On 30th November, ELoH is hosting its third Carol Service – we hope you can join us for an early Christmas celebration!

This is a free charity concert but we encourage everyone to make a donation to support the children in our projects. This year’s Carol Service will be held in St Bride’s Church on Fleet Street – the spiritual home of journalists and newspapers. St Brides is one of the most famous historic Churches in London and is well known for having one of the best professional choirs in the country.

*** UPDATE: The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is reading at this year’s event ***

Find tickets and information on www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/carols-by-candlelight-tickets-38622297331.


Carol Concert, St Bride's Church, Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope, helping child amputees walk


St Brides will be lit by candlelight as you listen to the beautiful choir, hear about our projects and the child amputees whose lives we are changing together. Afterwards you are welcome to join us for mulled wine and mince pies. Bring along all your friends and family for this wonderful festive occasion!

Readers this year will include the Daily Telegraph Editor Chris Evans, best-selling children’s author Ian Whybrow, Times columnist Matthew Parris, and RAF amputee veteran Duncan Slater, and Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.

The money raised will go directly towards our crucial work with child amputees in less developed countries – making sure they can access prosthetics, education and social support. Find out more about our work here.

Thank you for your support. We hope to see you on the 30th November!


This event is kindly sponsored by PLMR – politcal lobbying & media relations

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