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 Janice Bradley

1956 – 2024

 

In Loving Memory of Janice Bradley (1956 – 2024)

Janice Bradley, a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and compassionate soul, passed away on 3rd July 2024. Born in 1956, Janice’s life was a testament to her love for nature, her commitment to holistic living, and her tireless work for homeless charities.

Janice was born and raised in the countryside of Somerset, where her affinity for the natural world blossomed. From a young age, she spent her days exploring the fields and forests, developing a deep appreciation for the beauty and tranquility of nature. This love for the environment stayed with her throughout her life, influencing her lifestyle and passions.

In 1978, Janice married her soulmate, Richard, and together they built a life filled with love and mutual respect. Their home was a sanctuary of warmth and kindness, where they raised two wonderful children, Lisa and Thomas. Janice’s nurturing spirit and unwavering support helped shape her children into the compassionate and successful individuals they are today.

Janice’s love for nature extended into her commitment to holistic living. She believed in the power of natural remedies, organic foods, and sustainable practices, and she dedicated herself to living in harmony with the earth. Her home was a haven of tranquility, filled with the calming scents of essential oils and the vibrant colours of her garden, which she lovingly tended.

Beyond her home, Janice was deeply committed to helping others. She devoted much of her time to working with homeless charities, driven by a profound sense of empathy and a desire to make a difference. Her work with these organisations was marked by her kindness, dedication, and unwavering belief in the potential for every person to rebuild their life with the right support and opportunities.

An interesting fact about Janice was her skill as a herbalist. She had an extensive knowledge of medicinal plants and often created natural remedies for friends and family. Her homemade herbal teas, salves, and tinctures were cherished by many, and her wisdom in this area was a testament to her deep connection with nature and her holistic approach to health.

Janice’s legacy is one of love, compassion, and a deep connection to the natural world. She touched the lives of many with her gentle spirit, her dedication to helping others, and her unwavering commitment to living a life in harmony with the earth. Her passing leaves a void that can never be filled, but her memory will continue to inspire those who knew her.

Janice Bradley is survived by her loving husband Richard, her children Lisa and Thomas, her grandchildren, and her extended family. As we say goodbye, we remember the joy she brought into our lives, the lessons she taught us, and the love she spread so freely.

Rest in peace, dear Janice. Your love for nature, your compassionate heart, and your dedication to holistic living will always be remembered.

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Favourite saying

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” — Mahatma Gandhi

Favourite book

“The Secret Life of Plants” by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird – A fascinating exploration of the relationship between humans and plants, reflecting Janice’s deep connection to nature.

Favourite Films

  • “The Secret Garden” – A film that celebrates the healing power of nature and the beauty of gardens.
  • “Into the Wild” – A story of self-discovery and the search for a deeper connection with nature.
  • “Pay It Forward” – A film that embodies Janice’s philosophy of kindness and helping others.

Favourite Holiday Destination

The Lake District – Known for its stunning natural beauty, tranquil lakes, and lush landscapes, offering the perfect escape into nature.

Favourite Song

“What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong – A song that celebrates the beauty of the world, aligning with Janice’s appreciation for nature and life.

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Hobbies

  • Gardening: Tending to her garden, cultivating a variety of plants, herbs, and flowers.
  • Herbalism: Creating natural remedies and sharing her knowledge of medicinal plants.
  • Yoga and Meditation: Practicing holistic wellness and mindfulness.
  • Volunteering: Working with homeless charities and dedicating her time to helping others.
  • Walking and Hiking: Exploring natural landscapes and enjoying the tranquility of the outdoors.
  • Reading: Delving into books about nature, holistic living, and self-improvement.

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