Mr Colin Lansdown

Charity details

St Mary's Hospice Limited

Birmingham St Mary's Hospice is an independent charity providing hospice care to people across Birmingham and Sandwell. Caring for around 1,200 people a year, many hospice patients remain at home for much of their illness, where they are supported by our Community Palliative Care and Hospice at Home teams, who work in conjunction with GPs, consultants and other medical professionals.

Registered Number 503456

Bowel Cancer Uk

Registered Number 1071038

Messages of condolence

Colin, thank you for being a wonderful part of our family, and for all the love you have shown us. Thank you for being the best partner to Auntie Jeannette. "White shores...and beyond, a far green country, under a swift sunrise." With love... Catherine & Lisa

Miss Catherine Greenland

Colin, thank you for being a true gentleman to my beautiful Auntie. As Ian & I have become fond of walking, we will definitely be trying those Pembrokeshire walks you so truly loved. You will be sorely missed. All our love. Helen & Ian. xxx

Mrs Helen Dempsey

Our hearts go out to you all at this very sad and difficult time x

Miss Natalie Manns

Fondest memories of a simply wonderful friend, a true gentleman and amazing partner to Jeannette. Taken far too soon and sadly missed by all. Rest in peace old pal. x

Mr & Mrs Mark Greenland

Remembering dearest Colin and all our happy trips out with Cora, fondest love Paula xxxx

Mrs Paula Greenland

Colin will be sorely missed by family and friends. x

Mrs Teresa Stanley

In memory of fond memories and times long gone. For Colin, a kind, generous and patient man, even with the most annoying of children. Many retro video games have been played this week in your honour on both sides of the pond. Lissy, Scott and Anthony

Mrs Alyssia Allcock

To my best pal (and room mate!) during long ago college days. Very happy memories of a super bloke.

Mr Gary Fleming

Colin was a lovely man. Kind, thoughtful and gentle. A smashing Grandad to Alfie. Will be sadly missed by all of us.

Doctor Val and Rob Manns

Colin, you are and will continue to be sorely missed by me. With thanks for the memories, country walks, coffee and cake. But above everything else, thanks for the kindness over many years.

Mr Richard Quigley

In memory of dearest Colin; for care received from the NHS for bowel cancer, and from St. Mary's hospice at home nurses during his last week at home, with love and grateful thanks from Jeannette.

Mrs Jeannette Quigley

Colin was quite simply a wonderful human being. It was an honour and a pleasure to have known him. I will be eternally grateful for the kindness he showed me. You are sorely missed and gone too soon, dearest Colin. For ever an inspiration. All my love Megan.

Miss Megan Klopp

Grandad - thanks for the silly songs, laughs and scrambled egg. You will be greatly missed by us all. Lots of love Alfie (Claire & Rich)

Mrs Claire Manns