Tag Archives: Funeral directors

New funeral office in Cobham

Meet Robert Lodge who has just opened Funeral Directors Cobham; he is the seventh generation descendant of James Lodge who founded Lodge Brothers in 1780  along with experienced Funeral Arranger Claire Nightingale who is moving from the G. Boutell in Byfleet will assist him. With many years’ experience the staff have you can be rest assured to [...]

Lodge Brothers the family you can trust

District Manager Bill Wilde covers quite a few miles at this time of year playing Santa when not looking after clients. Gifts on behalf of the Directors and staff at lodgebros.co.uk are delivered out to nursing and residential homes for staff and residents to enjoy. Bill said, “The planning starts as early as September which is [...]

Rest in Lodge Brothers fantastic caring service

Breakfast Meetings at Sunrise Senior Living December 27th, 2013 Bill Wilde, District Manager who looks after the Surrey and Berkshire area on behalf of the Memorial Restoration family business, has been attending meetings at Sunrise, Weybridge, every three months, an initiative started by the residential home earlier in the year. Bill said, “They start at seven thirty [...]

Remember your loved one with the perfect memorial

Do you have the devastating and difficult decision of how to remember a loved one, how best to keep their memory alive and how others would like to remember that special person? Lodge Brothers have the most wonderful and largest selection of memorials and headstones in the UK.  Their workmanship is professional and superbly finished. [...]

Say goodbye to your loved one with help from Lodge Brothers

When someone loses a loved one   they are often is a state of shock and too upset and emotional to make rational decisions. Lodge Brothers recently assisted us through this process; they took the time and care to ensure that the correct decisions were made with regard to our individual needs. Give someone you love [...]

Funeral directors in UK

Lodge Brothers was started in Feltham, Middlesex by James Lodge (1762-1836) who was a builder and carpenter and also became the Parish Clerk. James was born in Marnhull, Dorset and was one of seven children. His father died when he was four and his mother when he was thirteen so James and his sibling became [...]