|Sue Ryder 'Lights of Love' remembrance events
|Tuesday, December 9, 2008 10:14 am.
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| Sue Ryder Care is organising a series of 'Lights of Love' remembrance services around the country throughout Advent. The London servide will be led by Pam Rhodes from BBC Songs of Praise, at the Church of SS Anselm and Cecilia in Holborn on Wednesday, 17 December at 7.30pm.
A Polish choir will sing traditional carols during the event. Baroness Ryder, CMG OBE, was a legend in her time. Together with her war-hero husband Leonard Cheshire she devoted her life to many charitable projects, including residential homes for sick and disabled survivors of World War Two in Poland and England. Parks in Warsaw and Gdynia are named after her.
A full calender of the events is listed below:
Holme Hall, Thursday 11 December 6.30pm
Hickleton Hall, Tuesday 9 December 6.30pm
Wheatfields Hospice, Sunday 7 December 4.30pm
St Chad's Church, Sunday 14 December 3pm
St Andrew's Church Gargrave, Sunday 7 December 4pm
Manorlands Hospice, Sunday 14 December 4pm
Thorpe Hall Hospice, Sunday 7 December 6.30pm
St John's Hospice, Sunday 7 December 4pm
St John's Hospice, Sunday 7 December 6pm
Church of SS Anselm & Cecilia, Holborn Wednesday 17 December, 7.30pm
Stagenhoe Care Centre, Monday 15th December, 7pm
St Matthew's Church, Wednesday 10th December 6.45pm
Nettlebed Hospice, Thursday 4th December 7pm
The Chantry, Saturday December 6th 2pm
Dee View Court, Aberdeen, Wednesday December 3rd 6pm