A Book Of Remembrance


Neville Abberley

Neville leaves behind wife Winifred, daughter Lynda, five step children and a daughter, Jane from a previous marriage, plus 20 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren and five great, great grandchildren.


Neville was a cricket umpire who was looking forward to returning for his 41st season this year, while he played bowls for Davenham Bowling Club and recently retired as a volunteer with the British Red Cross after 11 years.


Winifred and all of the family would love to read your memories and stories of Neville during this difficult time.


If you would also like to make a donation in Neville’s memory then this can be done for North West Air Ambulance, a charity close to Neville’s heart, please use the link below:




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Tony & Margaret Peake

We have known Neville for a number of years he was a lovely person and always a smile on his face he certainly was a gentleman always made time for a chat, his commitment to the British Red Cross was exemplary and helping to provide a vital service to the Mobility Aids Service, also …

Jean McDermott

With deepest sympathy to all of Neville’s family at this very sad time. He was a lovely man and it was always great to see him on a Friday afternoon as a fellow volunteer at the Red Cross offices in Knutsford. I enjoyed chatting to him about his cricket umpiring, the work he did …

Janet spruce

My deepest  condolences to Wynn and family. I knew Neville when I worked on reception at the British Red Cross offices and Neville used to be in Medical loan on a Friday. He was so funny and kind and always had us smiling over something. He was so well liked and respected and I …

Helen Coppenhall

Dear Wynn and Family. My deepest condolences to you all. Neville was an amazing gentleman, very compassionate and caring. His lovely smiley face will be so missed at Red Cross on a Friday afternoon. He always had time for everyone. RIP Neville xx  …

Louise, Tim & Aston Hough

When Mike and Lynda married, not only did we gain a sister in law, we gained two more wonderful family members too, Wyn and Nev. Nev was a kind man, always smiling and enjoyed a laugh, known fondly as Captain Chaos. We all will miss you Nev, you’ve been taken too soon, but definitely …

Karen Jones

So sorry to hear the sad news about lovely Neville. Sending love and condolences to his wife and family and all those grandchildren! Neville was a true gentleman and I loved our chats each Friday when he was volunteering at the Red Cross.  He always mentioned Wynn and often spoke about his granddaughter at …

Lucy Kennerley

Many fond, funny memories of Grandad. Being clumsy and getting told of my Nan all the time. God Bless you, until we meet again.  …

Melanie Campbell

Remembering Neville with so much fondness; such a kind hearted and generous man who will leave a big hole in the hearts of many.  Rest in Peace and know you loved by many 🕊 …

Paula Pattison

Tomorrow is going to be a really hard day grandad because we can’t be there to give you the send off that you deserve, But we will do when this is all over. You were such a kind caring grandad and looked after Nan the best, but don’t worry our fantastic family will look …

Andrew Marsland

A great man who displayed a great sense of humour at all times.He took his umpiring seriously recognising that he was there to help the game take place, not to be the centre of attention. When you umpired with Neville you knew you were going to have an enjoyable day. I will miss his …
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