Jackie Statham

Book of Condolences

Please use the comments section below to leave your messages of condolence.

Thank You

29 thoughts on “Jackie Statham

  1. Phil Capp

    Jackie did so much for the railway for so long and will be greatly missed. My thoughts go out to her family at this sad time.

  2. Mandy Beacock

    Jackie was such an incredible & inspiring lady. I loved working with her, especially during the Santa’s. I helped in the ticket office & looked forward to our chats about many things, but mostly the railway. She was so generous with her knowledge & experience which fascinated me. How lucky was I, to know her & spend time with her. I will miss her so much & remember her always. Sending much love & heartfelt condolences to Claire & family X

  3. Phil Nadin

    Jackie was very committed to the railway for so many years, she will be missed greatly, sending my condolences to Claire & Family

  4. Ernest Sollis

    I’ve only known you for a short time, Jackie, but I will miss you and your cheery smile on the platform at Rowsley South. Condolences to all the family.

  5. David Horton

    A Shock when I heard of Jackie passing , Jackie was a star – respected her for what she had to deal with – a railway is hard work – you will be remembered for all your dedication to the railway – gods speed – your final train awaits you at the station to take you onwards – my condolences to Claire and family.

  6. Jim Thorneycroft

    So shocked when I heard this news, a remarkable lady who will be greatly missed. I only knew Jackie through my contact with her organising the annual Peak Rail 7 charity race and she was always s credit to Peak Rail with her helpfulness and enthusiasm. Condolences to all her family and colleagues

  7. Adrian Priest

    Jackie lived and breathed for Peak Rail. I joined in 2018 as a volunteer and she was always very supportive of me, in everything I did and everything I wanted to do. Rest in peace Ma’am. My sympathy is with Clair at this difficult time.

  8. Sean Martin

    I met Jackie when I was only 9 years of age she took me under her wing and she taught me so much Jackie you played a big part in the railway she will be greatly missed by all.
    RIP Jackie xx

  9. Andy Coward

    Was very sorry to hear of Jackie’s death and my deepest and sincere condolences to Claire at such a sad time. Her commitment and dedication to the railway was amazing and I am sure her loss will leave a gap that is very hard to fill. Rest in peace.

  10. Sam Bridges

    Rest In Peace Jackie, you made me feel welcome on my first day when I joined as Volunteer,

  11. John Brady

    So shocked and saddened to learn of Jackie’s passing. Been a pleasure to work with her for the last 20 or so years even if I didn’t always agree with everything. She was very dedicated and enthusiastic and will be very much missed. Our sincere condolences to Claire and family. Finally time to put your feet up and rest Jackie. Christine and John. X X

  12. Ian Beacock

    Peak rail have been so very fortunate to have had Jackie in charge. I recall some years back when I was made redundant and had time to be able to come up to the Railway to undertake various jobs but sadly due to my redundancy had no money to buy fuel with. Jackie so very kindly offered to pay for this over the coming months thus enabling me to continue attending the railway pending me getting back into full time employment. Thank you Jackie. this was an exceptional gesture. You will always be remembered. Sincere condolences to Claire and family.

  13. Ellen Horne

    We were all shocked and deeply saddened to hear of Jackie’s passing – what a lovely lady she was – always made me smile and laugh whenever I saw her and always had such a good sense of humour and a twinkle in her eye. I know she will be sorely missed by everyone who had the pleasure to know her. I’d like to pass my sincere condolences to her lovely daughter Claire, thinking of you at this sad time and sending love.

  14. Josie

    Jackie you are so greatly missed. I’ve been so lucky to have known you. Thank you for giving me confidence when I started with you on the Palatine doing the Sunday Lunches and Afternoon teas. This will always hold a place in my heart due to the care you showed us all. I have many happy memories with you and will miss you. Sending my love to Claire, I’m so sorry for your loss. Rest in peace Jackie xx

  15. Stella

    Shocked when I heard but not surprised. She worked so hard and played so little, RIP Jackie xx

  16. John P

    We had good times, we had bad times but you always gave as good as you got but never any malice from either side.

    Bon Voyage Jackie, safe journey.

    Commiserations Claire. xxx

  17. Lisa Thorpe

    So surprised to hear this, I cannot remember peak rail without you being there. My thoughts are with Claire and family.

  18. Axel Albert Klozenbuecher

    Very shocked to hear of Jackie’s passing.
    She has been a hugely passionate advocate for Peak Rail over many years and I am sure will be missed.
    Condolences to Claire and family.
    Axel Klozenbuecher

  19. Steve Lloyd

    Very sorry to learn of Jackie Statham’s passing.
    A cornerstone of Peak Rail never forgotten.

    By just a member. Rest in peace and thank you.

  20. David Bardsley

    I was so sorry and shocked to hear of Jackie’s passing. I have found her to be most helpful & efficient in my contacts with Peak Rail & I am sure that her qualities will be much missed. My condolences to her family & friends.
    David Bardsley

  21. Roy Maskrey ,Late of Rowsley railway cottages. patriciamaskrey@gmail.com

    Like everyone else who are shocked to hear of Jackie’s death ,I have known her for most of my life both at school and throughout adult life ,Plasticard Matlock Bath and Peak rail ,what a lady x

  22. Christopher Jacquier

    I didn’t know Jackie socially but I always looked forward to meeting her and walking on the Peak Rail route which, despite dificulties, was managed, operated and maintained by excellent teams. Jackie ran a very good railway – a reference standard for the practical application of the The Railways and Other Transport Systems … Regulations 1994 – a practical standard which will be managed by those with whom Jackie worked and retained.
    My condolences to Claire and family.

    From a former Principal Inspector of Railways

  23. Victoria Oldham

    I have just heard the very sad news about Jackie.
    Jackie did so much for Peak Rail and everyone involved with the railway, and she was so committed to it, investing her time and money.
    My thoughts are with Claire.
    Victoria Oldham

  24. Edith Lang, Secretary, MMCS

    We knew Jackie through booking our annual camping to Peak Rail. She was so lovely and helpful and we all enjoyed our trips on Peak Rail. On behalf of The Midland Area of the Motor Caravan Section, C &CC we send our condolences to the family and to the volunteers of Peak Rail. She will be sorely missed.

  25. Craig Bownes

    I knew Jackie through being a shareholder and member of peak rail she was so lovely and helpful whenever I spoke to her and she was so dedicated to the restoration of the railway through the peak district she will be so sadly missed such sad news of her passing

  26. Rhianne jenner nee wheeldon

    I knew jackie all of my life, her and claire lived opposite my grandma, i had the honour of working closely with both of them through many event at peak rail and even doing the palatine. Im completely heartbroken over the news and have fond memories that i will treasure for ever

  27. Yasmine Lee nee Gratton

    Jacking gave me my first ever job at 13/14 working on the palatine and other events up until I turned 18/19 along with my good friend and then also gave my sisters jobs when they was old enough. She was an amazing lady and a great boss. She made everyone she met feel comfortable and I always looked after her palatine girls and we all left with a smile even if we had a busy day.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *