Noel Talbot (2 Feb 1976 - 7 Apr 2020)

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In loving memory of Nolan Christopher Talbot, who sadly passed away on 7th April 2020. Beloved father, son, brother, uncle, friend and partner.

Noel was a larger than life character, with a mischievous sense of humour.
He excelled in everything he did and lived life to the fullest. He had many hobbies and interests, it's a wonder he had the time to carry all of them out.

It was no secret that Noel enjoyed raising money for various charities. If you would like to donate to a charity on his behalf, he was raising money for the Rosemere Cancer Foundation in Barrow-in-Furness.

Noel will be greatly missed by all those who knew him! We would love for everyone to comment with their memories of him.

In Noel's own words "We are here for a good time, not a long time. One life, live it".

Hilary Rider donated £20 in memory of Noel

Happy memories of hearing tales of Nolan as a boy and young man from his living parents. Thoughts are with all the family x

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  • ** From his loving parents x

    Posted by Hilary on 20/05/2020 Report abuse
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Sarah Allen donated in memory of Noel
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Sam Elliott donated £30 in memory of Noel

Such terrible news. RIP Noel.

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Ged Talbot donated £30 in memory of Noel

Many memories of watching you grow from boy to man.
What a life you lived, glad to have been a part of it.
RIP Noel
Ged, Jackie, Emma & Georgina

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Anne-Maire walsh donated £20 in memory of Noel

We need a big party to celebrate your life when this is over. R.I.P Nolan xx

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Justin Talbot donated £20 in memory of Noel

RIP Noel, you are going to be sorely missed by many, I will remember you for ever, an will cherish our times especially those in Morecambe. Happy Times xx

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Michelle Baird donated £10 in memory of Noel

Thinking of you all xxx R.I.P Noel I didn’t know you but heard wonderful things about you!x

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Louise Swainson donated £10 in memory of Noel

Condolences.

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Russell Davis donated £10 in memory of Noel

Rest in peace Noel, Margaret and Eric Cooper.

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Russell Davis donated £20 in memory of Noel

Many fond memories from a boy to a man, full of fun and laughter, from the Davis family.

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Matt Newbound donated £20 in memory of Noel

Noel was an excellent character who everyone loved. He taugtht me some of the foundational skills in my advanced diving that have allowed me much excitement and pleasure over the years, a fair few of them on dive trips to Scapa Flow with Noel.
Its so sad that Noel was taken from us all early. Lets remember him and all make the most of our lives.
Matt

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Cathy Harker donated £5 in memory of Noel

Sending Love ❤️

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David & Valerie Walton donated £30 in memory of Noel
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Roger and Sandi Neale donated £50 in memory of Noel
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Andrew & Gina O’Hara donated £20 in memory of Noel

RIP Nolan, your legacy will continue through your 3 gorgeous children x x

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Trish Crawley donated in memory of Noel
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Kierran Neale wrote

I have so many memories of my cousin Noel. Being born in the same year and only a few months apart I think we were destined to be close as cousins, and this rang true in many of my early memories, as youngsters with our families attending each other's houses for holidays and celebrations.

Holidays in Morecambe, crabbing at the sea lido, sea fishing, bike riding round the caravan site, I remember a certain talent contest, singing a fivepenny piece song in which the song ended prior to a naughty word, but of course, Noel forgot to stop, I can still chuckle to the rooms muted gasps and giggles. And there was that big family holiday to Scotland, where Noel had his foot in a pot. After a week of boys being boys, playing in rivers and woods and getting dirty and sweaty, I can see him now with his foot out the car window when we had to drive anywhere because oh my how that pot stunk.

I have Nolan to thank for attempting to teach me how to skateboard, I was never as skilled as he was, but even then he took the time to try and get me going on one. It was down to Noel that I also found an interest in remote control cars, evenings spent on the school playground behind their house driving them round, and the occasional weekend we even used to attend the Halifax RC Race Track for some racing.

