Leave a gift in your will

Help secure Alexandra Palace for future generations

You may have grown up around Alexandra Palace, or raised your children in the area. Maybe it was where you went to your first gig. Or where you learned to ice skate.

Anyone who’s ever visited Ally Pally, it seems, takes home a memory.

If you have an affinity with Alexandra Palace and want your family and others to benefit from all it has to offer, you can help pass on memories to future generations by leaving a gift in your will.

Why leave a gift in your will?

Alexandra Palace already supports a wide range of events throughout the year, but 40% of the building is still classified as derelict. We are working every day to restore the building and bring all of it back into use.

The income we generate from events helps pay for some of the upkeep of the Palace, but there is a long way to go.

The East Wing Restoration Project is well underway and there are opportunities to get involved in this as well. As we bring the historic areas of the building back to life, more people than ever will visit Ally Pally in years to come.

With your support, the People’s Palace will continue to inspire and entertain future generations enjoying a range of events from world-class theatre and major gigs, to the much-loved ice rink and fireworks.

By making a gift in your will, you can give someone a memory for life.

You may also be able to reduce your inheritance tax liability by leaving 10% of your estate to charity – but as with all financial planning, it is important to seek professional advice.

“My uncle took me to my first jazz concert at Ally Pally in 1979 when I was 8. I am now a great jazz lover.’ — Sam, aged 46

“I worked as a secretary at the BBC in the 50s. At the secretaries hostel where I lived, we listened to broadcasts from Ally Pally, so I have great fondness for the place.” — Mavis, aged 76

“I remember coming to the TV studios at Ally Pally on a school coach trip from Leeds in the 80s. I loved visiting Alexandra Palace again last year when I stayed with relatives.” — Dorothy, aged 53.

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