Lady Hill and Deputy Mayor, Councillor Julian Ellacott attended The Children’s Trust Volunteer Awards on Wednesday 12 December, a special event to mark the enormous contribution volunteers make to the charity, which helps children with brain injury from across the UK.
Yesterday (11th Dec2018) players of Fulham Football Club were delighted to be among the first to hear ‘Are You Ready for Christmas?’, a Christmas single created by a group of young people attending The Children’s Trust School for children with complex education, health, therapy and care needs.
Living space for children with brain injury and neurodisability has been transformed thanks to a £44,000 donation from The Kingswood Arms Golf Society and donations from generous supporters of The Children’s Trust.
Stars such as Elaine Paige, Marc Almond and Suzi Quatro have put their names to The Extraordinary Music Box Appeal, a campaign by The Children’s Trust based in Tadworth in Surrey, to highlight the importance of music to children having rehabilitation following a brain injury.
The actress, whose sister Natasha Richardson sadly died of a brain injury in 2009, took time out from her busy schedule to meet children aged 2 to 18 staying at The Children’s Trust for brain injury rehabilitation following an accident or illness