Easter Gifts for Sutton Lodge Nursing Home

Lodge Brothers are well known for their involvement within the community. Its been an extremely busy time for them celebrating Mothers Day and remembering all the mothers is a special way. Easter arrived soon after and once again they were involved making people feel special and spending time with folk in nursing homes.

Mothers’ Day Marked By Lodge Brothers Esher

Lodge Brothers Funeral Directors Esher staff remembered those Mothers no longer with us by displaying flowers and a beautiful poem in the branch windows, inviting all to come in and share their special memories.

District Manager Bill Wilde said “It is a special time of year to celebrate our Mothers, and at Lodge Brothers we wanted to be able to offer the local community the chance to remember those who are no longer with us. Mums may have passed away but it doesn’t mean that we ever forget them.
Many passers by have come into the branches to say how much they have enjoyed the displays and the efforts of the staff”.

      

Lodge Brothers funeral directors Chertsey  and Lodge Brothers funeral directors Hampton Hill as well as all the other Lodge Brother funeral directors throughout the UK joined in the Easter festivities by decorating their shop front and joining the community with various initiatives:

Easter Gifts for Sutton Lodge Nursing Home

Funeral Arranger Jackie Packman from Lodge Brothers in Weybridge, paid a visit to the residents of Sutton Lodge, the local nursing home in Weybridge, to deliver hot cross buns and daffodils. Jackie said, “I have delivered Easter treats to Sutton Lodge for the past three years and it is lovely to see the smiles on the faces of the residents when I visit them. I really enjoy having a chat and being able to give these small gifts to brighten up their day”.

Daffs & Buns Sutton Lodge
Pictured is Jackie with residents from the home.

St.Johns Church, Fulham Broadway, Give to Preemies UK

The wonderful parishioner’s of St John’s in Fulham Broadway have faithfully knitted for Preemies UK for over two      years, Paul Bye of Barnes and Sons joined the St Johns Lunch Club and met the Knitters and to collect the latest  batch  of knitting destined for premature babies in hospitals around the UK.

Barnes and Sons Funeral Directors Shepherds Bush are a distribution centre for the Preemies UK charity and they have been actively getting the local community knitting for charity.

The requirement for knitted clothing remains strong and Barnes & Sons would love to hear from you should you wish to knit for charity.


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