Rugby Against Mens Mental Illness Together

It is our honour and privilege to invite a select group of friends to visit the Tower of London on Saturday 4th April 2020.

For those of you who are not yet acquainted with our good friend and brother in rugby, Scott Kelly is a Yeoman Warder (Beefeater) at the Tower of London. One of the very few honourable men that have earned the appointment as Body Guard to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in Extraordinary.

As a close friend to ourselves here at RAMMIT Scott would like to help us in our journey to support Teac Tom and CALM and beating the stigma around mental illness and taking it easier to speak out about our mental health.

Event Details Time: 19:15 - 23:45 At 19:30 you will start a 1 hour private tour around the Tower, after which onwards to the most exclusive bar in London, The Yeoman Warders Bar situated within the Tower grounds for few fine ales and exclusive Gins.

Immediately followed by a return to the courtyard, where after a 30 minute brief on the Ceremony of the Keys - the traditional locking up of the Tower of London (The Oldest most Colourful Ceremony of its Kind in the World), followed by the ceremony itself.

There is currently over a TWO year waiting list to see this ceremony, as such it is truly an honour to be invited in to bear witness too. Once completed, we are again invited to the Yeoman Warders Bar to continue enjoying its hidden delights.

After a few drinks some good conversation and a little mingling, we are excited to announce that Enda O'Doherty - Motivational Speaker and well known endurance athlete will be making a short speech on Mental Health in addition to special guest Tony Buckley. Followed by a couple of fund raising auctions. The drinking will continue until last orders at 11:30, where we will thank you for your time and take our leave from the tower at 23:45.

The Finer Details

The event will start promptly at 19:15, latest entry to the Tower will 19:30, anybody arriving after this WILL NOT be admitted.

There is no charge to attend this event however Scott has asked that you kindly make a donation of your choosing to our foundation so that we can continue our work. All donations will go straight into the provision of mental health services and promoting the mental health awareness campaign and can be made on the link below:

Donations can be made here

Please confirm your attendance with the form below, if you have already registered your interest on Fatsoma, we will you need to re-register.

We will contact you closer to the event with updated information and where and when to meet, we can't wait to see you all.