NEWS FROM LODGE BROTHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS ENGLEFIELD GREEN & CHERTSEY
Lodge Brothers have had a busy start to August with many memorials and community involvement.
CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER PHILIP HAMMOND HEADS UP THE LOCAL RUNNYMEDE & WEYBRIDGE ENTERPRISE FORUM SUMMER SOIRE
The Runnymede & Weybridge Enterprise Forum is a local business group led by The Right Hon Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Chaired by Beverley Lodge, Director of Lodge Brothers. The RWEF runs various events for businesses in the local community.
A recent summer soire event was held at The Oatlands Park Hotel in Weybridge on 20th July and was Philip’s first event as Chancellor.
Over 60 people attended and enjoyed the delights of the newly refurbished hotel in evening sunshine.
Beverley Lodge explained, ” Philip is remarkably approachable and great fun. He’s tremendously supportive and has not missed one of our six events this year, taking time from his busy schedule to be here.”
The photograph shows Susan Hammond, Philip Hammond, Beverley Lodge, Pauline Hedges Paul Girling and Elizabeth Vickery
Lodge Brothers funeral directors Chertsey were recently cooling down at Cherstsey’s Black Cherry Fair.
The annual ‘Black Cherry Fair’ has been taking place in the market town of Chertsey for many hundreds of years, and this year, local business Lodge Brothers Funeral Directors had a stall. But unlike most others on the Abbeyfields site, they weren’t selling anything!
District Manager, Richard Leachman, and one of his team of Funeral Arrangers, Tom Hoyles, gave away nearly 300 bottles of water to passers-by on what was another warm summer’s day.
Conversations did follow, many of them surrounding the topic of personal funeral planning.
Lodge Brothers has its own catalogue of bespoke funeral plans – pop into your local branch and ask the question!