1. I did not see Bridget often but knew her through Anne Daley. She was a lovely, polite and thoughtful person. I was glad to be able to take her to a function at the local golf club and enjoy her company not long before she went inti hospital. Rest in Peace Bridget.

  2. The very first time met Bridget was when Anthony took me to sudbury heights whilst we were on a work related task, I remember that day very well as I also met Anthony’s grandmother, what stands out for me was Bridget’s warm welcome and beautiful smile, a trait that on the few and each occasion that I met her, she always maintained.
    A wonderful women and human being which is exhibited by Anthony, a living testimony to Bridget. I pray the almighty grants Bridget eternal peace and strength and courage to Anthony and all the family, love and condolences, Mo xx

  3. Very sorry to hear of Bridget’s passing. Spent a lovely few days with her a few years ago and she was so kind and thoughtful. Rest in Peace, Bridget. Margaret Kelly, Dublin.

  4. Will miss going to 127, miss also her weekly phone calls! Rest in peace dear Bridget.

  5. Lovely lady. Only met her twice, I remember her kindness. Virginia Moore and family

  6. We will always remember the welcome you gave us at 127 every time we visited. We will miss your gentle kindness and lovely sense of humour. Love from Canada. Julia, Jeff and Aidan

  7. Bridget was such a kind and loving friend to us from the time she moved here to Glenville in Dublin back in the 70’s. We remained great friends after she moved back to the UK. We are so glad we got to visit her in September 2019. We will miss her terribly.

  8. Bridget Dunne…a woman of real substance. My friend, mom, confidant and partner in crime( just doing the lovely silly and enjoyable things whenever we fancied). I shall miss that door opening with that radiant happy smile and the biscuit box and coffee conversations. I shall miss dearly our travels and charity shop excitements with the wrong turnings and losing ourselves in country lanes till its dark. 127 was my go to home and you were always ears. My shoulder of strength. I shall cherish our banter and giggles about the rich suitor and your lunch dates. You made my first years of coming from South Africa to the UK so full of a new start and a new beginning ..never a dull moment and the rest of the years blossomed into the greatest bond I have ever had. You shared your home, your family, your friends and your love with me. 127 is full of your love, laughter and warm memories that will be forever etched in the walls of the house you lived and shared with us all. Love , light and peace Dearest Bridget.

  9. For my lovely godmother. I have fond memories of you and cherish your lovely smile and hearing your voice on the phone regularly. Rest in Peace dear Bridget

  10. I am so happy to have known Bridget so was the sweetest and I loved her smile

  11. A dear family friend. Bridget had a lively, enquiring mind and a wanderlust that took her around the world. We were lucky enough to spend time with her on her travels. RIP.

  12. What can I say about this great woman. She was the final link in the family as we had moved over the world. I remember when living in Europe she was my go-to on how the family was doing. Martin in France, Anthony Southampton, Will and Patrick either studying or working in London. I would phone her and be given the news on how everyone was doing and when they had last visited.

    She loved the visits by Will and Patch and would take great pride in telling me what they were doing or about to take on. Fiercely loyal to them and always was there for them she was the base for us all. She was generous both in time and support and in returning to the UK I use to call an Uber and drop around to 127 with her favourite pastries and a couple of cappuccinos. We would take about family and good times, and I always came away from our chats a better man.

    I will always miss her for what she did for me and the family.

    RIP Bridget, a coffee and a pastry will never quite be the same for me again without you there…

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Funeral Arrangements

We invite you to join us to celebrate the life of Bridget Kathleen Dunne


Date: 15/03/2022
Time: 11:00
St George's Roman Catholic Church,
Location: 970 Harrow Rd, Sudbury London HA02QE GB

Additional Info:

On the evening of Monday 14th March there will be a Vigil of Prayer at St George's.

Mum loved colour,  so don't feel you have to wear traditional somber clothing.

Mums funeral will be streamed live from the church at 11.00 on Tuesday 15thth March. The stream can be accessed by clicking the invitation that will appear on this memorial site at least 48 hours ahead of the appointed time. If for any reason the stream is missed or interrupted, have no fear the funeral will be recorded simultaneously and can be accessed from the same invitation which will be available for at least 1 month.

Immediately following the Funeral Service, there will be a Burial Service at Harrow Weald Cemetery,  Clamp Hill, Stanmore, HA7 3JS


Date: 15/03/2022
Time: 14:00
Sudbury Golf Course
Location: Bridgewater Rd, Greenford, Wembley London HA0 1AL GB

Additional Info:

Anyone wishing to send flowers can contact “Flowers by Sharon (0208 845 2015, or, 0787 261 8125), they  should be sent to the undertakers, Saville’s (569 High Rd, Wembley HA0 2DW).

Alternatively,  Mum proactively supported a number of charities (see below),  so if anyone wants to make a donation in lieu of flowers please feel free to do so.

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