King Edward VII’s Hospital’s events, including our fundraising events, are held in exclusive locations. You can mingle among friends who share your support of the Hospital, and enjoy making new connections.
Our Carols, Readings & Music for Christmas will be taking place on Monday 10th December at St Marylebone Parish Church, at 6.30pm.
We are delighted that ‘national treasure’, Sir Derek Jacobi will be joining us to perform one of the readings. This is a great opportunity for all the King Edward VII family, supporters and friends to get together to celebrate, reflect and give thanks for the past year. To get us into the festive spirit, Chef and his team will be serving home-made mince pies and mulled wine afterwards.
To reserve your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to welcoming you, and your guests.
On 27 September 2018, over 250 guests gathered in the Great Hall of the Royal Hospital Chelsea for our Annual Reception.
This month marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. Given our deep rooted military heritage it seemed fitting to hold this year’s Annual Reception at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, and we were delighted to welcome so many Chelsea Pensioners who kept our guests entertained!
The evening was dedicated to the ‘Past, Present & Future’ of the Hospital and our 300 guests were able to discover more about our history through a specially curated exhibition of photos, artefacts and records taken from the Hospital’s archives. Particularly poignant was the case record of a young officer wounded in Amiens on the 27th September 1918 – a hundred years ago to the day of our reception.
Our Chairman, Robin Broadhurst, introduced our guest speaker and Trustee, Lieutenant General (Retd.) Sir William Rollo KCB CBE, who spoke eloquently about King Edward VII’s Hospital during the First World War, and our continued support of veterans today through our Centre for Veterans’ Health.
After the speeches, guests were treated to a heart-warming performance from the North London Military Wives Choir, who sang perennial favourites and songs from their new album, Remember, which commemorates the end of the First World War.
The evening witnessed the official launch of our Autumn Appeal, focusing on raising funds in order to help even more veterans receive grants for the medical care they desperately need.
We aim to raise £260,000 each year enabling us to conduct more complex surgical procedures. We are delighted to announce that through your generous donations we have raised nearly £90,000. Thank you!
We are currently working on finalising our Events Calendar for 2019. For further information please contact us email@example.com .