We are delighted to invite the general public to attend an exhibition on Monday 30th January 2017, 10.00 am – 3.00 pm, here in our main Community Hall at Stoll. For one day only we will be presenting some of the key pieces from our archive recording the history of Stoll and our work supporting some of the country’s most disabled Veterans over the last 100 years.

 

The charity was established 100 years ago by the theatre impresario Sir Oswald Stoll who was moved by the number of wounded soldiers returning from the First World War. He provided housing and nursing care to those in the greatest need. The needs of today’s Veterans are very different, but Stoll’s work remains just as pertinent as the number of applicants to Stoll show no sign of slowing.

 

The Stoll Exhibition is open to the public for one day and will show some great archive information stretching over the last 100 years.  This will be a great opportunity for young people to learn about Veterans past and present and to hear first hand from some of our current Veterans.

 

We invite you to come and discover more about our work and the achievements of our inspirational Veterans. I enclose a map with directions to our main site in Fulham.

 

To confirm your attendance to this event please contact Dorothy Jones at:dorothy.jones@stoll.org.uk  by Monday 23rd January 2017. Alternatively, you can reach her by phone on: 07469 353 405.

 

 

Stoll, 446 Fulham Road, London, SW6 1DT. www.stoll.org.uk

Formerly known at the Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation.