Some of our incredibly generous supporters invite you to these amazing ticketed events.
The Hidden Wounds Concert
This is a chance to experience a once in a lifetime concert under the nose of the Vulcan XH558 aircraft, while raising funds for the Help for Heroes Psychological Wellbeing Programmes.
Songwriter and record producer Eliot Kennedy is bringing an all-star charity concert to Doncaster on November 12th. The Yorkshire based song writing legend's gig will launch the debut album and singing career of Joanne Heselden-Edwards, whose late father Jimi was the inventor of the Bastion Barrier System that has saved thousands of soldiers' lives.
Jimi was a huge supporter of Help for Heroes before his tragic death and his legacy well and truly lives on inside the charity with our accomodation wing at Tedworth House named in his honour. Jo wants to continue this legacy with the incredible Hidden Wounds concert, and contuniue changing the lives of those who have served in the Armed Forces.
The event, which will attract guests from all over the country, will consist of a luxury three-course dinner, special guest artsist and a supporting 17-piece swing band, for an exclusive audience in the iconic setting of the Vulcan Hangar
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