The 'EastEnders' star's funeral was attended by just 29 people due to coronavirus restrictions, and her loved ones want to give her a more fitting send-off.
Limited mourners will be able to attend the service in London on Friday 8th January due to lockdown restrictions.
The end of 2020 is fast approaching and – to use a worn-out phrase – it's safe to say it's been an unprecedented year.Among the chaos of the year sadly, as usual, we've also lost a number of famous faces from across the spectrum of entertainment.We've seen a few more greats from the Golden Age of Hollywood bid farewell, as well as some stars who have tragically passed much too soon.
The late star played Saucy Nancy in the original television adaptation of Barbara Euphan Todd's stories.
He sent a heartfelt message to the winner of an award named in his late wife's honour.
TV and film star Dame Barbara Windsor has died aged 83.Dame Barbara, who starred in a host of Carry On films and played Peggy Mitchell on BBC soap EastEnders, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2014. Her condition worsened during lockdown.Her death was announced by her husband Scott Mitchell.
The soap stalwart and much-loved entertainer was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2014.
The current Queen Vic landlord revealed the touching note he received from the 'EastEnders' veteran when he joined the soap.
The EastEnders star is used to having plenty of visitors but is can no longer entertain because of lockdown
The 'EastEnders' icon appeared alongside her partner Scott Mitchell on behalf of Alzheimer's Society.
The former 'EastEnders' star is making a rare public appearance to ask for dementia care investment.
Barbara Windsor's team, Barbara's Revolutionaries, has raised over £100,000 for Dementia Revolution before the race takes place in the capital city.
Her husband will be running the marathon this weekend with a number of her former EastEnders co-stars in support of Dementia Revolution.