Lodge Brothers will help you in time of need

Saying goodbye to a loved one is one of the hardest things for those left behind especially if it’s a family member or close relative or child. Grief and loss can be unbearable especially in the days after the death of a loved one. Over the 200 years Lodge Brothers have been serving the community they… Continue reading »


Lodge Brothers make a difference in peoples lives

Robert Lodge is area manager for the newly opened Cobham Branch of Lodge Brothers. Funeral Directors Cobham have wasted no time in getting involved in the community and showing the caring ethos indicative of members of staff throughout the Lodge Brother branches. If there is a need within the community Lodge Brothers recognise the need to… Continue reading »


Lodge Brothers get ready for the World Cup Rugby

Lodge Brothers are not just funeral directors they are a team of passionate individuals who do so much for the community and ensure they embrace every occasion with enthusiasm and passion. They recently celebrated the Queen’s record breaking achievement as longest serving monarch of Great Britain. The different branches of Lodge Brothers decorated their windows with… Continue reading »


Lodge Brothers family you can turn to in time of grief

Brentford Says Final Farewell to Flight Lieutenant Owen Burns – Battle of Britain Veteran Lodge Bothers funeral directors Surbiton and Funeral Directors Twickenham have had the privilege of conducting hundreds of funerals and memorials for some of Britain’s most loved people. They recently conducted a private funeral service for Flight Lieutenant Owen Burns. Local resident Flight… Continue reading »


Make the right choices with Lodge Brothers help

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… Continue reading »