Funeral Service

Time: 11.40am

Date: Friday 24th July 2020

Service Details:
A private family funeral service will be held at Accrington Crematorium. The funeral will be live steamed for all those who cannot attend. To watch the service, please follow the details below: Website: Username Huja5939 Password 287705

Shirley Duckworth

Peacefully on 15th July 2020 with family by her side at Royal Blackburn Hospital, Shirley aged 82 years.

Loving wife to the late Colin, dearly loved mum to John and Carol also a cherished grandma to Alex, Hope and Joseph.

Shirley was a loyal loving family lady who doted on her children and grandchildren, Shirley spent 43 years happily married to her loving husband Colin, together they enjoyed their holidays they thoroughly loved their cruises and also their caravan holidays. In her younger years Shirley took to employment working at a local Mill before becoming a housewife when her first Child John was born family life for Shirley was complete when her second child Carol was born. Shirley loved her home life surrounded by her husband and children, many happy memories were made fond memories recalled of Shirley’s love of music and dancing. In later life Shirley kept herself occupied with her dancing and also working as a volunteer at the Barnardo’s Charity Shop.

Shirley will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by all who had the pleasure of knowing and loving her.

Family flowers only please, donations in memory of Shirley are being gratefully received on behalf of The British Heart Foundation via the donate button below.



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MESSAGES for the family of Shirley Duckworth


Ray and Muriel and family

Been a friend of Shirley from our School days together and then near neighbours in Oswaldtwistle A lovely, kind and caring lady. Sincere condolences From the Chadwick family.


Linda Bradley

I was very fond of Shirley and will miss her very much


Liz & Brian

Many fond memories of a lovely Auntie