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Payne and Gunter

Wednesday, October 21, 2015 - 11:30

On Tuesday 6 October, a group of nearly 2,000 guests gathered for Blind Veterans UK’s special Service of Thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey. The event honoured the centenary of Blind Veterans UK, the charity for blind and vision-impaired ex-Service men and women, and celebrated the historic achievements of the charity and the many veterans it has supported.

Payne and Gunter provided exclusive Blind Veterans UK lunch hampers for all those attended the event at Westminster Abbey, who included blind veterans and their families, as well as supporters, staff and volunteers of the charity.

More details about the day can be found: http://westminster-abbey.org/press/news/2015/october/westminster-abbey-marks-blind-veterans-uk-centenary