Sunday, 28 March 2010

Launch of MHA London 'Forget me Not' Appeal, March 28th

The place - Park Lane Methodist Church, Wembley.

The choir - the London Transport Choir.

The occasion - the launch of MHA's new London 'Forget me Not' Appeal, which seeks to raise £600,000 to raise funds for three local Care Homes, Kenbrook, Lawnfield House and Riverview Lodge.

Additional musical highlights were provided with an unexpected but note perfect vocal solo from MHA Director of Chaplaincy, Keith Albans, and a short, note imperfect, piano solo in the style of Les Dawson from me.

MHA Head of Fundraising Les Sudron provided the continuity, lots of humour, and information about the aims of the Appeal and the important work of MHA today.

1 comment:

Madcap said...

Pleased to see the beautiful Royal Holloway College in Egham, Surrey, where the Methodist council met. Shame it decided to close Wesley Bristol down in such august surroundings.
Where do we in the South West go now?
Where do our lay people go for resourcing and training?
Where do we run diaconal, presbyteral and local preacher training from?
Will the College be sold as a college or as property development?
Can we have a full statement as to how the Council sees these training needs are going to be met in the Recorder so we do not feel we are being abandoned?