It is with great sadness I write of the recent passing of Annie Webster
Annie died on Wednesday following a massive heart attack. Without Annie, we would not be the custodians of The Lincolnshire Well Being Show. It would be unforgivable not to acknowledge Annie during this show. This was her favourite event and she was always enthusiastic about the Well Being Shows and she loved the Epic Centre venue.
So there is nothing more to write other than Annie, you will be missed by many people: You can be certain we will never forget you for the kindness and generosity offered by you and Martin in May 2017. Our thoughts are with you, Martin and family at this time.
One of the finest interviews recorded was with Annie: Please relisten to Annie’s thoughts and message in her memory.
With love and thanks Annie: Follow the ‘Moonlit Pathway’ to Sublime Peace
Liz and Ian
I plunged into a profound sense of sadness upon reading this news.
Jane Osborne and I had known her at the shows for the past couple of years. The older we all grow, the more life we experience, and Annie had experienced her fair share of life’s ups and downs. What always struck me was what good company she was, and how I invariably felt a little better, after spending time with her.
Patting her dog, manning her stall while she went for a coffee, exchanging texts, talking books and charity work or about her helping out in a clothes shop, her humanity and humour, were all pervading.
She deserves the brightest of Moonlit Pathways.
Kind Words – Gary
I knew Ann Marie from the first show she did at Bssk as a helper and watched her blossom we shared many giggles together and kept in contact when i retired from the Shows shared sadness and happiness shared our love for dogs and any animals in our chats resting in peace now Ann Marie sadly other gone to young you will be very missed .. You will be running free with those beautiful Moon Hares you loved so much.. Sending love to your family.
Kind words Jewel x