The 'Lest We Forget' Association
Providing Entertainment and Support for Disabled Ex-servicemen and Women

Artistes providing entertainment

Carol Anne Wells

A former student of the Royal College of Music, Carol Anne Wells studied oboe, singing and her first instrument- piano – with Angus Morrison, winning the Ellen Marie Curtis Mozart prize, and several scholarships for advanced piano study.

Carol Anne became the first official accompanist at the Opera School of the RCM. Since then, her playing as a soloist/accompanist in concerts, cabaret, opera and musical theatre has charmed the critics, eliciting the comment from eminent musicologist Dr. Percy Young: “The most beautiful piano playing I have heard in years.”

We sponsor Carol Anne for musical entertainment at Blind Veterans UK and at St. David’s Home. Every year, on January 14th, she organises the Founder’s Day Concert, on our behalf, at the Royal Star & Garter.

Click here to go to Carol Anne’s own website

Mickie Driver

Since 1983, Mickie Driver has toured his one-man shows throughout Britain, working in homes, sheltered units, hospitals, arts centres and theatres. During this time he has earned a reputation as one of the finest entertainers available.

Unfortunately, the job of booking suitable, good entertainment has become a lottery- some you win, and some you lose. In an effort to raise the standard of artistes available, Mickie has formed Variety Collective, where entertainers are complete professionals.

Mickie organises the entertainment at our Concert & Party every October at All Saints’ Church Hall in West Ewell.

Click here to go to the Variety Collective website