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Barn Dance at St Matthews Church, Yiewsley – Saturday 8th June

Lodge Branch:
June 5th, 2013
Lodge Brothers staff from the Hillingdon area are supporting a social event taking place to raise funds for St Matthew’s Church in Yiewsley. Reverend Richard Young approached District Manager Peter Breslin to ask for support in raising money for building improvements to the church and adjoining school premises. Peter, along with Yiewsley Funeral Arranger Janet Colton and Hillingdon Funeral Service arranger Angela S...

Lodge Brothers Celebrate 60th Anniversary of the Queen’s Coronotation

Lodge Branch:
June 5th, 2013
This week saw the 60th Anniversary of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, and Lodge Brothers, the 7th generation family run funeral directors, have marked the occasion by creating some lovely window display in their various branches across the region. Quentin Edgington District Manager for Lodge Brothers Feltham said, ‘Many of our clients have commented on how important it is to remember the fantastic level of s...

Local World War II Veteran and Arnhem Hero, Dies Aged 88

Lodge Branch:
June 5th, 2013
June 1944 Aged 20yrs On Friday 24th May, Lodge Brothers in Addlestone were proud to conduct the funeral of the late John Flanagan, World War 2 Veteran, who when aged only 20yrs, fought at Arnhem with the 1st British Airbourne Division. John was born an only child in Helensburgh, Scotland on 13th September 1924. As a young man John was an accomplished swimmer and diver. He formed part of a two-man diving comedy team a...

BUDDY SUPPORT GROUP – Working Together In Windsor

Lodge Branch:
June 4th, 2013
Over the last year, Jill Palmer of Lodge Brothers Windsor, has arranged funerals for those in the community who have been very alone and isolated, sometimes with no family or friends.  It inspired her to do more for these people. Jill says, “I have organised funerals for people who had no-one left in their lives. It made me realise that I want to offer some sort of companionship to those who do spend a lot of ...

Runners do the ‘Lodge Leap’ at Weybridge Running Festival

Lodge Branch:
June 4th, 2013
District Manager Bill Wilde with some of the winners More than 250 runners turned out at this year’s Weybridge Running Festival which was held in Whiteley Village, last Staurday 1st June. People from all walks of life – sportsmen, amateurs and fun-runners alike, joined forces to raise money for Whiteley Village, which provides almshouse accommodation to older people of limited means. The Festival features 3 m...

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