife
Pru, as well as the Star Inn at Wenhaston. For a few
years after his retirement from the Social Club, Rob could be found working for Adnams brewery either at the Wine Shop or as a temporary landlord of a number of pubs around the area.
Robs funeral was on August 23rd, but donations for Friends of Chernobyl’s Children in Robs memory, may be made c/o Rosedale Funeral Home, Arcadia House, 19 Market Place, Halesworth, IP19 8BB or via their website www. rosedalefuneralhome.co.uk
Pru, Richard & Michelle
WARD Charles Ernest 'Charlie' PASSED away
home on August 15th 2019 aged 90 years. Beloved father, grandfather
and great-grandfather. He will be sorely missed by all who knew and loved him. A celebration
life will be held at Waveney Memorial Park and Crematorium on Thursday October 3rd 2019 at 11am. Family flowers only please, but donations if desired for the East Anglian Air Ambulance
CAROL and family would like to thank everyone who attended Max’s funeral at Walpole on June 3rd and for donations made to his chosen charities.
Thanks also to Reverend Jane Held and to Andy Free and his team for their excellent help with the funeral arrangements.
of Charlie's may be sent c/o
recently she and Huw bumped into ex-England
Graham Gooch in Southwold. She delighted in her three grandchildren, Grace, Ben and Polly.
She was, quite simply, kind and loving. She had a complete absence of malice, deviousness or manipulativeness. Her legacy is that
touched those she met – and cared for – with huge amounts of love and warmth.
Hazel Elizabeth Kingsbury. Wife of Gordon. Mother of Huw. Born September 6th 1943. Died August 26th 2019.
No Road Map
'NO Road Map' is a dance class at The Cut, Halesworth and Laxfield, for the ‘mature’. If you consider yourself ‘mature’ just come!
Classes begin with exercises improve
for good alignment. fundamentals,
some improvised, choreographed, music
which essential aid
and make These to
dance, improve movement and safety in daily life as well. The
NRM dances, mostly to
are set governs the
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Dee’s Den – The Pear Tree Fund (formerly the Halesworth Community Nursing Care Fund)
FOLLOWING our latest spell of warm weather, we are selling our remaining summer wear at half price – a great bargain as prices are very competitive. There are always amazing bargains to be had in the Den – different bargains every day. We offer a wide range of very reasonably
for men, women and some baby and children’s clothes too; and lots of accessories to complete the look. The £1 rail of clothes is replenished every week - real bargains are to be had here - always outside when the
is dry. We have a ‘new in’ rail for those that come in frequently to more easily check our new stock. During the month we will be putting out our Autumn clothes - come and have a look! Ladies clothes continue to be our best seller. We now have a ‘children’s
alley’ where the toys, games, jigsaws, clothes, shoes, sandals and equipment are kept in one place so easy to see that something special. Children can browse without worry of a trip hazard. We provide a wide range of books to suit all tastes and all ages from 20p – 50p, occasionally a special book may only be £1! We have some chairs and small tables for sale – if there is any furniture item in the shop you are interested in do ask. A wide range of glass, kitchenware and tableware, garden items, sometimes fruit and vegetables, and some plants too. Also, some of our unsold items are now only 25p or 50p – bargains! The display of linen is varied too, lovely curtains and there is an assortment of bedding, cushions (only £1 each), towels, tablecloths. We have doggy towels and bedding at give-away prices too. A wide range of stationary,
gift bags, files, cards for every occasion – 20p and haberdashery – lots of knitting wool, buttons and a variety of sewing and knitting items. We have a wide range of
CD’s and DVD’s to choose from
at amazingly cheap
prices – still only 50p; vinyl records at £1. Please remember we now only accept boxed new electrical items. A big thank you to Anne, who continues to provide our
jams and marmalade – she has helped us to raise over a £1000 for the charity in selling her jam. We have people who keep coming back for jam and marmalade and I am not surprised it is delicious!
Thank you Bob
and Maggie and also Judy who continue to provide local much needed storage space and Glen who helps with electrical items and Julian with checking watches and clocks. Heath checks out our unusual items for e-bay and for local antique sales. All who contribute to the success of the shop. We are amazed at the generosity of the community which enables us to offer items at a reasonable price to ensure a quick turnover of our stock, raising funds for this local charity. This is only possible because of the continued local community support and visitors to our shop. Thank you again for donating items and coming and spending.
Donations of clean, usable, saleable items please. We also accept clean clothes and household items for recycling – please let us know when dropping them into us – we make several hundred pounds a month. If you have more than a couple of bags at a time or larger items or need collection, we ask that you phone 07733 668221 and leave a message, so we can phone you back to make arrangements. We
have the pop-up
shop in I chameleon in the Thoroughfare from Thursday 12th September until Wednesday 18th September, our usual variety of items for sale all week.
our popular tombola will be running on our last day Wednesday 18th September – suitable items can be dropped into the shop anytime during the week. During the week we will also be displaying our plans for the landscaped garden at the Pear Tree Centre – an opportunity for you to contribute to the funding of the planting of ‘ Richard’s garden’
family have agreed to this) to honour Dr Richard Kell and his commitment to the charity and the community of Halesworth. Thank you in advance.
Thank you as always to our fantastic team of volunteers – Linda, Eileen, Sue E, Pauline, Jill, Chrissie, Mary, Dot, Katy, Jane, Chris, Gay, Valda, Erica, Anne, Bernadette, Sue, Dawn, Claire, Susie, Jane, Barb, Frances, Viv and Irene also Steve. If you too are interested in volunteering please contact Nikki in the shop or 07733 668221. Just to remind you Dee’s
‘Den’ is open 6 days a week, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10am – 4pm, Monday, Thursday and Saturday our half days we close at 1pm. Please don’t leave bags of goods at the door if we are closed, just contact us on 07733 668221. You will find Dee’s Den in Steeple End near the church.
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