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Carol Concert 12 December 2012

On 12 December, a carol concert was held at St Mary Abbots Church for the Trust.  Approximately 500 people attended the service. The Trust is very grateful to Lt. General James Bucknall, Allan Lamb, Kate Silverton and Lord Poltimore all of whom read readings.  In addition, the Trust held a drinks reception prior to the service at Kensington Palace for sponsors, readers and friends of the Trust. A total of £20,000 was raised.  Thank you to all those who supported this wonderful evening.  Special thanks to Jo Richards, Joe Parkin and Jules Vero who organised the event and St Mary Abbots Church for letting us hold the service in their beautiful church.


Second DDMT Carol Service

Wednesday 12th December 2012

The Lt Dougie Dalzell Memorial Trust is excited to announce the second Carol Service held at St. Mary Abbots Parish Church, Kensington Church Street.

Last year was an amazing occasion and once again we hope as many people as possible can join us for carols and festive cheer!

The Jubilee Sailing Trust

The Jubilee Sailing Trust owns and operates tall ships designed and built to enable people of all physical abilities to sail side-by-side as equals. Recently David Sage, Dougie's Uncle, secured a place for one injured soldier on the last leg of Lord Nelson's round the world voyage in 2014.  This will be fully funded by DDMT. 

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Soldiers In Mind

Soldiers in Mind is a free confidential mental health service for serving personnel and their families who have been affected in the line of military duty. It is separate from the military, delivered by the Lt Dougie Dalzell MC Memorial Trust.

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Gardening Leave

Gardening Leave is a charity started in 2007 by Anna Baker Cresswell to improve the mental and physical wellbeing of Serving and ex-Service personnel using Horticultural Therapy in walled gardens, and is now developing Horicultural Therapy projects throughout the UK.

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Horseback UK

HorseBack UK is a charity which has been created to provide a safe and secure environment to aid those serving, or those who have served in the UK armed forces. Many of whom have suffered physical injury and/or acute stress as a result of their commitment to their country.

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