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Diploma for Jason Jackson of E.A.Langley

November 2nd, 2012
Jason Jackson, a funeral director at EA Langley in Paddington has been awarded the Diploma in Funeral Directing (DipFD), the gold standard professional qualification for funeral directing. The award was presented by the National Association of Funeral Directors, the UK’s funeral sector’s pre-eminent trade body, The DipFD requires 2yrs of studying and successful candidates must pass a series of exams, covering ...

Note of Thanks From Macmillan

November 1st, 2012
Hannah Redmond of Macmillan Cancer Support took time out last week to write a letter of thanks to Jason Jackson of E.A.Langley Funeral Directors for the funds raised at the branch during The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. More than £150 was raised on the day to the delight of Jason and the team, and they were thrilled to receive such a wonderful commendation from the charity. (Testimonial) “Dear Mr. Jack...

All Welcome at All Souls Service, St Augustine’s Kilburn, Friday November 2nd 7.30pm

November 1st, 2012
More than 150 people are expected to attend St Augustines Church in Kilburn for the All Souls Day Memorial Service. At 7.30pm on Friday 2nd November, an hour-long Foure Requiem Mass will be conducted by Father Colin Amos and during the service the congregation can light candles to remember their loved ones. Organised by E.A. Langley Funeral Directors, the service offers support for grieving families who are strugg...

Lodge Brothers aid a stricken Angel

November 4th, 2011
Local Funeral Directors and Memorial Stonemasons, Lodge Brothers have come to the aid of a Shepperton angel who lost her marble hands when thieves vandalised St Mary Magdalene Church in Squires Bridge Road. ‘We like to think we are on the side of the angels’ said Chris Lodge, who manages Lodge Brothers’ memorial stonemasonry division, ‘and like so many local people we were upset to hear of the angel losing h...

Addlestone cemetery to run out of space by Christmas

November 4th, 2011
A central cemetery to serve Runnymede could be created after it was revealed that burial plots in Addlestone are set to run out by the end of the year. Runnymede Council’s leisure and environment committee has voted to scrap the right to buy a specific plot in advance. The next available grave will be offered instead. Councillors heard on Thursday last week that extending Addlestone Cemetery in Green Lane into th...