You are warmly invited to attend a Christmas Concert in aid of Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope and the Douglas Bader Foundation on Thursday 2nd December at St Clement Danes Church, in the Strand, at 7 pm (doors open at 6 o'clock).  Both organisations raise money for children with limb deficiency / limb difference; Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope cares for children abroad in countries including Liberia, Sierra Leone and India and the Douglas Bader Foundation helps many disabled children and adults with limb difference and other disabilities in the UK.

 In the past three years, too, the Douglas Bader Foundation has raised over £500,000 to fund the development of a ‘slip-on and go’ prosthetic for those missing their arm below the elbow, and / or hands or fingers.  KOALAA are the company developing this life-changing product which has already been given to 300 children in the UK; Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope is delighted to be helping trial this product abroad

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 We hope to see you at our Christmas Concert!

There will be Carols for all to sing, in addition to performances by Bader's Big Band and a Choral Ensemble; there will also be Christmas gifts for sale. 

Tickets are £15 for adults, £7.50 for children.

Thank you! 




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 St Clement Danes Church is the Central Church of the Royal Air Force. Re-consecrated in 1958 as a perpetual shrine of remembrance to those who have died in service in the RAF it is a living church prayed in and visited throughout the year by thousands of people seeking solace and reflection.

Located right in the middle of London, St Clement Danes has some characteristics that set it apart from normal parish churches.  It has one of the best church organs in London and a beautifully maintained set of working bells.

It is famous as the Oranges and Lemons church from the traditional nursery rhyme and the bells ring the tune throughout the day.

We have chosen to host our event here in memory of Sir Douglas Bader, in whose name the Bader Foundation was set up, because he became famous for being one of the most highly decorated Spitfire Aces of the Second World War - flying during the Battle of Britain despite being a double amputee!