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Branch News: Molesey

Molesey Branch Commemorate Mothers Day

Lodge Branch:
March 23rd, 2020
Mothers were remembered at Molesey with the poem My Mother had a Garden. We hope all Mothers and people remembering their Mothers enjoyed a day of sunshine on Mothering Sunday in their gardens or elsewhere....

St David’s Day Display at Molesey Branch

Lodge Branch:
February 28th, 2020
Molesey Branch is bringing some brightness to a chilly high street with some daffodils and fun facts about St David for 1st March when Wales celebrate their Patron Saint’s Day....

Molesey’s Tree of Remembrance

Lodge Branch:
December 6th, 2019
At Christmas especially, we remember our loved ones, whether they are with us or whether they have left us.  Our Christmas Remembrance Tree has lots of messages attached to it remembering departed loved ones....

Festive Afternoon Tea at St Mary’s Church Saturday 30th November

Lodge Branch:
November 29th, 2019
St Mary's Church in Molesey will be hosting a Festive Afternoon Tea tomorrow, Saturday 30th November from 3-5pm, with all proceed going to Fabian's Childhood Cancer Trust. Carol & Ann from Lodge Brothers will be providing the tea and cakes, so come early! Everyone is welcome....

Knitted Poppies at Molesey Branch

Lodge Branch:
November 8th, 2019
Ann and Carol at Molesey are displaying poppies knitted by a local ladies’ church group and also the moving WW1 poem “In Flanders Fields”.  Penned by John McCrae it speaks of poppies growing between gravestones and how they represent the fallen soldiers who now lie in the ground.  It’s interesting to note that in France, where all the poppies abundantly bloomed in the war-torn and disturbed land once the fi...

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...

Come to Molesey Branch for Tea, Cake and a Chat About Funeral Planning

Lodge Branch:
July 25th, 2019
Carol and Ann are inviting people to come in to Molesey branch for a friendly chat about personal funeral wishes over a cup of tea and some cake – or perhaps chilled water in this very hot weather! A personalised funeral plan lets you arrange and pay for your funeral in advance. It means that your funeral costs are fixed at TODAY's prices and ensures that all your personal wishes are respected. Alternatively,...

Community Spirit in Molesey – 15th June 2019

Lodge Branch:
June 18th, 2019
Branch arrangers Ann and Carol, along with district manager Victoria, joined other local businesses on Saturday by opening the branch and being available to talk to locals and offer advice and a cup of tea. Molesey Business Association is keen to encourage people to keep shopping in Molesey as the high street has a great mix of shops and services. With a mouth watering chocolate tombola, Lodge Brothers were able t...

Remembering Our Fathers on Fathers’ Day

Lodge Branch:
June 13th, 2019
Carol at Molesey branch has created a wonderful Fathers Day display in the window. "The unread book, the crossword yet to be done, the unfinished beer.  Perhaps this view of fathers is a little old-fashioned today but this is how I like to think of my dad; now able to sit in a deck chair with his hat and a glass of beer, relaxing in gentle sunlight and having the time to finish that book and to add some more answ...

Spring Bank Holiday & Whitsun

Lodge Branch:
May 23rd, 2019
It is a day of rest for most people, but why do we have a bank holiday on the last Monday in May?  East Molesey Branch provide some of the answers: Pentecost or Whitsunday is a major festival in the Christian church. It is celebrated on the Sunday which falls on the 50th day after the Easter festival. What is Pentecost? Pentecost celebrates the coming of the Holy Spitit in the form of flames to the followers ...