HUGHES, Angela peacefully passed away at Arrowe Park Hospital on 7th March 2020, aged 74 years.

Angela will be greatly missed by all her family and friends.

Funeral Service held on Friday 27th March 2020 at Landican Cemetery South Chapel at 10:30 a.m.

The Anderson Family have been entrusted with the arrangements. All enquiries to Anderson Family Run Funeral Directors, 11 Chester Road, Whitby Village, Ellesmere Port. Telephone: (0151) 357 2671

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7 responses to “Angela Woo Hughes”

  1. Billy says:

    To my best friend kai who I love dearly and her amazing family. My heart goes out to you all within the most difficult experience we all dont ever want to feel. Your mum was an amazing person whos personality and strong character will always be within you all. Continue to make her proud like she did to you all..godbless..xxxx

  2. Jeane says:

    Kai “I wish you healing and peace ‘

    My love and prayers are with you, your family and with your beautiful mum as she reunites with her loved ones who have passed before her and who are waiting. .

    God bless you all 🙏

  3. Geraldine Martin says:

    Sending deepest condolences to you all. Sorry I couldn’t be there to pay my respect. Thinking of you all today x

  4. Aakshi says:

    Rest in peace Angie 🙏🏽
    I will miss you. ❤️
    Sending my prayers and love to the family xx

  5. Dave Jamo says:

    I was working in my garden today. I stopped what I was doing at 11.25am too have a few thought of Angie Hughes, As it was her funeral at 11.35 I said a few quiet words too my self.

    I then thought of some of the times Angie and Tommy and I had together. One always comes too mind I was Chairman of Merseycats at the time. Radio Merseyside and The Liverpool Echo gave a statement out. That two people had stolen a car and had driven it up the drive way of Abbot’s Lea School. St fir too the car next to a shed burning it down too the ground.

    The shed housed the mountain bikes the children rode wile away on days out.

    I git onto the Liverpool Echo and said I would see too it the bikes would be replaced, but I needed the age of the children who would be riding them. I got hold of a friend of mine who was in the bike business and six top of the range Bikes where delivered. Just before Christmas.

    We Angie Tommy were invited too their Christmas Party and Carol Service. As usual Tommy had his Keyboard with him and he and Angie played and sang some Rock Carols Angie had a cracking voice very Jazzy and Blues. The children would get up in ones. Or three together,

    Then Tommy told the children the as a boy he lived on the school grounds, as his father was the school caretaker and of cause the children had a lot of questions or Tommy. In all it was one of the best deeds we had done and so enjoyable.
    That was just one of so many charitable deeds Angie and Tommy did together.

  6. Lorna Harry says:

    To my beautiful friend Soo and all the family,

    I am so incredibly sorry for your loss.

    Your mum was an incredible lady who created a beautiful family that will continue to go on to do amazing things and keep her memory alive.

    The love that she created and that surrounded her will continue to grow.

    Will all my love,

    Lorna Harry (and family)

  7. Saver Rimmer says:

    It’s late and I am reminiscing about years gone by. A quick internet search out of curiosity and my shock and sadness at what I find. Angie was a great friend to me in more ways than I did ever say. She was there, she listened, she helped. The fates took us in different directions but I will always remember and be greatful for the short time I knew her. An absolute diamond. In our hearts we live forever

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