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Charitable Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 326 pictures in our Charitable collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

John Grooms Crippleage and Flower Girls Mission Featured Print

John Grooms Crippleage and Flower Girls Mission

John Groom's Crippleage and Flower Girls Mission. Blind and Crippled Girls making artificial flowers. John Groom's vision for orphaned and disabled girls and women to find a way to support themselves has had a lasting legacy, with a network of care homes around the country. John Groom (1845-1919) (pictured centre) set up his first mission in 1866 at the age of 21 for girls and women who needed shelter, a regular meal and a way of earning some money. Date: 1907

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

The Silver Jubilee Aldershot Military Tattoo. An annual event dating back to 1894 Featured Print

The Silver Jubilee Aldershot Military Tattoo. An annual event dating back to 1894

The Silver Jubilee Aldershot Military Tattoo. An annual event dating back to 1894. In the 1920s and 1930s, the Aldershot Command Searchlight Tattoo held at the Rushmoor Arena presented displays from all branches of the services, including performances lit by flame torches. At one time the performances attracted crowds of up to 500,000 people. The Tattoo was organised to raise money for military charities. By the end of the 1930s the event was raising around 40,000 annually. Physical Training and Club Swinging. Date: 1935

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Pat Kerr, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. August 1990 Featured Print

Pat Kerr, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. August 1990

After opening the Lostwithiel Church Fete, orphanage founder, Pat Kerr, was presented with scroll in recognition of her work. Miss Kerr, born and bred in the town, was an air stewardess with British Airways, who, upon seeing the plight of homeless children in Bangladesh on her stopovers, decided to set up an orphanage in Dacca. With her determination, practical skill, involving the British Airways crews and eventually the financial might of British Airways itself, she built the orphanage. Pat was followed in her endeavours by reporter Desmond Wilcox and a BBC film crew, and was a subject of This is Your Life with Michael Aspel. The citation on the scroll reads To Miss Patricia Kerr, MBE, in recognition of your services to homeless children in Bangladesh, by your practical help in the building of the orphanage there, by the example you have provided to our young people in your selfless work for the benefit of others and the credit you have brought to this town; the people of Lostwithiel have resolved to present you with this scroll, both as a token of their appreciation and of the esteem and affection in which you are held. Signed by John Reed, Mayor, and Fran Dennison, Town Clerk. Pat Kerr is pictured with Mayor John Reed who is presenting her with the scroll. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker