Richie Taylor, much loved friend of EEA and to so many and a man of extraordinary talents died suddenly and unexpectedly last month at his home in Somerset. We will miss him very much. We love and celebrate you Richie Three Balls.
Details about The Richie Three Balls Final Fling:
To all the friends and loved ones of the magnificent man that was Richie “3 Balls” Taylor.
You are invited to join us on 2 April at 12.15pm at Honor Oak Crematorium, Camberwell new Cemetery, Brenchley Gardens, London SE23 3RD (nearest station is Honor Oak Park).
The crematorium may not fit everyone inside but you are still welcome. There will be stories and music and we will continue to remember him from 1.00 pm to 6.00pm (although you can stay on at the pub for as long as you like) at The Ivy House, 40 Stuart Road, Nunhead, London SE15 3BE.
If you are coming, please let us know so that we can cater for enough people. Contact Deb Mullins via Facebook or [email protected]. If you are keen to play music or tell a story or even juggle please let Matt Richards know 07795361147 or at [email protected]. If you’d like to help out in any way we are thankful for your offer so please get in touch.
Some of you have offered to donate something to help us pay for all of this so please click here. The company ‘youcaring.com’ do not charge at all for this but Paypal will take 3.4% of any transaction for processing it. Please pass this on to anyone else who was a friend of Richie’s. He knew so many people. Many thanks.
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