Death of the Spouse of a Member

Mavis Bloor

It is with sadness that we have to inform you of the death of Mavis Bloor, aged 79 years, who died on Tuesday 1 May 2018.

Mavis was the wife of Garry Bloor, a retired Police Officer.

The funeral is at 11.20am on Monday at Markeaton Crematorium, Markeaton Lane, Markeaton, Derby DE22 4NH

Gary was a retired City Officer and served on Southern Division, Special Ops, Beeston and Scenes of Crime before retiring in 1983.

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Death of The Spouse of a Retired Officer

Sharon Cousins  nee Aitken

 

It is with sadness that we have to inform you of the death of Sharon Cousins, the spouse of David Cousins, who died on Wednesday 18th April 2018.

The funeral is at 3.20pm. on Thursday 10 May 2018 at Wilford Hill Crematorium.   All are welcome.

Sharon was employed in administrative rolls with the Nottinghamshire Police both on Division and Force Headquarters.   She was also involved in security at Nottingham Forest Football Club.

Unfortunately, we do not have any further details at this time.

Death of a Police Widow

Barbara Sly

 

It is with sadness that we have to inform you of the death of Barbara Sly, aged 89 years, who died on Tuesday 10 April 2018.

The funeral is at 11.30am on Tuesday 8 May 2018 at Gedling Crematorium, on Catfoot Lane, Lambley.  All are welcome.

The undertakers are the Co-operative Funeralcare, 36 High Street, Arnold, NG5 7DZ

Barbara was the widow of John (Jack) Sly, who joined the City Police.   He died in 1994.

Donations are to the Lincs. Air Ambulance via the Undertaker or at the Service.

There will be refreshments after at the Long Bow Public House, Calverton Road, Arnold.

Update re Edward Griffith

Update for Edward Griffith

The funeral for Edward Griffith is at 3.00pm. Friday 27 April 2018

at Amber Valley Crematorium Derby Road, Swanwick, DE55 1BH

and the funeral directors are G. Gilbert, 2 Kingsway Court, Kirkby

in Ashfield NG17 7BB.

There will be refreshments after at the Alfreton Golf Club.

 

Donations to the Alzhiemers Society and the British Heart Foundation

via the undertaker or at the Service.

Edward began his police career as a constable at Liverpool in 1950
after completing his National Service.  He later moved to Coventry

and the West Midlands before being attached to a Police Training

Centre.  He went to Derbyshire Police in 1977 for 3 years and then

to Nottinghamshire Police as an Assistant Chief Constable from

where he retired in 1990.

Edwrad Griffith

Death of a Retired Police Officer

Edward Griffith

It is with sadness that we have to inform you of the death of Edward

Griffith, 86 years of age, a retired Polce Officer.

The funeral is at 3.00pm. Friday 27 April, 2018 at Alfreton Crematorium.

There will be refreshments after at Afreton Golf Club.

Edward was an Assistant Chief Constable for Nottinghamshire Police from
1980 until he retired in 1990

Unfortunately we do not have any further details at this time but will

circulate them as soon as we get them.

Later Life Ambitions

From CEO Wakefield

I am writing to invite you to take part in a survey that will help us understand our members’ views on local government and the local services in your area.

Ahead of the local elections that will be held in some councils across England on Tuesday 3rd May, NARPO has been working closely with our partners in Later Life Ambitions to understand the local services and issues that matter most to our members.

These elections are politically important and will have an impact on the many services that local councils run on a day to day basis. Although local elections aren’t taking place in all local authorities, this is still an opportunity to tell us about the issues affecting your local area.

The survey consists of a brief series of questions about the local government services in your area, and it can be completed in only a few minutes. We can assure that your evidence will be dealt with in confidence, and your details will be anonymised.

Please find the survey online here.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/KRJJV3B

Kind Regards,

Steve Edwards