Humphris Funerals Christmas Carol Service

Our thanks to all who came to our carol service on 10th December at Marlborough Road Methodist Church, especially as the weather was so awful! It was lovely to gather to remember the loves ones we so dearly miss and also to see so many familiar faces to chat with over a cup of tea and a mince pie.

Our thanks also to Reverend Jean Fletcher and Reverend Stephen Fletcher for conducting the service and to David Upton for playing the piano.

 


Humphris Christmas tree 2019

Our memorial Christmas tree is finally up in our reception, ready for you to call in to write a card in memory of your loved ones to attach to the tree. As you can see, we have quite a few already which were added at the Adderbury Christmas tree festival and also last night at our carol concert at Marlborough Road Methodist Church. Please call in to add the names of your loved ones anytime during our office hours of 9am~5pm Monday to Friday.


Christmas Carol Service 10th December 2019

Matthew and all at Humphris Funerals warmly invite you to join us for a Christmas Carol Service conducted by Reverend Jean Fletcher,  at 7pm on Tuesday 10th December 2019 at Marlborough Road Methodist Church. Refreshments will be served following the service so please do come along to enjoy a carol or two and then a cup of tea and a mince pie.

If you would like to attend please R.S.V.P to 01295 265424 or office@humphrisfunerals.co.uk

We look forward to seeing you.

 


Bloxham and Adderbury Churches Christmas Tree Festival 2019

On 5th December Sue and Lorraine decorated our Christmas trees at Adderbury and Bloxham Church  Christmas tree festivals. This year we have the theme of the Nutcracker with Part 1 in St Mary’s Church Adderbury and Part 2 in St Mary’s Church Bloxham.

Both festivals take place this weekend, from Friday 6th December to Sunday 8th December 2019 and we have left memorial cards on which you can write the names of your loved ones who you wish to remember, especially at this time of year, and then attach to cards to our tree.

 

        

 

 

      

We hope you can pop in to see all of the trees in both churches over the weekend, with all the different styles and colours it really is a beautiful sight.


Remembrance Day

As the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month approaches let us take time to remember all those who have given their lives or been injured during conflict to keep us safe. We are forever grateful and we will remember them.


Tickets are going fast for our Midsummer Extravaganza Saturday 22nd June 2019

*** UPDATE***

All tickets have now been sold

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Just a reminder that we have a handful of tickets left for our show on 22nd June 2019.

It promises to be a fun evening of performances from 12 local dance, drama and musical groups, with a raffle and a buffet.

We are almost down to single figures so please do come to the office and buy a ticket before they all go!

 


Banbury United’s first lottery draw takes place

Last Friday Martin Humphris attended the first draw for Banbury United’s Community Club lottery which took place in Castle Quay.

Entry is £1 with players choosing 3 numbers. Half of the prize fund of each weekly draw will go to the winners whilst 10% goes towards Keep the Horton General campaign, and 40% is shared between the club’s community projects. A bit of fun whilst raising money for worthy causes.

If you would like to enter the draw or read more on the lottery visit www.banburyunitedfc.co.uk

Good luck!


The Lynden Players Perform The Mouse that Roared

If you’ve never seen the film The Mouse that Roared starring Peter Sellers, The Lynden Players are performing it from 9th to 11th May and tickets are still available, so now’s your chance to see what happens when an underdog takes on the might of the United States with hilarious consequences!

All at Humphris Funerals wish them all the best for the performances.

 

 

 

 

 


A fitting tribute

James John Denly – ‘Jim’

We recently looked after the funeral arrangements for Mr Jim Denly, a retained Firefighter, and the family wished for us to share some of the photos taken on the day.

Jim had great courage, a determination to put others first and deep honest principles of hard work and fairness. He was a much loved son, husband, brother, father and grandfather and will be dearly missed by everyone who knew him.