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Branch News: windsor

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Remembering at Christmas

Lodge Branch:
December 8th, 2017
Each year, all Lodge Brothers branches put up a 'Memory Tree', allowing people the opportunity to write a card to remember a loved one who has passed away. In Windsor, branch arranger Jill Palmer went one stage further and called on some local school children to help decorate her tree, and then last Sunday, she invited a local Minister to bless the tree in a short service at the branch in St Leonard's Road. Invitat...
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All Soul’s Service at St Stephen’s Church Windsor

Lodge Branch:
November 6th, 2017
At this time of year churches throughout the country hold services to remember and celebrate the lives of those who have died. At St Stephen’s it is an opportunity to bring the community together in an uplifting service of Remembrance where the families have asked for the names of their loved ones to be read out. At the service they are also invited to light a candle in their memory. Despite being a sad occasion t...
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‘Duke of Connaught’ Charity Quiz Night for Spencer Denney Centre

Lodge Branch:
October 6th, 2017
A quiz was held on Tuesday 26th September at the Duke of Connaught Pub in Windsor to raise money for the Spencer Denney Centre in Dedworth, a centre for the local elderly in the area. Once again, the combination of community spirit and the support of local businesses brought a fantastic response. Members of staff from Lodge Brothers, volunteers from ‘Age Concern’ and members of the local community managed to r...
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Quiz Night In Aid of Macmillan Cancer Support

Lodge Branch:
June 30th, 2017
  As part of the local community of Windsor, Lodge Brothers branch arranger Jill Palmer thinks that the essence of community is around the local people, the local church, local businesses, and of course the hub of life in this area is around the local pub. Taking this idea on board, Lodge Brothers worked with local businessman Gerry Keane, and his hard-working staff at his pub, the Duke of Connaught, to br...
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Lodge Brothers Donate Paschal Candle to Holy Trinity Church

Lodge Branch:
April 28th, 2017
Richard Leachman, District Manager for the Windsor area, received a lovely letter of thanks from the Holy Trinity Garrison Parish Church for the provision of the Paschal Candle leading up to Easter Weekend.  ...
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Jill Palmer Reads the Lesson at Service of Reflection

Lodge Branch:
April 27th, 2017
A slightly anxious Jill Palmer preparing to read the lesson at the 'Service of Reflection' on Good Friday at the Parish Church of Windsor in front of some 350 people. Jill, arranger at the local branch of Lodge Brothers, comments that, "As a lay person, being invited to do this is a privilege and for me a personal journey each time I take part. I find doing any presentation a huge ordeal and I do suffer with anxie...
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Mothers Day Display at Windsor Branch

Lodge Branch:
April 18th, 2017
Pink lights on a bare tree branch signify the space left when someone loses their mum. The simple display with daffodils adorned the window at Lodge Brothers in St Leonard's Road, Windsor recently. A framed poem gave passers-by the opportunity to reflect for a while on the gift of their mother. One lady commented, "My mother passed away nearly twenty years ago, but your reminder helped me to be thankful for all sh...
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Easter Celebrated Simply at Lodge Brothers Windsor Branch

Lodge Branch:
April 18th, 2017
"Sometimes it is the simplest picture that says so much about a major event!" So said Lodge Brothers District Manager Richard Leachman as he viewed the small display of the Cross, flowers and basket urn placed in the window of the Windsor branch. "I am sure there is a song about Easter entitled, The Cross Has Said It All", he stated....
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Lodge Brothers Christmas Remembrance Trees at Englefield Green & Windsor

Lodge Branch: ,
January 3rd, 2017
Each year, all the branches of Lodge Brothers Funeral Directors place a tree in their windows and invite those families who have lost a loved one in that year to attach a 'remembrance card' and give thanks for the life of the one they have lost. In the end, across the branches, the memorial trees hold hundreds of cards. The branch at Windsor went one stage further and invited people to a small service of blessing ...
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Windsor Branch Commemorates Remembrance Day in a Personal Way

Lodge Branch:
November 11th, 2016
Jill Palmer, our Funeral Arranger at Windsor Branch, has decided to commemorate Remembrance Day this year by making it a bit more personal. As well as all the poppies, a wreath and flag in pride of place is a photograph of her Grandfather, Fred Bowden who was in the Royal Tank Regiment in 1941....