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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Keith Crombie Funeral Arrangements for Tomorrow (Monday January 14)


Just a reminder of tomorrow's funeral arrangements
Keith will leave the Jazz Cafe for one last time at 9.30am - he will be taken by Horse and Carriage through the City. He will be accompanied by a Marching Band.
The procession will make it's way along the streets of Newcastle to the Church Of Saint Thomas The Martyr, The Haymarket, NE1 7PF where it will arrive slightly before 10am. The Memorial Service will commence at 10am. For the able bodied who wish to walk through the City with Keith please assemble at the Jazz Cafe no later than 9.20am - he will be leaving at 9.30am prompt. For those unable to join the procession please assemble no later than 9.50am at Saint Thomas's.
Following the service there will be a private internment for Family members - Keith will be buried with his Mum & Dad. 
For those attending the service - all are invited to The Wake which will be held at The Town Walls Public House, Pink Lane directly after the service - there will be some bait laid on and maybe even the odd chicken burger. A band will play in the Cinema Room for those needing a Jazz fix.

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