FORMBY MONUMENT RESTORED
Today I am informed that the work is finally complete and the monument is restored to its former glory. The final act was to replace some of the lettering that had been damaged. This has been such a fulfilling exercise, the people who’s names are displayed below are responsible for the restoration. Their generosity in helping to fund the work is to be applauded. Together with members of the GFS committee the goal has been achieved and the monument (judging from the image at left) looks fantastic. Congratulations to all those who subscribed, all those who organised and also to the skilful people who did the restoration.

The George Formby Society wishes to thank…

Robert Duncalf Renee Gathercole Adam Adam Tony Edwards Val and Trevor Harper Neil Forshaw Hilda Southworth Jim Pomfret Roger and Norma Newton Billy Wheeler Bill Wiltshire Steve Langford Jeffrey Lane Helen Weathers Dennis and Debbie Lee Joyce Dent Martin Thomas Philip and Jean Moreman Barry Wiltshire Edwin and Dale Uttley Andy Bibby Richard Brown The GFS London branch Geoffrey and Pat Silcock Andrew Poppleton
Victor and Christine Heald Derek and Linda Herbert Gerry and Vivien Mawdsley Dean Spencer John and Gill Walley Tony and Frances Lister Kate and John Howard Malcolm Rigby Daniel Wiles Anthony and Marion Rosamund Peter and Kathryn Pollard John Sanson Mervyn and Christine Kay Geraldine Smith Dean Spencer Michael Davidson Richard Taylor Rod Dennis Daz and Pat Barry Caroline and Ray Stewart Tony Close Gary Hammerton Paul Kenny David Beere Neil Baxter
Mark Appleton (Mason) and Rebecca Patton (Memorial Officer) can take pride in a brilliant final result
This image was taken before restoration work began.
On behalf of all involved in the task of restoring the monument, I would like to thank all those generous people who unstintingly donated towards the cost of the work done. Whilst care of the monument is not the responsibility of The George Formby Society, without our intervention and the generous donations of all those listed below, the work would not have happened. Well done to all who committed to the task. Peter Pollard 24 November 2017
FORMBY monument RESTORED
Today I am informed that the work is finally complete and the monument is restored to its former glory. The final act was to replace some of the lettering that had been damaged. This has been such a fulfilling exercise, the people who’s names are displayed below are responsible for the restoration. Their generosity in helping to fund the work is to be applauded. Together with members of the GFS committee the goal has been achieved and the monument (judging from the image at left) looks fantastic. Congratulations to all those who subscribed, all those who organised and also to the skilful people who did the restoration.
Victor and Christine Heald Derek and Linda Herbert Gerry and Vivien Mawdsley Dean Spencer John and Gill Walley Tony and Frances Lister Kate and John Howard Malcolm Rigby Daniel Wiles Anthony and Marion Rosamund Peter and Kathryn Pollard John Sanson Mervyn and Christine Kay Geraldine Smith Dean Spencer Michael Davidson Richard Taylor Rod Dennis Daz and Pat Barry Caroline and Ray Stewart Tony Close Gary Hammerton Paul Kenny
David Beere Neil Baxter Robert Duncalf Renee Gathercole Adam Adam Tony Edwards Val and Trevor Harper Neil Forshaw Hilda Southworth Jim Pomfret Roger and Norma Newton Billy Wheeler Bill Wiltshire Steve Langford Jeffrey Lane Helen Weathers Dennis and Debbie Lee Joyce Dent Martin Thomas Philip and Jean Moreman Barry Wiltshire Edwin and Dale Uttley Andy Bibby Richard Brown The GFS London branch Geoffrey and Pat Silcock Andrew Poppleton

The George Formby Society wishes to thank…

Mark Appleton (Mason) and Rebecca Patton (Memorial Officer) can take pride in a brilliant final result
This image was taken before restoration work began.
On behalf of all involved in the task of restoring the monument, I would like to thank all those generous people who unstintingly donated towards the cost of the work done. Whilst care of the monument is not the responsibility of The George Formby Society, without our intervention and the generous donations of all those listed below, the work would not have happened. Well done to all who committed to the task. Peter Pollard 24 November 2017