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Our First Sea Burial

June 13th, 2014
EA Langley Funeral Directors were recently asked to arrange a Burial at sea, for the first time in its history, demonstrating  how funeral services are becoming more and more individual these days. In the UK around 15 people are buried at sea each year and despite the ceremonies being fairly difficult to organise it's easy to see why the idea would be appealing.   You may have a loved one who spent their life on...
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Remembering the Brave

June 10th, 2014
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Normandy Landings, centred around the date of invasion, 6th June, known as “D-Day”.  A series of major commemorations are planned to mark this historic occasion, with events planned in both the United Kingdom, and at various locations along the Normandy Coast. The Lodge Brothers offices of West London wished to remember the brave Men and Women who served our Country d...
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FATHER & SON TRADITIONS UPHELD AT LODGE BROTHERS

May 9th, 2014
Have you noticed how rare it is these days for a son to follow in the same career path as his father? Until about fifty years ago, most sons would take up the same career as their dad and granddad. Always one to stick to tradition, Paul Bye Dip FD West London District Manager, celebrated 5 years service with Lodge Brothers by working with his father, Reg Bye MBE, who also celebrated 15 years service at Lodge Brot...

Remembrance Day Displays in West London

November 12th, 2013
To remember those that gave their lives at war for our country, our West London branches decorated their windows this weekend with some fantastic displays. Paul Bye District Manager for the region, said, “Remembrance Day is one of the most important dates in this country, it brings the community together, and it’s great to see our branches putting in so much effort to reflect this feeling.”...

St Augustine’s Remembrance Garden Launch

September 19th, 2013
E.A. Langley Funeral Directors successfully rededicated the Remembrance Garden at St Augustine's Church in Kilburn on Sunday 15th September. The garden offers residents in the parish along with clients of E A Langley, past and present, a place to reflect and remember loved ones that have passed away. The entrance to the church has been planted with Rose bushes and lavender and when established will lift the parishion...