In Loving Memory of

Natasha/Tash McLean

It is an absolute honour and privelege to have had Tash in our lives, to know her and to have worked with her. Tash was full of energy, enthusiasm and compassion, she was motivated and driven striving to acheive her goals which she did with great gusto and with a bit of chaos thrown in to acheive the end result. As hard as Tash worked to achieve her career goals she worked harder to ensure this did not hamper her family time and she loved nothing more than a walk in the woods with her husband Mike and children Yanna and Bodhi and of course Rosie the dog, or being out on the paddle boards with the family.

I know Tash will be sorely missed and remembered with great fondness within the team at Ships and Castles and I know there are many more people whose heart Tash has touched.

Book Owner: Mel Emerson
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It was a privilege to get to know Tash  during her time on the Managers Academy. I was so pleased for Tash when I heard about her well deserved promotion to GM. Tash’s enthusiasm, energy and lovely personality kept us all upbeat.  She will be so missed, my love and condolences go to all …

My beautiful selfless friend, Tash. Its been a wonderful journey. Most of the time it’s either been a blur, or I just couldn’t understand what the heck you were saying! Thank you for being there, and yes, I will kick Mike regularly for you. My beautiful lady, rest, and we will party, laugh, giggle, …


It has been an absolute privilege to know and work with Tash over the last 2 years I’ve been living and working in Cornwall. She was an incredible lady and going to be deeply missed by a lot of people across the partnership. We couldn’t quite get to grips with the accent at Truro …

Alan Ritchie

Tash, I never quite understood your accent, I never quite got the underlying chaos of your filing system but I do know that you worked your socks off to make it work.  I’m lucky to have known and worked with you in recent years and know that your legacy in Yanna and Bodhi will …

Amelia Kitchen

It was an absolute privilege to have worked with Tash at GLL in Cornwall.   Her drive, determination, enthusiasm and humour was infectious.  She was a fantastic role model and I am incredibly proud of her achievements with us.   Even when Tash became unwell her unbelievable courage and positivity always shone through, she …
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