"what about these burgers then"
Austin you were a proper bloke
I shall always remember arriving at your farm to collect 40 lettuces etc.,
Rest in peace much love
David & Karen
Austin was such a loving, kind man and a pleasure to be around. I have lovely memories of going out on his combine harvester with him, looking at all his tractors and racing around the yard on my pink bike as a child. In 2016 we were lucky enough to have our wedding reception at the farm. During all the preparation in the week leading up to the wedding Austin was always on hand to make sure everything went according to plan. He was a genuinely nice person. Rest in Peace Austin
Bobby Hollinsworth is attending the funeral
So many happy memories of my adopted dad Austin, strawberry picking at North Star, trips to Convent garden in the lorry, me and Lizzie dressing up to go clubbing, he always said how beautiful we were, and as Lizzie's short chubby friend, made me feel fabulous, always made to feel part of
the family. Always larking about, such a happy person to be around. Hope you are having a snifter with my dad up there, catch you later, if I'm allowed in!
Susan Shepherd (Hayward)donated £40 in memory of Austin
To the best uncle who always looked out for me. So many happy memories. Brothers united now.
Love Susan x
Liz Clarkdonated £50 in memory of Austin
I will never forget your smiling face and your razor sharp wit, you were best dad a girl could have. You were always there for me for me when I needed you and you never let me down.
I will never forget sitting on the tank of your motorbike, hanging on to the handlebars and racing through the woods with you, it was the best! We had so many good times and I will cherish them for ever.
See you on the other side.
Love Liz xxxxx
Graham Haywarddonated £50 in memory of Austin
So many memories of the fun we had riding our bikes together. Not just an uncle, but one of my best friends. Will never forget you and everything we did together.
To Austin (number 1) with love from Graham (number 2)
Gary Clarkposted a picture
Austin on the Cadbury Poster
Gary Clarkdonated £50 in memory of Austin
Gone but you will never be forgotten, I shall miss you around your farm, along with your duties as head of maintenance! Rest in piece, your adopted son (and son-in-law)
Motor Mode UKdonated £100 in memory of Austin
We will all miss you, your cheeky smile and banter, and your continuous help when we needed it. Our heartfelt thanks for making us feel so at home at Moorcocks Farm. Love from all the staff at Motor Mode UK x