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17 entries.
John John from Mansfield Notts wrote on January 13, 2019 at 6:01 pm:
It was a pleasure knowing and working with you back in the red lion back in the 80s,rip Julia fly high and paint the sky's with a rainbow.xx
Tammy Tammy from Manchester wrote on January 13, 2019 at 11:33 am:
Thank you for the talk you gave me many years ago. Thanks for being that friendly face around that we could approach and talk to you will be truly missed
Kenny Livingstone Kenny Livingstone from Manchester wrote on January 10, 2019 at 8:30 pm:
I will always remember my days working for you at Hollywood, Manhatten, Legends & Hotel International with great fondness! You tolerated the shannanigans of my youth (mostly) and made me the person I am today! RIP luvvie and have a marvelous time running the Showbar in the sky xxx 🌈
Caroline Dickinson Caroline Dickinson from Manchester wrote on January 10, 2019 at 3:03 pm:
Julia you were one truly amazing legend I for one am going to miss you so much such a brave and inspirational lady and you did so much for the community R. I. P I will never forget you and thanks so much for everything you did for me and all the beautiful funny memories I will treasure for the rest of my life Jonathan and your beautiful family did you proud fly high angel gone but never forgotten x
Annie Wallace Annie Wallace from Manchester wrote on January 9, 2019 at 10:37 pm:
I first met Julia in 2000 and was a bit in awe of the woman who had set me on my life path many years before. We became good friends soon after and I helped her with stuff for the Hollywood group, the two Gayfests, her websites and other technical stuff. When she organised the first Benidorm Pride in 2011, she called on me to be her stage manager, and we had a great week in that October. In the last few years we kept in touch and had the occasional lunch to catch up as well. It's such a shame to see one of life's feisty, powerful, controversial, pioneering figures pass with so much yet to give. Rest well Julia. You will never be forgotten. x
Annamariehanson Annamariehanson from Manchester wrote on January 7, 2019 at 2:09 pm:
To a lovely lady with fond memories ur the queen of all queens and love buy everyone u done us proud and was a fighter to end so u dance with the stars up in heaven love 💕 Fran Annamarie family night god bless sweetheart
Neil Neil from Scotland wrote on January 6, 2019 at 7:20 pm:
I have know Julia many many years she give me my first bar job and from there on we come great friends she was a amazing women who did so much for the trans and gay community’s not in 1 place but many at times she may of come across as harsh that was just her way but she had a heart of gold and would always try and hep anyone and give good advice I know she was always there at the other end of the phone or a message. She hit so many hearts and people and was talk about all over the world. Julia will always be remembered what a lady God Bless you and be a Peace now you amazing Lady. You have done a wonderful job over the years and now it time to thought of and takes about for the wonderful women you were. Take care on your final Journey But Never Forgotten go now in Peace.
Hazell Dean Hazell Dean from London wrote on January 6, 2019 at 3:54 pm:
God speed to you Julia. With love. Hazell Dean xxx
Angela Angela from Preston wrote on January 6, 2019 at 9:43 am:
Auntie Julia, you will be greatly missed. Hearing about all the lives you have touched has been inspiring. You were loved by many both near and far, you were peoples hand in the dark and a voice for the quiet. You lit the way for so many and gave them the courage to stand firm. Find peace and rest now. Love always Angela ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 xxx
Andrew. Andrew. from Manchester. wrote on January 6, 2019 at 1:17 am:
A remarkable Lady, a pillar in the community. She got involved, stood up for what she believed in, fought with passion and won with soul. With thanks to incredible people like Julia so many are able to stand proud and wave their flag of many colours with respect and honor. She gave the week a voice enabling so many to be seen, heard and understood. She fought secretly and publicly, rain or shine. Changing people's lives for the better. She lit our everlasting candle of hope and shielded it from the wind. Her generosity, belief and dedication gave many light in their darkest hour. Julia, not only our community but the rest of the world needs more people like you. Time for you to take your rest, sleep well knowing your honoured by so many. You will be deeply missed but never forgotten. It's time for each and everyone of us to continue your work, your fight and your belief. Thank you for lighting the path of hope, you can be rest assured we will continue to keep it burning brightly. Rest in peace Julia. Love & Light x
Nathan Goldthorpe Nathan Goldthorpe from Blackpool wrote on January 6, 2019 at 1:11 am:
RIP now in the stars Xx X.
GARY ROBERTS GARY ROBERTS from Preston wrote on January 5, 2019 at 8:14 pm:
My dearest sister, my friend, my inspiration- you took on the whole world and beat it time after time. You built many bridges and burnt a few ( a few that needed to be burnt) You will be missed, the silence will be deafening. You are at peace on your terms. Sleep tight big sis and say hi to mam for me. Love always. Your little brother. GARY x
Julie Julie from Pret wrote on January 5, 2019 at 7:16 pm:
Miss you so much Julia, the last 12mths have been hard for all of us and to loose you in the end we’re all broken, but as a family your sisters and brothers fought with you till the end, your greatly missed, your little girl daisy has settled down with Alfie, miss you my big sister love🌈 julie
Stephen Whittle Stephen Whittle from Stockport wrote on January 5, 2019 at 5:29 pm:
Sarah and I met Julia in late 1979/early 1980. We had agreed to take part in the second documentary she was filming with David Pearson. What a complete breath of fresh air when she strolled into our house - the first member of our community who refused to be frightened. Such fun, so thoughtful, bright and intelligent, she made me laugh, and think, and ..... dance on the table in a Greek restaurant. Thank you for being such an important part of our lives.
Julie J Julie J from Chesterfield wrote on January 4, 2019 at 11:04 pm:
Thank you so much for many fun nights in the 80’s when you DJ’d at the Manhattan bar in Chesterfield you gave us such a great time with your fab humour and wit! You are truly inspirational. RIP Julia❤️
Michael Prime Michael Prime from Lichfield wrote on January 4, 2019 at 11:41 am:
Julia you were one of a kind, we met when you asked me to do the photography for Benidorm Pride and remained good friends. You will be missed by myself and thousands of people who’s life’s you changed. Keep causing havoc Luvvie. Lots of love Michael xxx
John Walker (Dj Excell) John Walker (Dj Excell) from Sheffield wrote on January 4, 2019 at 2:24 am:
Time to rest now my dear friend your fight is over See you on the other side Love J xxxxx