Alan Roy Thompson
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 of sandwiches that Granny used to make for us, before we all slept over.
Thank you for all the nights we “got in” for free at the Kings Street Warehouse because of your Brewery contacts! It always was our club of choice, again before returning to Middlestone House for our sleepovers! The kitchen could tell a few stories!
Sometimes you would even sneak to The Red Lion with us- you and the lads talking about Rugby and of course your precious Villa.
You were such a kind and generous man, and I will never forget your very generous gift in paying for my wedding bouquets – poor you – you thought you’d had enough with 3 daughters! I’m not even sure you knew you’d paid until my wedding speech! – thank you Granny x
Remembering times in Northwich too when Heather was born and the girls birthday parties in Cheddar.
In more recent years your kind generosity and good fun at our charity race nights. You always played a big part and encouraging Heather, Orla and Katherine to spend Jim’s money!
You will be remembered for your kindness, generosity and your uplifting humour, and of course your singing!
Your memory lives on through your beautiful and much loved family. Thank you for all the happy memories you’ve left us.
Up The Villa! xxxx