In Loving Memory of

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Alan Roy Thompson

A lovely husband, Daddy, Grandad, Father-in-Law, brother, uncle and friend passed away on 12th February 2021.  We have created this page as an opportunity for those who knew him to share their stories, memories and thoughts, and eventually it will be made into a book for us to keep forever.  Scroll down and click on “Add New Condolence Message”. 

In addition, if you would also like to make a donation to the Wells Cathedral Bounce Back Appeal in his memory, you can do so by clicking here. Wells Cathedral was his heaven on earth, and we could think of no better place to honour in his memory as it was somewhere that always brought him joy and peace. 

Thank you so much.

Tess, Emily, Charlotte, Lizzie, Jim, Peter, Pete, Heather, Orla, Katherine, Alice, Oliver, Hattie, Eddie and extended family. 

Book Owner: Charlotte Morris
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Emily Hamilton

Life will never be the same. August 1977 you became the proudest man alive when you became a Daddy.  From that day forward you took us all on a fabulous journey.  Early memories include fishing in the river with my socks and sandals on in Dinas Mawddy, you chasing us around the garden, seaside …

Connors

We always referred to you as BIG AL – this was because my sons named you this when we were neighbours – my 2 smaller boys at the time saw you with your big wild beard – and named you instantly the one and only BIG AL! I have so many great memories and …

Eamonn and Noreen

Alan -We are so very sorry you have left us and we will miss you dearly. We think of our time with you throughout the years where we enjoyed your numerous visits to us and we loved our time with you in Brum and Bristol. We were blessed to have our day trips to …

Paula Sage

Dear Alan I’m so sorry that we actually never got to meet properly. A fleeting smile and wave as we passed each other on our bikes on the edge of the Mendips last November and you only seconds later coming to my aid me in my moment of need  The last memory I had …

Amy Young

Dear Alan, Thank you for welcoming me into your home, town, country. I will never forget (yet hardly remember the exact details) my first visit to see Lizzie in the early 2000s. There was definitely a long explanation of a lot of things I didn’t quite understand like footie and cricket. You took me …

Donald McCrone

Dear Alan I want to start by saying we will all miss you my dear friend.  Back to Bath Rugby at the Rec and some infamous cities in other parts of the country and no mad trips in Europe – in fact I will mention some of the many trips supporting our team Bath …

Vicky Evans

Well Grandad, Mr T, Big Al, Alan – what can we say. We’ll leave your singing aside for a moment! Thank you always for your incredibly warm welcome – such happy memories at Middlestone House.  Especially nights returning from the Pelican or Bear and Swan with Emily and the lads to the amazing trays …

Philip Snook

Having worked with Alan in various pub companies over 30 years, he became a good friend and confidante. His honesty and integrity in an industry not noted for those two great values, became indispensible. He earned the respect of everyone, even those he was meant to keep an eye on.  I am not sure …

Fungai

One of my earliest memories was visiting your home and you making me a cuppa in your beloved villa mug. That gesture had a lasting impression on me. You were ever so kind and always cheerful. Never a dull moment whenever I met you in the 12 years I knew. You were full of …

Linda Stredwick

I worked with Alan for many years. It was a remote relationship but we used to have great phone calls. He was always fun and enthusiastic and helpful. I will miss him but I am glad to have known him. Linda S …
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