Share Your Memories of Debbie

Use the form below to add a photo or treasured memory.

If you want to share a memory, but not a photo, the form has a default photo pre-selected that you can use. If you have a photo to share, just click “Remove file” and then you’ll be able to upload your own.

If you just want to share a photo and not a memory, put the title of the photo or a short description in the “Your treasured memory” box to submit the form.

Share your memory of Debbie
Maximum upload size: 4MB

Privacy law means that we cannot store or display your memories of Debbie without your express permission. By checking the "I Agree" box below, you agree to allow the storage and display of your form submission on this website.

Recently Submitted Memories

Baby bro (Speefie)

A memory I have was when me and Debbie went back to visit Germany again when we were in our 20’s. Was a bizarre holiday to say the least and whilst met with some challenges we had the best time ever. We hired a car and went to the old JHQ Rheindahlen where we both

Mike Headspeath

Debbie was such a fun loving wee soul. I have many happy memories of Debbie and her love of Arabian & Egyptian culture. Whilst on holiday in Saudi Arabia Debbie and I visited a traditional bakery where they made fresh flat bread about the size of a car tyre with some galapah (lentil dahl style

David Headspeath

Everyday I have memories and thoughts about my big beautiful sis. Throughout the last 16 months since her passing I have had various signs. I am the biggest cynic out there or I was. A beautiful memory I have is when we were in the botanical gardens in Edinburgh and it was a lovely warm

Peggy & Bert Kellard

We were lucky to have had Debbie in our family for about 20 yrs, and have many lasting memories with her. This photo was one occasion we enjoyed at Seckford Hall. She will always have a place in our hearts.

Andrew Headspeath

I remember when I was about 12 my big sister Debbie came to visit us in Saudi Arabia. Words could not express how much I looked up to her. She was perfect in every way: beautiful, funny, kind – my role model. We also shared a love for literature. At the time I was a


Debbie always had an affinity towards Arabian culture, so when I found out she was coming to visit us in Saudi I couldnt wait to show her around!! I was so excited to have my cool big sis with me. Dad drove me, Debbie and Andrew off track to the middle of some sand dunes.

Syreeta x

Debbie You were my first friend In Germany Took me in, Sheltered me Under your infinite Wing. Michael Jackson And Heavy Metal, Deep brown eyes So kind. You were the quietist And the coolest too. You loved the movie Dirty Dancing Even though the soundtrack Made you cry Over some boy Who’d hurt you With

Julie Walters

Debbie and I were best friends in primary school. I remember spending time in her bedroom singing and and acting out plays and movies. One of Debbie’s favourites was the Wizard of Oz, she went on to play the part of Dorothy in the school play at Braybrook Primary School and was amazing. Debbie and

Tony Gardiner

Possibly my fondest moment was when Debbie and I went to Paphos in Cyprus to attend Debbie`s brothers wedding. One evening Debbie, Mike, Elaine and I went to a bar called Big Mama`s, happy hour was going well and we all had enjoyed a few drinks when this photo was taken. Sadly Debbie was taken


Debbie was always my cool big sister. I remember when I was 16 she took me to Wembley to see the Smashing Pumpkins. We went the day together in London. Debbie got me a beer at the concert and I felt really grownup sitting there with a beer. We laughed a lot that day, even

Elaine Gardiner

Mum and Debbie aged about 6 months

Elaine Gardiner

Debbie was born on 29th January 1976, one month early at 6lbs 12oz, my first child. She was a beautiful baby and grew into a lovely happy little girl. When she started school her teacher told me she was “a breath of fresh air”. She loved to sing and dance and usually got the star


The two Sandras with Debbie and China the dog


I can honestly say that I feel so privileged as I have so many treasured memories of Debbie all the way through her life. I first knew Debbie when she was six months old and I took her out for walks in her pram. There was hardly a day went past that I did not

David Headspeath

I will get the ball rolling with the memories. A great memory I have is in 1992 during the Freddie Mercury tribute concert. Bohemian Rhapsody came on with Elton John and Axel Rose. I pretended to be Elton and Debbie pretended to be Axel. We used mums porcelain fruit bowl and wedged her makeup brush

adminTreasured Memories