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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...

Easter Memory Tree at Windsor Branch

Lodge Branch:
April 16th, 2019
Come tie a yellow ribbon on the Easter Memory Tree at Lodge Brothers in St Leonard's Road in Windsor. Branch arranger Jill Palmer has given the local community the chance to remember their loved ones no longer with us in a simple, yet visual way....

Charity Quiz Night in Windsor

Lodge Branch:
March 18th, 2019
Local members of the community of Windsor turned out to support a charity quiz evening arranged by Lodge Brothers at the ‘Duke of Connaught’ pub in the town. The theme of the evening was ‘The 80s’, and everyone got into the spirit by dressing up in fancy dress. The evening was a huge success with a challenging quiz written by one of the locals, Fraser Grant, who included an enjoyable 80’s music round. With...

St David’s Day in Windsor

Lodge Branch:
March 5th, 2019
The Windsor branch of Lodge Brothers recognised St David, the patron saint of Wales, last week. A simple, but effective display in the window, including daffodils, the Welsh flag and a wonderful stained glass image of St David with the dove on his shoulder. ...

Lodge Brothers, Windsor says: ‘Lest We Forget’

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November 13th, 2018
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Another Month … Another Royal Wedding!

Lodge Branch:
October 17th, 2018
The good people of Windsor are getting used to a Royal Wedding! Princess Eugenie recently tied the knot and the town turned out to congratulate the happy couple. The Lodge Brothers branch in Windsor acknowledged the event too with a small and discreet window display extolling the virtue of flowers and their meanings. Branch arranger Jill Palmer set the display up, and received positive ccomments along the way. Thanks...

The Great British Send Off!

Lodge Branch:
September 19th, 2018
Lodge Brothers always aim to give to their families exactly what they are looking for when saying goodbye to a loved one. So when one particular lovely Windsor family didn't want a black hearse and limousine, the task was set for Jill Palmer, the branch arranger, to find colourful icons of what it means to be British! Hence the Union Jack hearse and a London Routemaster bus! "The client's wife was only in her late ...

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...

Rising From The Ashes

Lodge Branch:
August 8th, 2018
A couple of months ago, there was a fire at the Windsor branch of Lodge Brothers. The damage was not extensive but sufficient to close the branch for a few weeks, while a new floor was laid near the door and a full refurbishment undertaken. Local Methodist minister Rev Margaret Dudley had suggested to funeral arranger Jill Palmer that Lodge Brothers might like the Chapel of Rest re-dedicated, and so recently in a sma...

Day Trips on the River – Courtesy of Lodge Brothers

Lodge Branch:
August 1st, 2018
A little while ago, Jill Palmer (branch arranger at Lodge Brothers in Windsor) organised a charity quiz night, with proceeds going to the work of Age Concern through the Spencer Denney Centre in the town. She has now received a couple of pictures of day-trips on the Thames arranged by the centre and paid for by the money raised. “It’s great to see our local residents who use the centre having such lovely boat tri...