Mr Peter Stead


Total collected to date: £2,062.50

Charity details

Cancer Research Uk

Cancer Research fund scientists, doctors and nurses to help beat cancer sooner. They also provide cancer information to the public.

Registered Number 1089464

The Abingdon Music Centre Trust

The Abingdon Music Centre was established over 40 years ago to give the people of Abingdon opportunities to make music, whatever their age or experience. At present we run baby and preschool music classes, recorder and musicianship classes for children in Year 2 and above, and ladies choirs, and orchestra and various instrumental groups for adults.

Registered Number 309181

Messages of condolence

Jenny, Tim and Beth. Losing Peter still feels unreal. His passing has left a massive hole in your lives and in the lives of his friends and all those who knew him. We will treasure all the happy memories. Wendy and Robin

Mr & Mrs Robin Henderson

We were late-comers to knowing you, Peter, but we are so glad we made it! Thank you for your generosity of spirit, invigorating ideas, and kind sharing of so much musical expertise. Phil and Fliss

Mr Phil Henderson

A sad loss of a wonderfully gifted man. Our 2019 carol service was so memorable due to Peter's skill and patience with us all. We will miss him hugely.

Mr & Mrs Robert Sands

With admiration for Peter and sympathy to his family

Mrs Scilla Dudding

Dear Prof Stead, thank you for always being so patient. I wasn’t the best musician but you were always encouraging and inspiring. Will miss you and your lessons. From your music pupil in NIE. (2014-2015)

Ms Jolene Cheah

Jenny, Tim and Beth, It was an honour to join you yesterday to say goodbye to Peter, thank you for inviting us. Peter made a big impact in our lives and I know John will deeply miss his company, friendship, humour and late night long discussions about absolutely everything! Peter certainly enriched our lives and we have lots of lovely memories that we will cherish forever. Lots of love to you all and your families, Hilary and John xx

Mrs Hilary Rowles

So glad I had the opportunity to work with Peter on recent Abingdon Music Centre. He was so passionate about music and very encouraging to others. Sending love to Jenny and family, Helen x

Mrs Helen Eccleston

Very much 'better late than never' Peter. We will miss you always but are blessed to have known you and for that we are so grateful. Anthony & Sarah.

Mrs Sarah Noble

In remembrance of a true friend. With love, Barry and Antonia

Mr Barry Woolhead

Remembering Peter with much love and respect Chris & Marian

Mr Chris Clark

With many happy memories of times spent with Peter. Our love and condolences are with Jenny and family. Iain and Deb Sutherland xx

Mr Iain Sutherland

Remembering a warm, friendly and brave man. We are pleased to have known him. Our thoughts are with Jenny and all the family. John and Tricia

Dr & Mrs John and Tricia Evans

Sending our love and deepest condolences to Jenny, Tim, Beth and the rest of the family. We have many happy memories of good times spent with Peter in Singapore. We are so sorry that we can't be with you to say a proper farewell to a wonderful husband, father, granddad, brother, teacher, musician and friend.

Mr & Mrs Chris & Jim Fensom

Kind regards. Julie

Miss Julie Ansell

With love to Jenny and all the family. Peter was much loved and respected for his work at Radley CE Primary School. What he did mattered. With love, Grace Slater

Mrs Grace Slater

Sending our love and condolences to all the family - much love Joolz, Gareth, Tilly and Hector xxx

Mrs Joolz Mulcahy

On behalf of the Governors and Staff of Radley C of E Primary School I would like commerate the support and passion for education that Peter brought to the school. Our condolences to Jenny and family.

Mr Gareth Mulcahy

Our deepest condolences to the family of Mr Peter Stead. Mr Stead had been a fun, nurturing and selfless music educator and inspired many of us. From NIE PDGE Batch 2014-2015 (Singapore)

NIE PGDE 2014-2015

Thank you Mr Stead. Your one little admonishment to me way back in 2010 has kept me grounded in the belief that my students must be at the forefront of the musical experiences we design in our lessons.

Miss Jean Cai

Because 'Music, when soft voices die, vibrates in the memory'. Percy Shelley.

Ms Shaw

Being a student of Prof Stead, I remember vividly our lessons in NIE, Singapore. He was a patient and kind professor who demonstrates passion in both music and teaching. I wish his legacy can continue to benefit the researches in Cancer Research UK and the students in Abingdon Music Centre.

Ms MeiHui Wu

“Now cracks a noble heart ... And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest”

Dr Belinda Geddes