NICHOLAS Soames, MP for Mid Sussex and grandson of Sir Winston Churchill, is to give a talk about his grandfather to raise funds for the Queen Alexandra Hospital Home, Worthing.
The talk, entitled Winston Churchill: The Judgement of History, will take place on Friday, April 8 at Champs Hill, a private 160-seat concert hall owned by David and Mary Bowerman, set in beautiful countryside near Pulborough.
Guests will have the opportunity to stroll around the 27-acre sculpture-dotted gardens and to view the Bowerman’s extensive private art collection before settling down to an informative presentation on Sir Winston Churchill.
The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home provides residential care and rehabilitation to those with a neurological and physical disability - predominantly for those who have served with HM Forces.
The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home receives no government funding and relies upon fundraising to raise over £1 million each year just to meet annual running costs and provide vital services to deserving ex-servicemen and women.
This one-off evening should raise more than £1,500 towards these costs.
Tickets are priced at £20 each or £60 for four to include drinks and canapés on arrival. All proceeds from the event will go directly towards the care of physically disabled ex-Servicemen and women at the Queen Alexandra Hospital Home.
For more information or to buy your tickets please contact the QAHH fundraising team on 01903 218444 or email [email protected]