Colin Vearncombe Memorial Order of Service

We have a small number of the Order of Services left from the memorial.

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You can get a printed one, on a first come, first served basis by sending a stamped self addressed envelope (SAE) to:

Nero Schwarz Ltd
P.O.Box 109
L18 8WX

They’re limited to one per household, and sending a SAE does not guarantee that you’ll get one. We will post an update here and on Facebook when there are none left.


Alternatively you can download one as a PDF here by entering your name and Email address to the form below. This will both send you a link by email and provide a link on the page once you have clicked SEND – be sure to check your Spam folder if you can’t find the email.

In return, Colin’s family would be very grateful if you made a donation to Bru Columbanus – a charity which provide ‘home from home’ accommodation to the families of seriously ill patients in Cork hospitals.

You can make a donation here:

Enter your details and answer the simple maths question (to fool the spambots) to get a download of the pdf of the order of service.
If you’re not on there already, we’ll add your email to the Blacklist. You’ll get the chance to unsubscribe via a confirmation email.

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4 Responses to Colin Vearncombe Memorial Order of Service

  1. Warti Miedema 11 March 2016 at 6:51 am #

    Its a nice gesture, this thing with the memorial order of service. Ive thought a moment about getting one because its nice to have one since I coundnt be there in person. But then I thought that nothing can bring Colin back from death, so why should I hold on to a peace of paper from his memorial? Hes with angels now, who will guide him further to whatever his next task will be. Holding on to him doesnt help Colin, doesnt help his family and certainly wont help me.
    Besides, the way I look at life and death makes me feel that the soul cant die. So that Colin himself isnt really dead either, only his life on earth has ended when his body stopped living. His soul lives on, so Colin does to. Thats the way I believe it is. Its my truth and Im aware that whats true for me not necessarily is true for others.I respect that with the trust that others respect my views on the matter. And we always have Colins music, and our memories with it and the memory of the good man himself and that wonderful voice! Ill always love his voice.

  2. Madeleine Rathmell 25 March 2016 at 11:55 pm #

    What a lovely gesture. I couldn’t go to Liverpool unfortunately, so wanted to go to support Colin’s family and friends, but made donation. The Order of Service is a beautiful momento of a day that none of us would have wanted to happen. But it did. Nothing anybody can say can take the hurt away, but hope that the fact that Colin was so well thought of helps in some way. I have found that the normality of life pulls you through awful times.
    I will always love Colin’s songs and amazing voice, we have that left to us.

  3. schmidt tamara 26 March 2016 at 10:18 pm #

    Nous sommes de tout cœur avec vous.Nous éspérons qu’il va s’en remettre.
    Nous adorons les musiques qu’il a écrit elles sont magnifiques.
    De la part de la famille Schmidt ont vit en Alsace à Neuf-Brisach.

  4. Rob 20 April 2016 at 9:53 pm #

    A simple thank you.

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