Lodge Brothers family owned funeral directors for over 230 years are involved and committed to the community and enjoying being part of the wider community. They make a tremendous contribution to the towns and villages throughout the UK where Lodge Brothers have offices.
Read the latest news from Lodge Brothers local branches.
Lodge Brothers funeral directors Feltham were very happy to assist recently with the raising of funds to contribute to a new Parish Centre for St. Lawrence’s RC church in Feltham.
NEW PARISH CENTRE FOR ST LAWRENCE RC CHURCH FELTHAM
District Manager Quentin Edgington said, ‘It is always a great privilege when we are able to help the local community in worthwhile projects like this.’
Father Chris Vipers thanked Quentin and the Directors of Lodge Brothers during a Special Mass of Thanksgiving saying, ‘We very much appreciate the very generous support Lodge Brothers gave to this project’.
This photo shows from left to right Father Chris Vipers, Quentin Edgington Lodge Brothers District Manager, and His Eminance Cardinal Murphy O’Connor, in front of the plaques donated by Lodge Brothers’.
Main photo shows The Party in the New Parish Centre
Some more news from Lodge Brothers funeral directors Esher and branches throughout the UK
CRANE PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL GIVE ATTENDANCE AWARDS TO PUPILS
As part of their work within the local community, Lodge Brothers funeral directors Hanworth branch recently funded the purchase of Attendance Rewards for the pupils of Crane Park Primary School.
District Manager Quentin Edgington commented, “It’s always nice to be able to help our local schools, and what better way to give the children a boost than by rewarding them for good attendance in the last academic year. A very worthwhile experience for us and for them!”
(Photo shows left to right: Alison Small, Headteacher Crane Park Primary, Quentin Edgington, District Manager and Group Support and PR Administrator Debbie Pyper.)