Funeral Service

Time: 11.15am

Date: Friday 11th February 2022

Service Details:
A service of thanksgiving will be held at St Bartholomew's Church, Great Harwood followed by Committal at Accrington Crematorium.

Sheila Ann Beaumont

Peacefully at Manor House, Chatburn, on 24th January 2022, Sheila aged 84 years of Great Harwood. The devoted wife of the late Geoff (Bolton) and the late Bob, much loved mum of Ann, John, David, Louise and Robert, stepmother to Nigel and Mark, dear mother-in-law of David, Sharon, Janine, Jeremy, Melina, and a cherished nana.

Sheila lived a colourful life full of fun and adventure. She loved to travel and over the years has travelled around the globe always looking forward to experiencing new cultures and taking in the sights. Sheila was always surrounded by her large circle of friends and loved to be out and about; she could chat to anyone about anything and always enjoyed meals out with family and friends. Wherever Sheila went she would always be dressed to impress. Sheila was always active and was a member of St Bartholomew’s Church and the Mothers Union. She was also a member of a wide variety of social groups and shared many happy times with these friends. Sheila always looked forward to visits to and from her family and was the most doting nana to her grandchildren.

Family flowers only please, donations are being received in memory of Sheila on behalf of The Brain Charity & Barnardo’s.

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

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MESSAGES for the family of Sheila Ann Beaumont


Pamela Seed (Driver)

I’m so very sorry to hear this sad news. May your fond memories help you through this difficult time. Thinking of you all.



I first met Sheila when I worked for crossroads and we cared for her beloved Bob. She was always smiling chatty and interested in other people, such a caring colourful lady who was always smart and on trend . Sending love to all her family at this sad time x


Estelle Tomlinson ((Nurse)

I would like to send our love from the Manor House in Chatburn. It was an honour and privilege to care for SheilaOur thoughts and prayers are with you all xx


Elaine Ward

My most sincere condolences. I am so sorry to hear the sad news. Sheila was a good friend, although we haven’t seen much of each other of late. My prayers and thoughts are with you????


Jackie Eastwood

Bob and I have known Sheila for many years and have always enjoyed her company. Sheila always managed to make you feel at ease and we are very sad that she is no longer with us.


Millie Hand

My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. Your love and happy memories of Sheila will be in your hearts forever, and mine too.


Barbara Downs

My sincere condolence to all of Sheila’s family. She will be sadly missed by all her many friends.


Carrol, Joe, Craig and Marcus Stephenson

Very sad to hear of Sheila’s death. We send our sincere condolences to the whole family. You have your lovely memories, we hope they help to lessen the pain. Carrol, Joe, Craig and Marcus Stephenson.


Muriel and Judith Aldred (Skipton)

I was deeply saddened to learn of Sheila”s death. Sheila and I had been friends since we joined St Bartholomew’s Branch of the Mothers Union together some 60 years ago. I knew Sheila suffered some serious health problems for some time which she bore with great courage and always concerned about others. Judith joins me in sending our love and sincere condolences to all her lovely family. Rest In Peace Sheila.


Alison Ward

So sorry to hear about Shiela, It’s been many years but I always remember her as a very kind and graceful lady growing up. Thinking about you all and sending my love and condolences x


John Fuller

Sheila was a lovely lady and I have many happy memories of her as i was growing up in the 1970s and was great friends with her son John.


Michelle Green (Gillett)

So sorry to hear this sad news, I have lots of fond memories of Sheila and all her lovely family. Sending all my love to you all, Michelle xxxx



I was so sorry to hear of Sheila’s passing. She was a good and lovely neighbour to us way back. Sad news indeed.


Janet Mcnicol / Baldwin

Thinking of you all at this sad time. Know that many of us will remember your mum for her the laughter and kindness she freely gave to us, your teenage friends.


Cathy Womack (holden)

Beautiful lady, and family would love to get in touch xx