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  JANUARY 3, 2019
NEWSDESK: 0161 379 0250/0251
  H. Revell & Sons Ltd
Still a family run business now
into our 5th and 6th generation Our offices are open Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm or you can contact Denise, Cassie or Linny on our 24 hour telephone service:- 0161 338 2520 Email: [email protected]
96 Stamford Street, Stalybridge, SK15 1LU
   Frank Massey & Son
 John James Hindley
5th May 1923 – 31st December 1994
All those years ago we didn’t make it home in time to say goodbye,
But you weren’t on your own;
Mum was by your side.
The time has come to be together
free from anguish and free from pain, To rekindle a relationship
that stood the test of time.
God bless you Dad.
We miss you so much. Love Irene, Tricia and Rob Xxx
A.F   Whites
Funeral Services
Independent family Funeral Directors 67 Melbourne Street, Stalybridge, SK15 2JJ 0161 304 8455 24hrs [email protected]
We offer a full traditional funeral service from £2100 with no hidden charges.
Funeral Directors Est. 1903
Fourth generation independent family business
Private Chapel of Rest
24 hour personal care and attention Pre-payment plans available on request
49 Mottram Road, Hyde
Tel/Fax: 0161 368 2565 Mobile: 079739 10557
Established in 1888
         96 Stamford Street,
 Jeremy Unsworth
67 Church Road, New Mills, High Peak SK22 4NU Tel: 01663 742772
Also at:
The Courtyard, Market Street Whaley Bridge SK22 7LP
Valerie House, 39 Palmerston Street Bollington SK10 5PX
  Aidan Gaunt
Independent Funeral Directors
We are a family owned and run funeral service covering all areas.
• Pre-paid funeral plans
• Home visits
• Simple cremation service available on request (conditions apply)
• Credit/Debit card facilities • Trading Standards Approved
                        Personally run by Aidan and Victoria Gaunt offering care and attention 24 hours a day.
    43 Market Street, Hyde, Cheshire, SK14 2AD
Tel/Fax: 0161 368 9883
Here at Elizabeth Way we know that you won’t want to compromise on care and that you need people with a solid reputation to look after your special person. Locally, we are well known for our professional and gentle care and our attention to every detail.
In the words of the ‘Good Funeral Guide’ - “Going to Elizabeth Way is like going to your mum on a bad day and receiving a Huge Hug”
Please telephone us for that Hug on 01457 839247 for Tameside and Glossop and on 0161 633 8270
for Oldham and
surrounding areas
    Ian Hindley
1st January 1954 - 2nd March 2012
Our gentle giant.
Our only hope would be that
you were with us here today,
Not just as a memory but here to stay, Celebrating the spirit world
with family you treasure,
Not just for today, but forever.
God bless.
We miss you so much. Love Irene, Tricia and Rob xxx
 Funeral Services
 Jason O’Brien & Family
44 Henrietta Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, OL6 6HW 0161 339 3036
         Life’s Like That
Welcome to ‘Life’s Like That’, a column writing on different subjects every week, about life.
   with Yvonne Holt
 Last year I made two promises to myself. The first one was to transform the spare bedroom into an acceptable comfortable office.
To anyone who puts objects out of sight, yet may need later and puts them away in the spare room, that is exactly what I had been doing for years.
I was determined to have it cleared.
My husband couldn’t see why I was making such a fuss, my son gave me a big smile saying: “When you’ve cleared the room let me know and I’ll come and help you.”
“You promise you will remove rubbish to the local Tip,” I replied.
I phoned our daughter asking when she had a spare hour to help me.
She gave me a full morning the following week, asking me to sort out files and boxes
I wanted to keep before she arrived.
Fair enough you may think, but I couldn’t
believe how many boxes we had, some didn’t even belong to me.
They were the property of our children who had gladly left them behind when they moved into their own place.
I made a decision there and then to give them the choice to reclaim their property, taking it with them or it was going to the tip.
Books, it’s amazing how one accumulates them. I do keep some of my favourite books, but I have thrown a lot away.
When I am reading a book if it doesn’t grip my attention within the first two chapters, I bin it.
We have books on various subjects, there are biographies, dictionaries for different subjects, war stories, and the National Geographic of which I have quite a few,
then several others.
I was surprised to find the ones I wanted
to keep filled a large box.
To make life easier I placed the box at the
end of the landing and carried the books to
My daughter turned up with some large scissors and within half an hour she had sorted the old carpet out.
She worked fast and was depositing it into a large bin liner, which I already had in.
I showed her a box of her belongings and asked her to take them home. She didn’t
- ‘place them in your wardrobe’ being her reply.
My son came and loaded his car boot with a pile of unwanted ‘maybe’s’ then he had the nerve to say: “You have a lot of Junk here mum.”
“Yes, most of it’s yours,” I said. He
Within two weeks, the decorator came
and he did an excellent job.
Then I asked my neighbour if they would
come in and help me move the desk out, for the man was coming the following day to lay the carpet.
We are fortunate in having nice neighbours.
Two weeks later our son arrived, telling me he had a surprise for me, it was two pine book cases. I was absolutely delighted.
I cleaned them, polished them and spent the next hour sorting out my books with the greatest of pleasure.
I get a lot of pleasure out of my new look office.
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