Mr Alan "Allan" Coyle

Charity details

The Imperial War Museum Development Trust

IWM (Imperial War Museums) tells the story of people who have lived, fought and died in conflicts involving Britain and the Commonwealth since the First World War.

Our family of five museums in London, Manchester and Duxford are home to millions of individual items; photographs, negatives and transparencies; three dimensional objects, like uniforms, medals, firearms, and hundreds of larger objects like aircraft and vehicles.

Our collection features thousands of hours of historical sound recordings, film, books, maps, ephemera, posters, proclamations and publicity leaflets, unpublished diaries, letters and memoirs. 

Our exceptional art collection is one of the most important representations of twentieth century British art in the world. 

Using this rich and varied material we create vivid personal stories that, whilst sometimes challenging, are told with authority and empathy.  Through our dynamic exhibitions, and learning and public engagement programmes, we help shape an understanding of the causes, course and consequences of war for 21st century audiences.

By supporting IWM you will ensure that people’s stories are heard and never forgotten.

Registered Number 1146784

Help For Heroes

In 2007, Bryn and Emma Parry co-founded the Charity Help for Heroes. They set themselves one objective, to help those who have put their lives on the line in our Armed Forces.

More than ten years later and Help for Heroes is an internationally recognised charity that has been able to help over 22,000 people. 12 years on, we want to reflect and feel prouder than ever about all that we have achieved together whilst being mindful that we still have a job to do. That is why this year we are asking all of our supporters, fundraisers, donors, volunteers, and partners to unite to form The Force for Good. We believe that together we can empower those who need us most and help them to regain their sense of purpose and have a positive impact on society.

Registered Number 1120920

Messages of condolence

In loving memory

Mrs Veronica Hutley

Dear Vanessa, Thinking of you and your family. With love Caroline Picking x

Mrs Caroline Picking

With love and heart felt sympathy, dear Vanessa and all the family on Alan's death I will miss his kindness and sense of humour. Patsy and family.

Mrs Patsy Burton

So sorry to lose a brother and best friend. We will miss Alan so much. Deepest sympathy to Vanessa and all the family. With much love, John and Jackie x

Mr John Coyle