When we finally moved up to Yorkshire, I look back on what I like to think of as my ‘true’ formative years, Having to start in a new school was so less daunting thanks to Noel being there, He and his group of friends welcomed me into their group and helped me realise the error of my ways with things like music, dress sense and the ways of life, and those times down 'the hut' in Dan's back garden chatting away about allsorts.
I remember those school years meeting at the interchange for some Karamarahootay (sliding down the escalator handrail for those that don't know) while waiting for the school bus.
Noel also encouraged me to join the swimming and life saving team, attending competitions and swim meets, I recall one swimming competition, we were sat around waiting for our race, Noel had his Walkman on oblivious to the rest of the pool being called to silence for the start of another race, he blasts out at full pelt a section of Guns and Roses with some obscenities, I can still see the teacher Stan’s face now.

I recall a time when Noel was my sailing partner in my dad's boat, weekends spent at scammonden reservoir, we even went to some other sailing clubs to take part in some competitions, I don't recall ever winning any races, and I think we spent more time in the water than in the boat, but we had fun doing it.

I'm sure some others reading this will also remember our scouting days in Ventures, some interesting times there, several brushes with one his eventual jobs when we had a visits from the police when a night game went astray, or playing football with hot rocks from the fire, which promptly left a fire trail as it burnt the grass.

Reflecting on the early days of my relationship with Michelle, nights out attending various gigs or jam sessions with Noel playing, and he would always fulfil Michelle's request for ‘The Fields of Athenry’ if he could. His singing voice and lilt would always sound great.
When Michelle and I got our house together, Noel again was there for us, spending many an hour or so assisting me with various DIY jobs, bringing his skills and his ever willing offer to assist.
When Michelle and I finally married, Noel was there as my best man supporting me through the day and into the night.

Although Noel and I drifted apart as we got older and ‘real life’ gets in the way, I know if I called on him for help he would be there.

My thoughts are with all those he has left behind, may we take comfort in the fact that we had the honor of knowing Noel and seeing his many changes and developments in his life.

Thank you Noel for being a fantastic cousin. Taken too soon, gone but never forgotten. May you ride, drive, ski, dive or whatever new fad takes your fancy till we meet again.

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  • Lovely words Kierran, really brings Noel’s character through.

    Posted by Paul on 23/04/2020 Report abuse
  • Great words Kierran ... thinking of you all, Talbots,, Neales & Kershaws x

    Posted by Anthony on 23/04/2020 Report abuse
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Amy Buchanan donated £10 in memory of Noel
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Waine Pybus wrote

Sending my heartfelt condolences to Noel's family and friends at what must be an incredibly difficult time. Reading through the tributes from far and wide is testament to what an absolute gent Noel was. I'd only been starting to get to know Noel over the last 5-6 months after joining Lodge Acacia but in this short time, I was humbled by the way Noel made me feel welcome in the lodge and provided me with lots of assurance and little pep talks. This is something that I will miss greatly but hope that I will continue to do him proud as I progress in my journey as a Freemason. Lodge nights will not be the same without Noel but his memory will live forever in our hearts.
R.I.P Noel

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Jackie & Jim Lunan donated £25 in memory of Noel
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Matt Leivers donated £10 in memory of Noel

Shared some fantastic trips to Scapa with Noel. Made even better by his presence. Usual the source of any humour. Not seen him for a while, unfortunately, but thought our paths would cross on a trip again somewhere. His outlook on life is inspirational. You will be missed and I’m sure a few glasses will be raised in memory.

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Wendy Talbot donated £30 in memory of Noel

In memory of a much loved nephew, Nolan who left us too early. You were well loved by all who new you and you will be sadly missed. Love forever Auntie Wendy & Uncle Frank xxxx

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Kelly Shaw donated £10 in memory of Noel

RIP Noel

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Michael and Glenis O'Hara donated £20 in memory of Noel
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