Date: Thursday 8th April 2021
Norman's Funeral Service will be held at St Paul's Church Low Moor, Clitheroe followed by Committal at Accrington Crematorium.
Peacefully in hospital on 26th March 2021, Norman aged 91 years of Low Moor, Clitheroe. Son of the late Edgar and the late Greta, dear brother of Alan, Joan and Ann, also a loved uncle and great-uncle and a dearly respected neighbour and friend.
Life long motorcycle fanatic, Norman loved his motorbikes and loved nothing more than being out on the open road, his bikes where his pride and joy and he always kept his bikes in perfect condition. He was an active man and former member of Clitheroe Clarion cycling club and Burnley Caving Club where he was also on the caving rescue team. Norman was a private man who kept himself to himself. He was highly respected and cared for by his loyal neighbours at Low Moor.
Family flowers only please, donations can be made in memory of Norman on behalf of St Paul’s Church, Low Moor care of the funeral directors.
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MESSAGES for the family of Norman Ingham
Sad to hear of Norman’s passing. He was a great guy and a good engineer. He gave me my first vintage bicycle, which ended up being 30.
Brian and Margaret Knight
Norman was our lovely next door neighbour for over 40 years. Having moved 18 months ago so shocked to hear the sad news of his passing. He was a lovely man.
So sorry to hear of Norman’s passing, he taught me lots of engineering and mechanical practices whilst we worked together for A.J.A Smith/Steadplan Ltd. He was well respected.
I had the pleasure of knowing Norman at AJA Smiths, and then being a neighbour of Norman in Nelson St Low moor, Top bloke. RIP Norman.