Sarah Elizabeth Curr


My friend 

Sarah and I met at work and became good friends.

Some of the things we loved about her and will never forget:

Fun times

Sarah was creative and her perspective was part of her charm and uniqueness , we had fun taking photos, she loved bridges and always looked up. I will be thankful to the Sri Lankan Bakery in my village and to Mr Waitrose which meant that she was catered for when visiting or picnicking.

Sarah loved to travel and we enjoyed our holidays with her, we had many more planned. I will try to do these trips in your memory.  

Sarah was competitive and our fond memories include playing pass the pig where her vegan principles were momentarily shelved by her competitiveness to get a “snouter”.

The funniest memory was eating tapas and drinking beer in the sunshine, playing “ I went to shop and I bought…….” resulting in the funniest random answers as her friends and family can probably appreciate.

Time spent with Sarah was always an adventure whether it was in the park identifying which animals we could see in the clouds, looking at flowers, going on lavender picnics, sourcing vegan food in foreign countries or finding out that urban foxes ate the squirrels’ monkey nuts.

Whilst on holiday we were drawn to water, influenced by her Cornish roots, whether it was to have fun on the rocks or to be windswept by the surf or to see amazing reflections.


We loved our holidays with you, even the dietary challenges and the odd shopping trip,  and the care taken when choosing elephant trousers, which you often wore in a nod to your environmental respect of no waste. The home made suncream was a step too far.


Sarah was an amazing friend to both myself and my daughter Lucy , she was a big part of our lives and I will ensure that we always talk about you and remember our fun times.





Amanda McNaughton

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