Colin Paul Alderslade

Colin Paul Alderslade

01.12.1960 - 29.05.2020

Colin passed away on 29th May 2020 aged 59 years. He will be sadly missed by all his family and many friends.



I miss you so much Dad. I wish I could have a beer with you mate! Love you Dad.

Phil Alderslade


Yesterday would of been your 62 birthday! You should be here, I hope wherever you are you're safe. Mum has done soo well with the garage, you'd approve. Dave is a father! Can you believe it? He does so well with Charlie, Charlie would of loved you, Rich is doing well, I think he finally understands where you and mum have been coming from all these years, all making you proud as best we can, Jake is in secondary school, he's growing up so fast! Oscars a little terror sometimes, but he's so cute with his cheeky smile you can't help but love him. I miss you every day. Xxxx

Brian Meldrum


Respect for a wonderful man resting in peace now never forgotten

Angie Alderslade


Hello my love, can't get my head around it being a whole year since your last ride. I've worked so hard and tirelessly for your legacy and dream. I won't ever stop. Your dream for Swanbourne Auto Works is now my dream in your honour.
I love you more and more each day and miss so much more and more each day. I know you are near as the time of your departure at Chichester crematorium a white feather fell from the sky, now I hold that very dear to my heart.
RIP my best friend and husband. All my love now and always xxxxxx your ever devoted wife Angie xx

Angie Alderslade


Hello darling, what can I say, it's been a very difficult year without you, but I've learnt a lot. I hope you will be proud of me and your sons for our achievements. I totally understand all your thoughts nowand will fight for you till the bitter end. I love you so much. Now and always my love. Your ever loving wife, soul mate friend saviour and best friend. Angie xxxx I love you so much xxx

Phil Alderslade


One year on and it's still hard to believe you're not here with us. I hope we are all making you proud. My heart still breaks without you here dad. I miss you every day! Oscar's got 4 teeth now (more than you had) he would of loved to of met you. Keep dreaming you're a motorbike and ride free. Love and miss you sooooooooo much xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Mary and Trevor Ayling


We were customers of Colins for years. We found him to be a very fair and considerate man. He always gave us a welcome and was very helpful on a number of occasions when we had problems with our vehicles and an odd breakdown.
He was clearly an enthusiast.
He loved his bikes, cars and most importantly, his family.
I worked with Angie many years ago in the caring profession and Colin’s son, Phil, cared for Ellie, our mother, so kindly and considerately.
We have lots of connections and we send all our love and many hugs to you, Colins’s family, who we know will miss him terribly.
We’re sad he didn’t have a retirement to spend riding his bikes and tinkering around with anything mechanical. Colin will be very well remembered by us. Trevor and Mary Jerome-Ayling

Phil Alderslade


Happy belated birthday Dad. Yesterday you would have been 60!! Miss you every day. Hope you are save. Love you lots xxxxxxxxx

christopher colegate


I have known Colin for quite a few years, having looked after several of our cars for us. He was always helpful and did not like to be beaten by a mechanical problem and always solved it . He was a man of few words but seemed to love his job. RIP Colin it was a privilege to have met you.



Dear Colin we are going to miss you, a great brother in law and uncle. Cherishing the times and moments we spent with you over the years. Love always. V, H & A



Donation made by me from the Midlands Bad Wabbit crew. Much love and many thanks

Rob Berryman


I was so honoured to ride his Suzuki Bandit on his last ride but the greater honour was to call him friend.

Roger holden


I was not a personal friend of the family Colin looked after my car, camper, motorcycle for the last 16 years. I got to say I all ways looked forward to my mots coming up as I would get to have a chat with him he did invite me to the cabin some times but sadly I never went I should have made the effort so yes going to miss our chats very much so one day I will look you up keep an eye open for me bless you mate xx

Angie Alderslade


Hello darling, really hope you like your Last ride xxxxx



In memory of Colin for those who eased his passing with such dignity & care.

Steph & Mark


So sorry we didn't get to raise a glass together again in Dent Colin. I think it was our round too! We will be there, joining you on your final ride our friend. You will be missed. Love Steph & Mark

Paul "Reverend" Brophy -LeMay.


One of my Happiest memories. Colin at 2019 Shindig.

Calvin Watson


Well Colin where am I going to get my bike MOT'd now! Very sad to hear of your passing. Nice man very considerate .
Calvin Watson

Val Barnes


Colin ... a lovely, gentle, man, generous of heart and always there for others ... a privilege to know. Ride free dear man ... love Val and Bob.

Angie Alderslade


Angie Alderslade
Night night darling. Love you to the moon and back sweetheart. All my love xxxx

Brian Meldrum


Colin was an outstanding man always willing to help others in all walks of life he has given everybody especially his family a lot of treasured memories thinking of you always mate
Lots of love and hugs to angie and all the family thinking of u all xxx

Lindi Howard


Ride free Colin.... you will be sadly missed. Love and respect. Twiz and Lindi xxx

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