Helen Wyles will be laid to rest at 3.15pm at the Old Crematorium, Ipswich on Wednesday 15th April. In line with the current restrictions, immediate relations only can attend.
However, in order for the wider community to pay their respects, the hearse will proceed through Coddenham from the bridge and up the High Street, at approximately 2.35 pm.
How you say ‘goodbye’ to Helen is at your discretion, but it may be an opportunity for a last round of applause from some of the audience she loved to entertain over many years.
A great turn out as Helen’s hearse slowly proceeded up the High Street on the 15th April.
A fitting farewell and final round of applause.
Dear Miss Wyles, I remember your beautiful mezzo voice as I was growing up and how you loved to serenade your beautiful Red Poll Cows. You always followed with interest my singing career asking my parents after me when ever you saw them. What a wonderful personality you were in our village. Rest In Peace dear Helen 🙏🏼 ❤️ 💐
Loved being in your famous play’s especially “Robin Hood”, you had changed the script after we had been to dress rehearsals!!!! Roy Hudd afterwards back stage thought it one of the funniest things he had seen in years! So sad to hear of his passing too recently