Christmas is all about the people we love. It's a time to celebrate the people in our lives. A moment to cherish the memories and time we spent together.
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Sylvia was the mum of my best friend of over 40 years. I remember her fun, mischievous personality and particularly remember her laughing her head off at us, as teenagers, trying to be "quiet" as we got in late from a night out when I was staying at theirs. I was so sad to hear that she had developed Alzheimer's and my friend spent the last few years coping with that and seeing the changes in her lovely mum. Sylvia passed away on 29 December and the world has lost a bright spark :(
Missing you everyday but especially this first Christmas without you x
I'll miss you till we meet again tel
My beautiful mum. Christmas was always your Special time of year.
This year has been so difficult without you Missedand Loved every day.
Always with you Nan, in my heart and my thoughts x
You told me on your diagnosis when I forget always buy flowers as I do..I kept this promise ..now eight years on we look at them together in into rush to lose you.
In Loving Memory of Joy who lost her life this year to Dementia and with love to Bill who took care of her despite just turning 92.
With best wishes ro everyone missing loved ones this Christmas.
Missing my Dad during the festive period, wishing I could share one more day of intellectual (him not me) chat and comedy.
Your light is always on in my house.
To mum, Thinking of you at this special time of year. I am so glad you reached your 90th birthday. But now you have gone, we still think of you always. We say your name, remember your jokes and miss your dancing to your favourite songs.
But music was such a key in your life and it is in ours too.
Always in our hearts XXX
My first ever Christmas without you around
It's still hard to know that you're not here
But with treasured memories I have found
I can think of you and hold them dear
I hope the end of the battle put you at rest
A challenging 6 years we never hoped for
But a kind caring mum with which I was blessed
Would give anything to see you once more
Dear Jill, I miss your giggles and our chats together.
Love from your cousin Mary Ann
Think of you everyday Dad, always in my heart. My hero and my friend. Love you Dad. Steven your best mate loves and misses you too xxx
You left something behind when you went away - your footsteps in our hearts. With love always, David.
Mum - You bravely battled with Vascular Dementia for10 long years, always with dignity and a smile.
I miss you so much especially at Christmas, but have so many wonderful memories of the many Christmases that we spent together - of love and laughter - and I will treasure these forever.
You lit up our lives
Always in my heart
On Remembrance Day 11.11.21 this dedication is to my Great Uncle William Wilkins who lost his life aged 18 years, just before Armistice Day. He signed up with my Gramps, George Wilkins, both under age, and never came home. My Gramps went on to live a long life into his 90s xxx
I miss you every single day Dad. You were brilliant in every way. I love you always ❤️💔❤️
Your smile never faded and you were loved by so many.
Missing you both every day. Words can’t explain how painful it was to lose you both to dementia within 9 months of one another. The one positive thing to come from this is that you are together again to continue the 62 years you were married. Rest in eternal piece…. Together xxx
We all miss you this Christmas
Always loved. Always remembered.