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Liverpool, Published in: Liverpool Echo.

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Felicity AgnesWRENWREN - FELICITY AGNES, December 2, 2019. Passed away peacefully. Felicity was an artist, teacher, community campaigner and a beloved friend to many. Funeral service to take place at St Margaret's of Antioch on 17th January 2020 at 12pm followed by committal at Anfield Crematorium. Family flowers only, but donations if desired in favour of Parkinson's Disease. All enquiries to Craven Funeral Directors, Broadgreen Road, Liverpool, L13 5SG. Tel: 0151 228 3900
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Margaret Johnson:Very sad to hear this. I completed my teacher training with Fe...05/03/2020
Yvonne Duzant/Powell:Farewell Felicity, thank you for being in my life at school when l...29/01/2020
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Very sad to hear this. I completed my teacher training with Felicity in 1987 at St Hilda's which was also my old school.
She was an inspirational artist and teacher. Having completed my training, she sold my earrings and cards in her shop 'Domino' I have now been teaching art for 31 years and thank Felicity for the encouragement and guidance she gave me early on in my career.
Rest in Peace Felicity. x
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05/03/2020
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Farewell Felicity, thank you for being in my life at school when life was tough and you lead the standard of art in our class, which was always challenging, you had two generations of my family pass through your capable hands and will always be remembered with loving fondness.Whenever I visited Liverpool and bumped into you, you always had a such warm welcome. You will be missed.XXX
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Goodbye Felicity, a wonderful friend, it was a privilege to have known you. Happy memories. Rest in peace.x
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My lovely best friend from school. I will treasure the wonderful memories from our school days. I value them so much and the great times we have had since. I have written a poem for you celebrating those times. Love Ann.XX
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Dear Felicity
I write this as I drink a cup of Lady Felicity tea. the tea name that made you chuckle?
I'm so pleased that I made you laugh again on my last visit to see you at Compton Court Care Home.
I recited poems by Adrian Henri & Roger McGough that brought that mischeivous glint back into your eyes.
Then I read my Xmas poem 'The Dove of Peace' that brought a tear of happiness that you tried to kiss me
ever so gently but unfortunately we set the alarm off and the nurse came running in to see that you were okay?
I apologised and we both laughed like old times.
RIP my Dear Felicity.
Love & Peace xxx
AL 'Bluesman' Peters
Your Junior Art School Comrade


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