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Walding & Sons ‘Ladies in the Night’ Charity Walk

June 27th, 2013
[caption id="attachment_185" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Director Beverley Lodge with other team members before the start of the walk"][/caption] A team of four Lodge Brothers personnel and six friends and relatives, recently took part in a midnight charity walk to raise money for Michael Sobell Hospice in Northwood. The Hospice focuses on improving quality of life for patients, by providing relief f...

Peter Breslin Earns Diploma in Funeral Directing (DipFD)

November 1st, 2012
The Directors of Lodge Brothers are proud to congratulate yet another member of staff on being awarded the Diploma in Funeral Directing (DipFD), the gold standard professional qualification presented by the National Association of Funeral Directors. Peter Breslin, who is District Manager for Lodge Brothers in Yiewsley & Northolt, Walding & Son in Uxbridge, A.V.Smith & Sons in Hillingdon, Hillingdon Fun...

Lodge Brothers aid a stricken Angel

November 4th, 2011
Local Funeral Directors and Memorial Stonemasons, Lodge Brothers have come to the aid of a Shepperton angel who lost her marble hands when thieves vandalised St Mary Magdalene Church in Squires Bridge Road. ‘We like to think we are on the side of the angels’ said Chris Lodge, who manages Lodge Brothers’ memorial stonemasonry division, ‘and like so many local people we were upset to hear of the angel losing h...

Addlestone cemetery to run out of space by Christmas

November 4th, 2011
A central cemetery to serve Runnymede could be created after it was revealed that burial plots in Addlestone are set to run out by the end of the year. Runnymede Council’s leisure and environment committee has voted to scrap the right to buy a specific plot in advance. The next available grave will be offered instead. Councillors heard on Thursday last week that extending Addlestone Cemetery in Green Lane into th...