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Neil Franklyn Wyatt

Neil sadly passed away on the 27th March 2021 aged 71 years. He will be dearly missed by all that knew him.


Donations will be gifted to the following charities:

  • Cancer Research UK
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  1. To my dear friend Neil I will sadly miss you such a kind and gentle person. Remember are times playing football at lytchett rt and when we all went up the rec after school.
    We also joined Poole sea cadets and had many adventure their. Remembering the time you use to come round are house for dinner or tea and my dad taking the Micky what do you want wyatt. Well till we meet again my friend leggy

    Graham legg
  2. With great love – Barbara & David Marsh

    Barbara Marsh
  3. Very sad news, Neil will be much missed. Sincere condolences to Glynis and family.

    Lynn and Malcolm Teague
  4. Neil was a kind man with strong values. He was a true friend to Geoff, who will miss him terribly.
    We need more Neil’s in this world.
    Much love to all his family.
    Lee and Jane Aplin

    Jane Aplin
  5. Neil will be forever in my thoughts

    Geoff Aplin
  6. Remembering Neil a lovely man, may he rest in peace. Sending love and condolences to Glynis and family. XX

    Bob and Sheila Maidment
  7. I remember playing football with you at the Pembroke. A good reliable defender. Also our trips to White Hart Lane with Kev in your Ford Corsair which we all took turns in owning! Still waiting for Spurs to win the league!! Great memories of a great person. Thoughts are with your family. RIP Neil.

    Nigel Peel
  8. You are now at peace Neil after such a long illness, sending our condolences to all the family and friends who will miss you greatly …

    Carol, Ron and Simon
  9. Remembering a good friend and fellow Cherries supporter. We will miss your help and support. Fond memories of days spent together enjoying the hobbies we shared. Love to Glynis and the family.

    Neil and Jacqui Vacher
  10. In a second attempt to say,Neil was a great class mate at school,loyal player of ouf football team who never gave up trying at Lytchett R T,also worked with bim delivering news papers with so much fun and of course,both Glynis,and Neil always gave me a cup of tea when visiting from NZ.
    He was a role model Husband,Father,and freind and will always miss his smile.


    Ken Beevers

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