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Andrew Richard Wigginton 'Wiggy'

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Andrew Richard Wigginton 'Wiggy'

Total

£140.00
+ gift aid potential
£33.25

Passed away on 01 October 2021, aged 41 years.

Donations in memory of Andrew will be gratefully received.

Page closed on 26 November 2021

Funeral Service
Date & Time:Wednesday 27 Oct 2021 03:00 PM
Service:West Berkshire Crematorium
Location: Bath Road Thatcham RG19 4LD
 
 

Kidney Research UK

Kidney Research UK

Kidney Research UK is the largest funder in the United Kingdom dedicated to supporting research into kidney disease - a potentially fatal illness for which there is currently no cure. Founded in 1961, 2011 was the organisation's 50th anniversary funding groundbreaking medical research to save lives. We have over £10.1 million invested in research at any one time, awarding grants to doctors, nurses and researchers across the UK. We also award grants to kidney patients so that they can cope with the unexpected costs of their condition, and campaign for better patient access to renal services. Kidney disease is a silent killer. Every year an estimated 50,000 people are treated for kidney failure, 3,000 people die on dialysis and 300 die waiting for a kidney transplant. Kidney Research UK is dedicated to substantially reducing these numbers through funding life-saving research into kidney disease and by generating public awareness of kidney heal

www.kidneyresearchuk.org

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Donations

  • £20.00 (+ £4.75) Anonymous online donation
  • £20.00 (+ £4.75) Stephen Lewis online donation
    RIP cheeky boy!
  • £100.00 (+ £23.75) Everyone at The Six Bells, Warborough online donation
    We all miss you at work, the pub is definitely not the same. It was a pleasure working with you, we had some fun, a lot of hard work and miss Queen playing at the end of the shift. The loss for your parents and family must be unbearable and we send them our love. We miss you Wiggy xx