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  2. Tonight is the first time I had the courage to watch Chris’s vides link. Thank you Chris; thanks to all of you who came to celebrate Paula’s life.Thank you for your tributes. Thanks for all your kindness and patience towards us both during these last weeks.
    May God keep you all in His loving care

  3. So many fond memories of Paula. From her visits to Ireland with my aunt, Aileen, not forgetting Pip too, to the many times I visited them in Chiswick where I always received a warm welcome. Paula was very gifted. When I bought my house, she gave me a beautiful silk screen print of their 2 fur babies, Katie and Dougal. It hangs for almost 20 years now. Sleep easy Paula. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

  4. Dear Paula, you were a wonderful friend over so many years to me and to my late mother. We had to much enjoyment with lovely walks and picnics with our dogs and enjoyed our times playing Rummikub. I will miss you.
    Much love Ann (Smith).

  5. Fond memories of visiting Bayham Road, usually for violin sessions with Aileen, a long-time pupil, but always Paula’s presence and hospitality was warmly felt. Yes, the cake and tea always there, the dogs’ welcome too. A beautiful, domestic, welcoming place to be. Go forth upon thy journey, Christian Soul (Newman). H xx

  6. Paula was a truly lovely lady who was always so encouraging and took interest in all our news. Happy memories of chatting over tea and Aileen’s delicious homemade cakes in their beautiful sunny garden.

  7. I have fond memories of Paula growing up. A kind, gentle lady we shared a love of dogs. She was always very welcoming to my brother and I into her home answering my endless questions about dogs. A considerate person, may she rest in peace.

  8. Fond memories of Paula meeting in local parks ‘just being’ in nature, and embracing the joy our dogs bring us being playful, and loving companions. Enjoyed sharing tea, cake and interesting conversation with Paula and Aileen at their home. Paula had a kind, warm smile and calm energy. May your bright light continue to shine in Heaven Paula love and light Anna & Josie (woof!) x x x x

  9. A tribute to Paula
    I was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Paula. I knew her through my Mother working with Elieen at Heathfield Nursery school. Visiting Eileen and Paula was always a source of excitement for myself and my younger sister Clionagh growing up. Their house on Bayham road was so beautifully decorated it was like visiting a new world.
    Paula used to allow me to sit on the rocking chair when I would visit, which I loved as it was an energetic activity and helped settle my boisterous nature. I remember Paula being a very engaging storyteller. Often telling me about the stories behind some of the ornaments and paintings that were in the house.
    I remember visiting her on Tuesday to help with my Maths in preparation for my SATs, Paula was so patient often going through the patterns and method repeatedly, she had a brilliant ability to keep me back on track when I became distracted.
    As I grew older I bumped into her occasionally on the E3 Bus where I remember when I told her I was playing rugby she laughed and said that would get rid of all my energy. A lovely welcoming and engaging person. Paula also taught my two brothers and sisters at St Vincent’s School who also remember her fondly.
    Rest in Peace.

    From the Heekin Family.

  10. Visits from Paula, Peggy (our Aunt) & Pip (their dog) to us in Tipperary (Ireland) were such a highlight of our Summers. Those visits, over 40 years ago(!) still hold great memories for us….Paula’s contagious smile & chuckle a lasting memory. Rest in peace, Paula.

  11. Have known Paula, Aileen and their various lovely dogs over the years since 1991. A fun, happy and adventurous pair indeed. Paula, a fellow northerner, with great sense of humour shall be hugely missed. Continue to shine brightly Paula in pastures new.

  12. Didn’t know you for very long Paula, you were alway’s very welcoming to us. We had some lovely chats, and how modest you were about your wonderful artwork. We will miss you and won’t forget you. R.I.P. Barbara and Mollie

  13. Paula was always such a very kind and very gentle lady. A very gifted person who loved her art. I have many happy memories of being with her and Aileen. She will be greatly missed by many but especially by Aileen. May she now be at peace & receiving her heavenly rewards.

  14. I remember her as a specialist art eacher at St Vincents primary school in Acton. She had a dry and wicked sense of humour which the kids loved. Nothing fazed her. She was always steady and nothing got her over excited or alarmed. She was gifted as a potter and made some beautiful ceramics.

  15. Very fond memories of Paula and my Aunt Peggy visiting us for summer holidays in Tipperary, Ireland. Paula was a very kind lady and always great company. May she rest in peace.

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Funeral Arrangements

We invite you to join us to celebrate the life of Paula Leyburn


Date: 16/01/2024
Time: 12:00
St Peter's Church
Location: Southfield Road, Chiswick London W4 1BB GB

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