Funeral Service

Time: 2.20pm

Date: Thursday 17th March 2022

Service Details:
The service and cremation will be held at Accrington Crematorium. Please wear brightly coloured, casual clothing (no black) and for those with painted nails - the brighter the varnish the better.

Julie Taylor – ‘Granny-Can’

On 7th March 2022, suddenly in hospital, Granny-Can, aged 63 years of Great Harwood. The dearly loved wife of Peter, much loved mum of Joanne and Andrew, loving step-mum of Lizzie, amazing Granny-Can of Sam, Brodie, Macie, Georgia, Tommie, Megan, Eva, Ellarose and Alfie, loving sister of Linda and David, also a dear sister in law and auntie.

Julie and Peter ran the Royal Oak in Clayton-le-Moors for a couple of years and then Julie worked in various factories and warehouses. She was hardworking and committed to doing her very best and thrived on the banter on the shop floor. Julie loved her work so much that she would scan items in her sleep. She adored her holidays throughout Europe, adoring the sunshine. She always had her suitcase packed weeks in advance. Once seen, never forgotten, she was the life and soul of every party and could always be found dancing and singing. Julie lived each day for the day and was always happy and smiling. Her ‘Keep Fit Kit’ was beer, scratch cards and cigarettes. She leaves her family a host of wonderful memories all sprinkled with love and laughter. They can’t help but smile when thinking about their lovely mum.

Please wear brightly coloured, casual clothing (no black) and those with painted nails – the brighter the better.

Please feel free to leave a message for Julie’s online memorial book by completing the form below.

 

MESSAGES for the family of Julie Taylor – ‘Granny-Can’

 

Yvonne

Happy memories of a loving funny lady. The world will be a dull place without her. R I P Julie a lady to remember xx

 

Diane, Keith,Adam & Ashley Metcalfe.

It was such a shock about your mum..she was a good friend of mine when we lived next door to each other… we had some great night’s out and ended up all over the place on our travels…After we both got married and had children of similar ages we continued to be very good friends until your Mum and and Dad decided they was moving away from Rochdale to run a pub in Clayton-le-Moors even after that we remained in contact, which was so nice…So sad this had to Happen at her age and Keith and myself was so shocked . I’m sure she will have left all that knew her shocked by what has happend..So sorry for your loss .Peter ,Joanne & Andrew & families….God Bless you Julie myself and Keith will always remember you as being a part of our life .RIP.x

 

Susan and Ian Richmond

Happy memories of Julie a lovely lady. Ian worked with Julie at Micro P he thought s lot about Julie and had a lot of time for her. She was a lovely funny lady: and will be missed by a lot of people. We were privileged to know her sending love to her family xxx

 

 

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