Our programme of concerts provides entertainment and pleasure to thousands of veterans up and down the country, whether they are living in ex-service care homes or independently in their own home, and helps to show that they are not forgotten.
Communal singing, the tapping of feet, broad smiles and sometimes dancing, demonstrate the huge enjoyment and benefits audiences gain from these happy and often touching occasions. Our concerts also offer veterans, many of whom are frail and weak, something to look forward to and the opportunity to recall cherished memories.
For those not in care homes we arrange larger concerts in locations such as Phyllis Court, a private members club on the banks of the River Thames in Henley.
The ever-popular Mickie Driver and a group of talented performers do a fantastic job entertaining audiences of all ages and we are hugely grateful for their services.
If you think that you, or someone you know, may be eligible for our help please contact us, or your military association or service benevolent charity.
Comments from care homes include:
From The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home: “Thank you so much for organising the recent concert at The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home. As always our residents, staff and visitors thoroughly enjoyed the event. Thank you again for your generous ongoing support of QAHH.”
From The Royal British Legion’s Mais House: “Just wanted to send you a great big enormous, gigantic, rip-roaring thank you for the fantastic concert we had here.”
From St David’s Nursing Home: “This was a wonderful occasion and greatly enjoyed by the residents. It was so kind of your organisation to remember our residents.”