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Adrienne Ward

Adrienne Ward's funeral will be held at Bierton Crematorium on Tuesday 18th May at 2pm.

The Cortege will be passing through the village at 1.15pm, starting from Wilsons undertakers and travelling up Townside to the crossroads by the Rising Sun, through Fort End, past Banks Parade and along Woodways past the schools and then on to Bierton Crematorium.

There will also be a Thanksgiving Service at the Baptist church on Saturday 22nd May at 2pm to celebrate her life.

Following the service there will be an informal gathering of a small number of the service attendees on Banks Park by the Scout & Guide Centre, for a socially distanced picnic (weather permitting).

We will have a memory display there and we invite all who would like to contribute to come by with a card, picture or anecdote that we can display on the board. These contributions will be gathered and given to Adrienne's family.

We ask all who would like to come by to pay their respects to abide by all social distancing regulations, please, so we can all say goodbye to our dear Adrienne safely.

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