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Branch News: Molesey

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Harvest Time at East Molesey Branch

Lodge Branch:
September 12th, 2017
Carol, our funeral arranger at East Molesey, has decorated the branch window in preparation for the autumn harvest. The girls will also be arranging a harvest collection on behalf of  the Food Bank, an initiative by Kingston Churches to provide emergency food for local people in crisis. So if you would like to donate, please bring in any suitable items to the branch.  ...
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For the Fathers Who Passed – Molesey Branch

Lodge Branch:
June 20th, 2017
Every year on Fathers Day we like to remember the Dad's who are no longer with us. This year at Molesey branch we marked the day with a bottle of beer and a poem called 'Dad's Place'....
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Molesey Branch Easter Display

Lodge Branch:
April 20th, 2017
Pat and Carol at Lodge Brothers Molesey branch decorated their window for Easter with the inclusion of a Dancing Chick. Any children that came in to dance with the chick were given a sweet!  ...
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Remembrance Day Window Display at Molesey Branch

Lodge Branch:
November 11th, 2016
Carol, our Funeral Arranger at Molesey branch, has decorating the window for Remembrance Day with reproduction newspapers from WW1 & WW2, along with flags and poppies....
Molesey Carnival Window

Lodge Brothers Supports Molesey Carnival

Lodge Branch:
June 6th, 2016
The annual Molesey Carnival took place last Saturday 4th June. There was a parade of many brightly decorated floats along with the marching bands and the usual crowning of the Carnival Queen. Our Branch Funeral Arranger, Pat Moller, life-time Molesey resident and also past Carnival Queen herself, was asked to knit the ‘Molesey Mole’ as a raffle prize. Pat also knitted a small version of the mole for the L...
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Queens Official Birthday “Knitted Tea Party” at Lodge Brothers Molesey

Lodge Branch:
May 23rd, 2016
The Queen's Official Birthday is celebrated at Lodge Brothers East Molesey with a fantastic window display made by Branch Funeral Arranger Pat Moller. Her hand made "knitted tea party" has attracted a lot of attention from passers-by, many of whom have commented on the originality and realistic effect of the sweets and cakes....
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Easter Chicks and Chocolates at Lodge Brothers Molesey

Lodge Branch:
April 1st, 2016
This year, our colourful Easter window display generated lots of interest from children and their families passing by on their school holidays. The children were always invited in to the branch to take one of the chocolate eggs. ...
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Happy St Patrick’s Day from Lodge Brothers Molesey

Lodge Branch:
March 17th, 2016
St Patrick’s Day is marked today at our branch at East Molesey. The display in the window shows the Irish flag, a shamrock (hand knitted by Pat) alongside a bottle of Guinness. Traditionally, the day is celebrated by a visit to Church in the morning, followed by dancing and merriment when the restrictions of Lent are lifted for one day! ...
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Mother’s Day at Molesey Branch

Lodge Branch:
March 10th, 2016
The funeral arrangers at Molesey branch received many comments on their pink-themed Mother’s Day display at the weekend. One client brought in a card and was very grateful for having it included in the display in remembrance of her mum. The poem “My Mother Kept a Garden” was displayed in the window which has some lovely thoughts about the caring and nurturing nature of mothers. ...
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St David’s Day Marked at Lodge Brothers Molesey

Lodge Branch:
March 2nd, 2016
As with all the Patron Saints Day’s, our branch arrangers at East Molesey have marked St David’s Day this week with all the essentials … daffodils, leeks and a carved wooden spoon in the shape of a dragon! The day marks the day that St David died, 1st March in the year 601. ...