Residents took to the stage and shared their funniest jokes, stories and impressions to kick-off the event ‘Laughter & Sunshine’, which is running in all 25 Brighterkind care homes across the UK during May.
Ronnie Sykes, from Forest Hill, became seriously ill with a congenital heart defect called Wolff Parkinson White Syndrome when he was three weeks old.
Born in Clapham, the youngest of nine children, Dennis Waterman started life in Elms Road on Clapham Common South side, but would go on to become synonymous with London life in the 1970s and 1980s.
The transformation was completed by the Bromley-based volunteer gardening and horticulture project, Branching Out, and the space has also been created with wheelchair users in mind.
St Christopher’s, in Lawrie Park Road, describes itself as a proud centre of innovation and excellence in hospice care and will host its Discover Hospice Care Taster Day on Tuesday, 5th July.
More than 150 pallets of supplies have been shipped to Ukrainian hospitals, containing (PPE) such as gloves and theatre gowns, as well as bandages, sutures, dressings and other essential items.
Multimedia artist Xavier Hilts White, 56, of Vanburgh Park, Blackheath, survived a severe head injury after he was hit by a car while cycling in Peckham Rye in 1985 when he was 18 years old.
Jenny and Billy Fox from Sidcup, took part in half marathon to raise money for Evelina London Children’s Charity after their daughter, Florence, received treatment for a serious heart condition.
Camberwell Lodge Care & Nursing Home will provide a warm welcome as soon as you set foot through the door. Specialising in nursing, residential care, dementia care and short-term respite care.
Sir Ray was the founder and lifetime president of Tindle News, which owned regional titles across the UK as well as radio stations.
Mike Bainbridge, of Ponton Road in Nine Elms, tested positive in April 2021 after losing his sense of taste and smell on Good Friday. Just days later he was on life support.