Celebrating the life and legacy of Diana, Princess of Wales

31st August, 2017

Celebrating the life and legacy of Diana, Princess of Wales: 31st August 2017 2:30 pm

Mildmay Hospital 19 Tabernacle Garden E2 7DZ

On 31st August 2017 Mildmay will be holding our own tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales at our hospital at 2.30pm. Directions here.

If you would like to join us please call 0207 613 6321 so we can reserve your place and send you a ticket. Places are limited so please do reserve your place.

The Afternoon will begin at 2:30pm with a remembrance service lead by our Patron Canon Roger Royle.

We will also be joined by some past members of staff who will share their memories of Princess Diana’s visits to Mildmay.

We are delighted to be able to now confirm that we will be joined by our patron Linda Robson and Wayne Sleep who will share some of his memories of the Princess.

Wayne Sleep and Diana, Princess of Wales dancing to Billy Joel’s Uptown Girl.

As a tribute we have created four Diana Recognition Awards to celebrate the efforts and achievements of our dedicated staff. The categories reflect some of the qualities we believe the Princess held in high esteem, such as: partnership, kindness, compassion and care, and recognition for those unsung heroes who work tirelessly behind the scenes to give invaluable support. The awards will be voted on by staff and presented on the day.

As Diana, Princess of Wales often shared tea with patients and staff; afternoon tea will follow and be served in our beautiful garden.

Tickets for this event are complimentary but if you would like to make a donation to Mildmay to support our work this would be very much appreciated. Please call 0207 613 6321 to book your ticket.

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This is our opportunity to gather together to honour Diana, Princess of Wales on the 20th anniversary of her untimely death. As one of the charities fortunate enough to benefit so deeply from her time, passion and love, we felt her loss keenly. We want to celebrate her life and give thanks for all she gave to Mildmay and pay tribute to her legacy, her work to raise HIV awareness and break down stigma.

If you have any of your own memories to share of Diana at Mildmay, we’d love to hear from you.

We look forward to welcoming you to Mildmay for this special afternoon

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