Joe Manley (13 Nov 1999 - 29 Jul 2018)

Funeral Service

Location
Truro Cathedral St Mary's Street Truro TR1 2AF
Date
18th Aug 2018
Time
10am
Funeral Director
Cornwall Funeral Services

In loving memory of Joe Manley, who died on 29th July 2018.

Joe's funeral will be held at Truro Cathedral on Saturday August 18th. Everybody who wishes to pay their respects to Joe will be welcome to attend. Please arrive by 9.30am to be ready for the service to start promptly at 10am. It will finish at 11am. Please do not wear traditional formal funeral dress - this is a celebration of Joe's life and he would want to see you all at your bright and beautiful best.

There will be no wake, but tea and biscuits will be available in the cathedral garden after the service. There will be a private committal.

Family flowers only, but if you wish, please make a donation to one of Joe's charities, the Camborne School of Mines or The Wallacea Trust, through the funeral director, Scott Watters, at Cornwall Funeral Services. Please note that the Cathedral will take 50% of any donation made during the funeral. Details of Joe's charities are below...

Camborne School of Mines. A message from Professor Kip Jeffrey, Head of the school:
"Joe was one of our scholarship students and due to start studying Geology at the Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter, in September. The excitement and possibilities of where that study would take him were clear for all to see.  The School was looking forward to his arrival and the joy of learning and growing with him. The family wants Joe’s ambition and enthusiasm to learn, to be remembered and to help support others who will pursue the life transforming opportunities of studying at the Camborne School of Mines. Donations would therefore be used to support students who need help to undertake and continue their studies –  fulfilling their potential and dreams. We hope that this will provide an enduring legacy to Joe’s love of the subject and his determination to study at the School.”

Operation Wallacea is a network of academics from European and North American universities, who design and implement biodiversity and conservation management research expeditions. Joe spent almost three weeks in the cloud forests and on the coral reefs of Honduras as part of an Operation Wallacea project last summer. We've rarely seen him so passionate and excited about something. He had a happy, life enhancing experience. The Wallacea Trust funds projects that empower communities and individuals to develop successful, commercially viable enterprises linked to the conservation of biodiversity. It is a project Joe believed was admirable, affective and worthwhile.

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Hannah Madeley - nee Taylor wrote

It broke my heart to hear the news about Joe. I adored teaching him through his GCSEs. Every lesson we had such a laugh and his personality was infectious. I have such fond memories of our English lessons. I am so sorry not to be able to celebrate his life today. My love and thoughts with all his family and friends. Miss Taylor, Richard Lander School
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Hannah Madeley - nee Taylor wrote

It broke my heart to hear the news about Joe. I adored teaching him through his GCSEs. Every lesson we had such a laugh and his personality was infectious. I have such fond memories of our English lessons. I am so sorry not to be able to celebrate his life today. My love and thoughts with all his family and friends. Miss Taylor, Richard Lander School
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Paula and Ian Taylor wrote

Our thoughts are with you at this extremely sad time. We are sorry that we are not there to celebrate Joe’s life today. We will remember Joe for his love of music, his amazing speed and skill on the pitch and the inspirational young man he was.

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Lisa (Mrs Watson) Grant wrote

My thoughts are with you all...

It was a pleasure to have been apart of Joes early education at Mount Hawke.. and as a friend of Kieran’s ... I was saddened by his death.
My deepest sympathy to you all..

Much love and blessings for 18th xx
Lisa xx

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