Events

The Commandery of King Offa will celebrate its 10th anniversary on 1 June with a pilgrimage at Locko Park, Derbyshire, followed by Evensong and a light buffet with drinks.

Further details to follow

The Commandery Vigil & Annual Service will take place at St Barnabas Cathedral, Nottingham, followed by a banquet at the Belgrave Rooms, Nottingham

Further details to follow

 

The Commandery of Cumbria invites you to join them at the Commander’s Garden Party, to be held at Ash House, Ball Lane, Caton, Lancashire LA2 9QN on 20 July.

Start time:                   14.00               End time:  17.00

There will be a barbeque, musical entertainment games and energetic games in the joining field for younger members.

Proceeds will be split between The St. Lazarus Charitable Trust and MENCAP.

Commandery of Wales pilgrimage to Walsingham.  The pilgrim itinerary will include Commandery events hosted at both the Anglican Shrine and the Catholic Basilica of Our Lady of Walsingham.  Further details from Chevalier Dr David Woolf KCLJ, Commander of Wales.

 

A weekend with Leprosy Mission Vice President Ann Widdecombe

Full details will be published in due course

Members of the Commandery of King Offa will take part in the Remembrance Parade at the War Memorial, on the Victoria Embankment, Nottingham

Further details to follow

A Concert in aid of the St Lazarus Charitable Trust to raise money for the relief of Leprosy Sufferers throughout the world

at St Paul's Church Knightsbridge

Includes a rare performance of the Piano Trio in D minor by the English-born composer, Henry Charles Litolff, who is mainly remembered today for the sparkling and light-hearted ‘Scherzo’ from his Concerto Symphonique No. 4, op. 102 for piano & orchestra (1852).

 Programme

Ludwig van Beethoven: Variations on "Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu” in G Op. 121a (1803)

Henry Charles Litolff: Piano Trio No....

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The annual Advent carol service for the Commandery of King Offa will take place on 1 December at St Wilfrid’s Church, Kirkby in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, followed by a celebration lunch.

Further details to follow