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Branch News: Hampton Hill

Everyone’s a Winner in our Colouring Competition!

Lodge Branch:
April 19th, 2022
To spread a little Easter fun, our branch in Hampton Hill High Street ran a colouring competition to encourage the local kids to get creative. Branch Funeral Arranger Yvonne Fernandez explains, "all the entries were so good, with such bright colours and even glitter, we were finding it impossible to pick a winner, so everyone received a treat!" Thank you to all who regularly walk by and join in with our community ...

Hampton Hill Branch Delivers Goodies to Local Community Centre

Lodge Branch:
December 22nd, 2020
Last week, our Hampton Hill Funeral Arranger, Yvonne and District Manager, Victoria visited The Greenwood Centre to deliver goodies supplied by local businesses and schools to local residents. The Greenwood Centre have been supporting local residents over the course of the year, helping people with: transport to local appointments, delivering food & prescriptions and running video groups and activities. Next y...

VE Day Display at Lodge Brothers & Keates

Lodge Branch:
May 7th, 2020
Although VE day cannot be celebrated in style this year it shouldn’t stop us from raising a glass, or a cuppa, to thank all of our WW2 heroes. This Friday 8th May the Nation toasts together at 3pm from the safety of everyone’s own homes. Whether you are driveway dining, garden gathering (with same household only) or simply saluting from a safe distance we thank you for joining in....

A Dedication to Our Private Ambulance Team

May 1st, 2020
Jill Palmer, our  Funeral Arranger at Windsor branch has written this heart-felt dedication to all our unsung heroes that work behind the scenes at Lodge Brothers, to let them know how much we respect them: “This is a dedication to all the staff that work from the shadows. Our private ambulance team and all those who work tirelessly to ensure that everyone has their last time. These are the people that we entru...

Join Lodge Brothers in Our ‘Little Light Up’

April 24th, 2020
Lodge Brothers branches across the region will be joining the local community by showing our support and thanks to all key workers and offering our prayers to the families we are honoured to serve. Join us in our 'Little Light Up' Every Friday at 5pm we will light a candle in every branch. Take a moment to remember there are people thinking of you....

Happy Easter from Lodge Brothers & Keates

Lodge Branch:
April 8th, 2020
Everyone at Lodge Brothers & Keates wishes you all a Happy & Healthy Easter.

Hampton Hill Christmas Parade – 29th November 2019

Lodge Branch:
December 4th, 2019
With advent fast approaching, and Christmas filling the air,  once again the choccy tombola’s out, to bring fun to Hampton fayre!  And what should sit upon our star,  high up in our tree?  Why, it’s Hampton Hills mascot of course the infamous pooch- Hilly! Arrangers Yvonne and Amy, along with super supporter Jules and District Manager Victoria manned the chocolate tombola at there Hamp...

Join the Hampton Hill Christmas Parade Friday 29th November

Lodge Branch:
November 18th, 2019
On Friday 29th November at 6.30pm on Hampton Hill High Street, join the fabulous Christmas Parade complete with floats, baubles, lights, dogs & Princesses Anna & Elsa. There will be something for all the family, including the Lodge Brothers Chocolate Tombola stall which was a huge success last year. See you there!...

WWII’s Local Heroes Remembered

Lodge Branch:
November 5th, 2019
Hampton Hill marks Remembrance day with highlighting local heroes who have made an impact not just locally, but worldwide. Norman Jackson, who earned a Victoria Cross for bravery in the Second World War. The Norman Jackson Children’s Centre on Windmill Road is a valued local resource that is used by hundreds of local families. Alan Turing  - Code Breaker – lived at Ivy House 78 Hampton High Street (which shows...

Chris Lodge Rides Land’s End to John O’Groats in Memory of Ben

August 30th, 2019
On Saturday 7th September 2019, I will be cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats  - 9 days, 980 miles.  Whilst I undertake this challenge I will be remembering our friend and colleague Ben, who tragically took his own life. I would like to raise money for CALM, the Campaign Against Living Miserably – a movement against suicide, the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK. You can find ou...
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