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Services of Remembrance – Barnes & Sons and Lodge & Wickenden

December 3rd, 2012
Lodge Brothers & Wickenden and Barnes & Sons of West London were proud sponsors of two special services which took place at Mortlake Crematorium this Sunday 2nd December 2012. The first was a Service of Remembrance for Babies and Children, which was then followed by a Christmas Memorial Service. The services were led by Canon Julian Reindorp and included Christmas Carols, Bible readings, poems and a roll of remem...

Barnes & Sons Open Day

November 23rd, 2012
Staff at Barnes & Sons in Shepherds Bush held an open day 20th November, inviting the public to visit. “It was a big success,” said District Manager Paul Bye. “A good number of people came throughout the day and were given a guided tour of the funeral home, which features an arranging room and a chapel of Rest.” Residents were encouraged to ask questions about the work of a funeral director and discuss all ...

Christmas Tree Blessing – Barnes & Sons Thursday 6th December

November 21st, 2012
On Thursday 6th December, Barnes & Sons Funeral Directors of Askew Road London have invited clients into their funeral home to attend the annual Christmas Tree Blessing Service. The memorial service is specifically for those who have lost someone during the past year. In previous years, it has been a religious service, but in support of the diverse community in London, the blessing this year will be a non-religious ...
white city olympic tea party

White City Olympic Party

July 30th, 2012
Located on the site of the 1908 London Olympics, the White City Estate in Shepherds Bush seemed a logical place to Host a modern day Olympic Opening Ceremony Party. Paul Bye from Barnes & Sons Funeral Directors in Shepherds Bush, first had the idea for an Olympic Party when he initially worked for the families of White City, and after a long wait for this event, the residents finally got their party. “We ...