In Loving Memory of

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Bryan Derek Castle

Beloved father, grandfather, companion, brother, father-in-law, uncle, neighbour, friend and former mayor of Marlborough. Lover of boats, travel, weather and all things colourful.

You will be sorely missed!

‘We give back to you, O God, those who you gave to us. You did not lose them when you gave them to us and we do not lose them by their return to you. Your dear Son has taught us that life is eternal and love cannot die. So death is only an horizon, and an horizon is only the limit of our sight. Open our eyes to see more clearly, and draw us closer to you that we may know that we are nearer to our loved ones, who are with you. You have told us that you are preparing a place for us: prepare us also for that happy place, that where you are we may also be always, O dear Lord of life and death.’ William Penn

Book Owner: Castle Family
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Dawn Whitehall

I first met Bryan when I came to work for the Town Council.  A true champion of open spaces, nature, trees in particular and a deep thinker who always considered the ‘little people’.  He will be sorely missed at the Council table and by many in the town.  I took many photos of him …

Henry Oliver, on behalf of the North Wessex Downs AONB Partnership

I knew Bryan through his service as a member of the Council of Partners, the partnership that leads the conservation of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the nationally protected landscape in which Marlborough lies.  Bryan represented the communities and parishes of the area, and Marlborough Town Council in particular.  He …

Jay and Andrew

Dear Bryan, I have always been impressed by your cheerfulness and positive outlook towards life. It wasn’t long ago when I went to the Cathedral at Sheffield and sang carols together with You, Eve and John. Needless to say you said you enjoyed travelling and have been to many countries. Research says people who …

Roberto Cahuantzi

Dear Bryan we regret we did not have the opportunity to meet you, however we knew you through your son John whom you raised to be a kind and compassionate man, in his stories about you he always portrayed you as a charming man always brightening up wherever place you walked in. The kindness …

Judy Aplin

I was so sad to hear of Bryan’s passing, as he has been a dear friend all my adult life, although we have lived too many miles apart to meet as often as we would have wished. For several years, he came down to Weston – super – Mare to stay, so that he …

Svetlana Watkins

We were really sorry to hear about Bryan’s passing.  In what is surely a difficult time for his family, we hope comfort can be found in knowing that he is at peace and that he will be remembered by all those who’s lives he touched with love for tbe wonderful person he clearly was.  He …

Kymee Cleasby

Bryan, I did not know you well, but I saw you as someone who thought deeply, and cared about Marlborough and it’s residents. May the Lord welcome you home with joy, and peace everlasting. …

Alex Perryman

Bryan was one of those people in life that everyone knew, and everyone had a good word to say about. I’ll always remember him for his humour, his warm smile, and his gentle nature. RIP Bryan. We’ll miss you. …

Dusan Jaksic

We would like to pass on our condolences to you all at this difficult time; our thoughts are with you. Dusan, Debbie, Alex and Chris …

Sonya Castle

Grandad Bryan I will miss you very much and my trips with Daddy to see you in Marlborough and our trips to Castle and Ball and around the island exploring all the wildlife. Rest in peace Grandad. love from Sophia Hilary …
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