November 4th, 2020
Forward thinking Lodge Brothers’ recent investment in 16 low emission Coleman Milne hybrid hearses and limousines will deliver a proactive contribution to improving the air quality in Greater London, Surrey and Berkshire. It has been long known that London and the surrounding areas have dangerous levels of air pollution with 40% of toxic gasses emanating from diesel vehicles.
“We looked at how we worked and wh...
July 14th, 2020
Fancy testing the grey matter from the comfort of your own home?
Join us, and many more, in support of St Raphael's Hospice, Cheam, for their Ultimate Virtual Summer Quiz at 8pm on Tuesday 21st July.
You could win a £50 Amazon voucher, donated by Lodge Brothers!!
For more details visit https://www.straphaels.org.uk/ultimatequiz...
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, Englefield Green
, Hampton Hill
, Lodge Brothers HQ
, New Malden
, Thames Ditton
, West Byfleet
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...
March 10th, 2020
A Community Bereavement Café is a drop-in session arranged in association with Princess Alice Hospice. It is open to anyone who is bereaved,, whether or not you have had a loved one under the care of the Hospice. Refreshments will be available, and there will be a chance to talk with someone who is trained to listen, and to share experiences with other bereaved people.
The café is being held on Tuesday 10th Marc...
November 20th, 2019
On the first Wednesday of every month, Lodge Brothers in partnership with Age UK Hounslow, are offering one-to-one advice sessions on dying matters and funeral planning. The next session is on Wednesday 4th December 10am-12pm at the Southville Community Centre Feltham.
Our Funeral Arrangers will advise on:
What are the first steps after a death
The different types of funerals available
What can be inclu...
November 5th, 2019
Lodge Brothers Memorial Stonemasons recently donated a commemorative stone to the Garden of Remembrance at St Mary Oatlands in Weybridge.
Reverend Folli Olokose sent the following letter of thanks:
Thanks ever so much for all your help and investment on the Garden of Remembrance. We are all very pleased with it and the service of dedication went very well (better than planned - it didn't rain!)....
October 17th, 2019
District Manager Adrian Moore and Barnes & Sons Funeral Arranger Maureen have donated a huge food hamper to 'Wear It Pink' for the raffle prize at their Christmas Craft Fair, to be held at Askew Library on Saturday 16th November.
The lovely Maureen will pick the winning ticket on the day, so please go along, or contact the branch for raffle tickets 020 8723 6862...
September 11th, 2019
Lodge Brothers hosted their first ever Funeral Wishes Exhibition last week at the Broadwater Pavillion in Guildford. The event was well attended by people from all walks of life. Exhibitors included Lodge Brothers Legal Services, Guildford Crematorium, coffin suppliers, Clandon Wood Natural Burial Ground and funeral singers and musicians. Lodge Brothers also previewed their new Hybrid Funeral Cars due for delivery in...
August 27th, 2019
Lodge Brothers Memorial Masons were recently commissioned to produce a headstone to mark the grave of Kate Marsden, an extraordinary woman of international humanitarian dimensions, who lived in the Borough of Hillingdon, and was buried there in an unmarked grave.
Kate Marsden travelled to Russia with endorsement from Queen Victoria and the Prince of Wales, and was awarded the Russian Red Cross for her service as a...
May 9th, 2019
Yesterday at Painshill Park, brothers Chris 'Braisher' Lodge and Andrew 'Bolt' Lodge competed against each other in Munday's Annual Charity 5K Fun Run in aid of the very worthy cause the 'Princess Alice Hospice'. Despite the cold and drizzly conditions, the boys were soon working up a healthy glow as they forged their way up and down hill, neck and neck, around the course.
As the younger brother and with youth on hi...