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Branch News: Englefield Green

Chertsey Town Football Club – WINNERS!

May 22nd, 2019
Chertsey Town Football Club went to Wembley on Sunday 19th May to play in The Vase Cup Final. After a tough match and penalties they won and secured promotion. Chertsey Town Football Club, based in Chertsey, Surrey, was established in 1890 and, from the Surrey Senior League, joined the Metropolitan League in the 1964–65 season. They are the current holders of the FA Vase, having won the 2018/19 competition, and ...

St George’s Day in Englefield Green

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April 24th, 2019
The St George Cross and dark red roses adorned the window of Englefield Green branch yesterday to commemorate St George's Day....

Mothers Day – Englefield Green

Lodge Branch:
April 2nd, 2019
Mothering Sunday is always a bittersweet day for many people, for many reasons, but Lodge Brothers in Englefield Green wanted to give their community the chance to remember those they have loved and lost but who always remain in our hearts. Local people responded with positive comments of thanks, gratitude that they have a lovely image to remember their mums....

Steam Engine Enthusiast Has His Wish

Lodge Branch:
October 31st, 2018
A local Egham resident, a professional steam engineer and builder and driver of steam engines, recently passed away, and his family and friends hoped that a steam engine or two could be a part of his ‘send-off’. In the end, Lodge Brothers Funeral Directors, liaising with the family managed to arrange for three steam engines to be present on the day of the funeral, and indeed for one to be a part of the cortege, d...

Honours Even

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August 28th, 2018
Lodge Brothers Funeral Directors’ District Manager, Richard Leachman, is a football fan. Although he is a season ticket holder at a Premier League football stadium, he has used his love of the lower leagues to support local teams in their endeavours. Two of the teams in his District went head-to-head on Bank Holiday Monday and Richard sponsored the match-ball through the Company. “It is a simple way of advert...

Classic Car for a Classic Man

Lodge Branch:
August 8th, 2018
Lodge Brothers Funeral Directors in Englefield Green can endeavour to provide whatever their families would desire for their loved ones' funeral. So when funeral arranger Jackie Kjos was asked to find a vintage hearse for a local family recently, she was willing and able to oblige. A few phone calls later, and Lodge Brothers sourced a 1936 Rolls Royce to take this beloved gentleman to his final place of rest. The fa...

Lodge Brothers at Englefield Green Village Fayre

Lodge Branch:
July 3rd, 2018
The sun was out on another warm Englefield Green Fayre, and Lodge Brothers Funeral Directors had their marquee there once again, purely to give out water to the passing crowd. "It's a very simple way of engaging people in conversation" announced District Manager, Richard Leachman. "Few people say no to a free bottle of water, but then again neither do they go to a fete to talk funerals! Sometimes a brief chat can h...

Signature Homes “Parklands Manor” QCF training and Woking Crematorium visit with Lodge Brothers

February 20th, 2018
On Thursday 18th January Lodge Brothers District Managers Xenos Foster and Victoria Kibble visited Signature Homes marvellous new care home “Parklands Manor” in Chertsey and conducted QCF training with 35 of their staff and nurses. The training gave those attending a real insight into what Lodge Brothers do and how we work with our communities on a daily basis. On Tuesday 13th February Lodge Brothers returned...

Englefield Green Village Fair Supported by Lodge Brothers

Lodge Branch:
June 28th, 2017
On 24th June, Englefield Green held its Annual Village Fair. Lodge Brothers were well represented on the day by having a stall and supplying a couple of bottles of wine for the Silent Auction. The stall was manned by Tom Hoyles (Arranger Englefield Green) and Sophie Monatte (Arranger Weybridge). Between them they gave out over 200 bottles of water and were on hand to give out advice and help on funeral related matter...

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