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Addlestone cemetery to run out of space by Christmas

Lodge Branch:
June 17th, 2011
A central cemetery to serve Runnymede could be created after it was revealed that burial plots in Addlestone are set to run out by the end of the year. Runnymede Council's leisure and environment committee has voted to scrap the right to buy a specific plot in advance. The next available grave will be offered instead. Councillors heard on Thursday last week that extending Addlestone Cemetery in Green Lane into the ...

Lodge Brothers aid a stricken Angel

Lodge Branch:
June 10th, 2011
[caption id="attachment_1705" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Angels Delight"][/caption] Local Funeral Directors and Memorial Stonemasons, Lodge Brothers have come to the aid of a Shepperton angel who lost her marble hands when thieves vandalised St Mary Magdalene Church in Squires Bridge Road. ‘We like to think we are on the side of the angels’ said Chris Lodge, who manages Lodge Brothers’ memorial st...

Hats off to Quentin – Funeral Director Swims for Charity

Lodge Branch:
May 11th, 2011
[caption id="attachment_1654" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Quentin Edgington"][/caption] Quentin Edgington, District Manager of Lodge Brothers the local, family Funeral Directors in Feltham, recently took part in the national Swimathon event. The photo shows Quentin who, on a very hot day, completed the event in his best time ever! ‘I swapped my Top Hat for a swimming Cap to take part in the Sw...

Funeral Directors organize party for Retired Reverend

Lodge Branch:
April 4th, 2011
After 20 years as the Hospital Chaplain for the Hillingdon Hospital Trust, the man with the perfect name for the job, Richard Christian, has retired and to mark the occasion local funeral directors, Lodge Brothers, organised a party. The event was held at the Red Lion in Hillingdon on the last day of March, the day Richard retired. All the chaplaincy team attended as did Robert Lodge, chairman of Lodge Brothers and...

A Plaque made by Lodge Bros marks the ‘Soul to the Street’ Scheme

Lodge Branch:
March 16th, 2011
The Mayor of Elmbridge, Councillor Barry Cheyne, unveiled a commemorative plaque in Walton High Street on Wednesday 16th March to celebrate the completion of the 'Soul to the Street' project. The plaque, made by Local Funeral Directors and Memorial Stonemasons, Lodge Brothers, is mounted into the pavement and according to Chris Lodge, who manages the stone masonry division at Lodge Brothers has been made to withstan...