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Remembrance Day Window Display at E.A.Langley

November 22nd, 2014
E A Langley commemorated Remembrance Day with a patriotic window display. Sonia Speller the branch arranger contacted the local British Legion who kindly supplied a selection items for the window along with poppies to sell. Many passers-by have commented on the eye-catching display and one even commented this is like the Flanders Field of Paddington. Val Perkins the branch arranger took great pride in dressi...
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All Souls Memorial Mass at St Mary’s

November 21st, 2014
More than 250 people attended the All Souls Memorial Mass for their loved ones at St Marys Church, in Paddington Green, on Sunday 2nd November 2014. An hour-long mass was conducted by both Father Gary Bradley and Father Anthony Speakman. The service included a selection of Choral Pieces sung by the church choir and a blessing for all the lost souls of past clients of E A Langley and the Parish of Paddington Green....
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Recalibration of Organ at St Mary Magdelene – Thanks to E.A.Langley

November 19th, 2014
E A Langley have sponsored the recalibration and tuning of St Marys Magdalene's churches fine Compton Organ which was first installed in 1932. Compton Organs were found in all the finest Cinemas and Theatres back in the hay day and  can still be heard in The Odeon Leicester Square and The Shepherds Bush Pavilion. The work on the organ was carried out in time for the All Souls Day Mass on Monday 3rd November were...
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Patriotic Send-Off For Westminster Society Resident

October 30th, 2014
The staff at E.A Langley recently arranged a very special funeral for a long term resident of the Westminster Society, a charity established some 50 years ago to look after the residents of Westminster with learning difficulties. But this was no ordinary funeral, the resident was into glamour, hats, handbags and anything Lilac, not to mention the patriotism, the love of Christmas and beads. Paul Bye, District M...
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Westminster Society’s Memorial Garden at St Augustine’s Church

September 27th, 2014
E A Langley were recently approached by The Westminster Society to help them locate a suitable  memorial garden for their clients to visit and remember those that have passed away. Paul Bye, District Manager for E A Langley, values the special relationship the Funeral Directors have with The Westminster Society, so was eager to assist with this request. After some investigation a small plot was found within th...