St Clement Danes Church
St Clement Danes Church has existed in one guise or another for over 1000 years. The Church was destroyed in World War 2 before being handed into the keeping of the RAF. A world-wide appeal was launched to rebuild the Church and it re-opened in 1958. It now provides a place of reflection and solace for those who have lost comrades both in combat and in peace time. Most importantly, the Central Church is a shrine of remembrance, honouring, by name, all of those RAF personnel who have died in service since the RAF formed in 1918. Many people regularly visit to view the names of family, friends or colleagues in the Books of Remembrance. The church staff also often assist ex-servicemen from the street and sign post them to other support services.
This charity run project seeks to maintain a calm, discreet and respectful environment for all. Having to rely upon the generosity of the public, we greatly appreciate your support to help keep such an important place open.
Charity No: 250350
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