St Mary's Church & via Zoom
By Haddenham Webteam - 23rd June 2020 8:45am
A note from Coral Natale
As I know so many of you knew and loved my dad, Damien Natale, we wanted to update you on his funeral arrangements.
Damien's funeral is planned for Friday 3rd July 2020, held at Watermead Crematorium at 11.30am. Unfortunately, we are limited in the number of people we can have inside but they do have screens outside that will be streaming the service. We also have a link so people can watch at home — if you would like this link then please message me and I can share. Flowers will be provided by the family. In lieu of Flowers, donations can be made to either Sustrans, the charity making it easier for people to walk or cycle, or Cruse, the bereavement charity.
Damien will also be leaving from our house (Roberts Road) at approx. 11am on the day of the funeral. I know people have mentioned they would like to stand in the street to say goodbye.
We are planning to have a socially distanced memorial after the funeral from 2-4pm in the Haddenham Sports Field — anyone who would like to join is welcome. Due to COVID restrictions there will be no food or drink provided so feel free to bring your own picnic. We will be sharing memories and having a sing song to celebrate Damien's life. Please feel free to bring any photos you have of Damien to contribute to the memory box.
Lots of love,
The Natale Family
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