The Taxi Charity threw a 100th birthday party for WWII veterans George Parsons and Jeffrey Haward at the Union Jack Club on 15 August 2019. ITV News were there to report on it. #GeorgeParsons #JeffreyHaward #UnionJackClub #ITVNews
Great photos from the 100th birthday party at the Union Jack Club we organised for Jeffrey Haward, Ray Whitwell and George Parsons... #JeffreyHaward #RayWhitwell #GeorgeParsons #HarryBailey #TomSchaffer #UnionJackClub
Three veterans will be guests of the Taxi Charity at a lunch on 15 August to celebrate their 100th birthdays On 15 August, the 74th anniversary of V-J Day, veterans Jeffrey Haward, Ray Whitwell and George Parsons will assemble with a group of fellow heroes for a lunch at the Union Jack Club in London to celebrate their 100th birthdays. The lunch will see a group of veterans celebrate with the birthday boys, including 101-year-old Albert Gardner who served with the Royal Engin
On Thursday 24 September 2015, volunteer black cab drivers from the Taxi Charity were asked by the VC & GC Association to escort war veterans around London for the 75th Anniversary of the George Cross and George Medal. The drivers picked up a number of veterans from the Union Jack Club and took them to the King George VI Memorial, where there was a short service and laying of wreaths.
From the memorial, they then drove the veterans to the Royal Hospital Chelsea for the mai
On Thursday 24 September 2015, volunteer black cab drivers from the Taxi Charity will be escorting war veterans around London for the 75th Anniversary of the Inception of the George Cross by King George VI. On Thursday morning, the drivers will be escorting 50 or so veterans and family members from the Union Jack Club to the King George VI Memorial, where there will be a short service and laying of wreaths. From the memorial, they will then escort the veterans to the Royal Ho
On Friday 19 June 2015, members of the Taxi Charity committee were invited to a special lunch at the Union Jack Club in London, where they were presented with a shield by The Glider Pilot Regiment Association. The shield was presented to Taxi Charity Chairman, Gary Belsey, by former glider pilot, Frank Ashleigh, as a thank you for taking a number of their veterans on the charity's recent Return of the Liberators trip to The Netherlands, as well as other veterans' outings. In