Miss Diana Jones

Di Jones donation pic.jpgOf Trowbridge, sadly passed away on the 15th March 2024, aged 77 years.

Diana will be dearly missed by all her family and friends.

A service to celebrate Diana's life will take place at Leafy Lane Natural Burial Woods, Corsham on Thursday 4th April 2024 at 2:00pm.

Donations in memory of Diana for the RUHX and Julia's House can be made by clicking on the 'Donate' button below where your generosity can be increased with the benefit of Gift Aid.

For further enquiries please contact Aaron Bewley or Sally Reid at AJB Funerals, Corsham, 01249 713134

Total collected to date: £477.07

Charity details

Royal United Hospital Charitable Fund

At RUHX, we’re more than a hospital charity.  


We go further to give every patient the extra extraordinary care they deserve, while supporting our staff to do what they do best and furthering innovation within our hospitals. We’re out there in our community, collaborating with the people and organisations who drive real change. And we’re making sure that every penny we raise goes towards improving health, happiness and wellbeing for everyone in our community.


We are RUHX. And together, we have the power to do more.

Registered Number 1058323


Julia's House Limited

Julia’s House is not a typical children’s hospice. We provide practical and emotional support for families caring for a child with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition, providing frequent and regular support in their own homes, in the community or at our hospices.

Registered Number 1067125


Service details

Celebration of a Life

04 April, 2024 14:00

Leafy Lane Natural Burial Woods

Leafy Lane, Leafy Lane, Rudloe, Corsham, SN13 0LD

Messages of condolence

With happy memories of times spent in our little church in Ibberton, part of the Hillside Parishes and the care you showed us all.

Mrs Jane Abell

With loving memories of Diana and heartfelt condolences to Martin, Judith and family.xx

Mrs Katrina Lay

Di showed great kindness to us and we will never forget her warmth and her love.

Revd John Bennett