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St Patrick’s Day at Walding & Son

March 18th, 2019
Suzette decorated the branch window last weekend for St Patricks Day with daffodils and shamrocks, and the green hills of Ireland on the digital screen....

Waldings Funeral Procession Led by Champion Shire Horse

December 13th, 2018
A champion Shire Horse in full regalia led a recent funeral procession along the streets of Iver Heath, and around the farm run by a local family. Flowers ordered from Walding and Son were taken back to the farm after the service, and family stated they lasted for weeks. The Condolence Book ordered from the branch was also personally inscribed for the family by Funeral Arranger, Suzette O’Rourke, a detail the famil...

New Sponsored Score Cards for The Mill Bowling Club

December 4th, 2018
Suzette from Walding & Son attended The Mill Bowling Club AGM held in the Clubhouse on 3/12/18. She gave the Chairman, Kevin Gynn, new scorecard holders, and scorecards, sponsored and printed by Lodge Brothers, featuring all the Lodge branches in the Hillingdon area. The Club is now 76years old, with approximately 40 members of all ages, and is always happy to welcome more. The season runs from April to October, even...

Walding & Son Donate to Hayes Cottage Nursing Home

November 22nd, 2018
District Manager Adrian Moore and Funeral Arranger Suzette O'Rourke presented a cheque for £250 to the Palliative Care Unit at Hayes Cottage Nursing Home today, the proceeds from the raffle of framed prints earlier this year. The management and staff all came out to receive the cheque, for which they were very grateful. And with the blessing of a bereaved family the flowers shown in the photograph were also donated...

Walding & Son Remember The Fallen

November 15th, 2018
The branch window at Walding & Sons shows the black statue of 'There but not there' Tommy soldier, also featured in many shops, parks and cemeteries across the region. Also featured are the flags of the allies that supported Britain in WWI. ...