Stoll Archive Exhibition

As part of our Centenary celebrations, Stoll is delighted to welcome you to our archive exhibition on the 30th January 2017 at Fulham Mansions, 10 am – 3 pm.

The charity was established in 1916 by the theatre impresario Sir Oswald Stoll, who was moved by the number of wounded soldiers returning from the First World War. Stoll’s concern was that Veterans would not only need accommodation for themselves and their families, but also specialist support to deal with any trauma they were experiencing.

The Stoll exhibition is open to the community and will display some great archive information stretching over the last 100 years on how Stoll continues to support the nation’s ex-Service men and women and began in 1916. Join us and learn more about Sir Oswald Stoll, his vision to support ex-Service personnel and how Stoll works with vulnerable Veterans today. Please contact Estelle Smith if you have any queries.

Monday 30th January 2017 10:00am – 15:00pm

The Community Hall, Sir Oswald Stoll Mansions, 446 Fulham Road, London SW6 1DT

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