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Helen Sampson – Memorial Service

Ian Nicholson - 15th June 2015

Helen Sampson – Memorial Service It was with great sadness that Woking FC learned of the sudden death of Helen Sampson on 30th May. Helen, who was just 44, was a fervent, lifelong Woking fan and a well known face at Kingfield and will be sadly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with Helen’s friends and family at this sad time.

Helen was also very involved with Girls Brigade and the United Reformed Church in Woking. The crematorium service in Guildford is for family and close friends on Friday 26th June and this will be followed by a memorial service at 4pm at Woking URC, White Rose Lane, Woking GU22 7HA. There is lots of space at the church and everyone is invited and welcome for a celebration of Helen’s life. Helen’s mum has asked that people wear red and white to reflect her two football loves – Woking and Manchester United – so scarves, hats and football shirts are welcome.

Parking for Helen's memorial service will be in the Heathside Car Park. which is just 100 metres away.

The family would love anyone from WFC to be there.

Finally a donation page is available for people to make donations towards a hardship fund at Woking URC. The money will be ring-fenced to help the disadvantaged young people who were close to Helen's heart. For example, those families who can't afford to send children on the annual Girls' Brigade camp will receive help.

The page is at: http://helen.sampson.muchloved.com/
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