Arriving six weeks early in Chelmsford, Essex, baby Jude needed immediate life-saving attention before being placed on a ventilator and transferred to The Rosie Hospital in Cambridge. To mark World Prematurity Day 2023, which takes place on 17 November, dad James Eddleston explains how Chestnut House kept him close to his son at the most difficult of times.
Committee honoured at special luncheon at 'The Gherkin' to celebrate a remarkable 24 years of fundraising for our 'Homes from Home' in Cambridge
Thoughout his daughter's three week stay at The Rosie Hospital in Cambridge in 2020, Jimmy Cross and his family were supported at our Chestnut House 'Home from Home'.
46 brand new mattresses given to Acorn House and Chestnut House as Cambridge South Rotary Club direct local businessman's legacy gift to helping families with a seriously ill child in hospital
When baby Jacob was diagnosed with leukaemia just hours after arriving, our Chestnut House 'Home from Home' in Cambridge provided vital support to parents Laura and Tracey. Laura shares their story.
"Absolutely delighted" Strictly star to host a golf day at the stunning Brocket Hall in Hertfordshire to raise funds and awareness
Since the year 2000, the Cambridge Fundraising Committee have raised over £940,000 in funding for our two 'Homes from Home' in Cambridge
Cambridge Futsal Club, who play in the FA National Futsal Series, has named The Sick Children’s Trust as its nominated charity for the 2022/23 season.
Ahead of broadcast, we introduce the three wonderful families who appear in this amazing showcase of our charity.
Brave Essex mum Tegan Scrivener is undertaking a tandem skydive this weekend to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust after we supported her family with a place to stay while baby son Herbert – who was born weighing 2lb, 10oz – was in hospital in 2016.
Since 2000 the Cambridge Fundraising Committee have raised over £920,000 to help support Acorn and Chestnut Houses so we can keep more families together while their children undergo specialist treatment in Cambridge.
Eight year old Imogen Haslam will be taking on the three peaks challenge to raise money to support Chestnut House
Help us raise £237,000 to support families in all 148 rooms of our ‘Homes from Home’ for 40 nights
Oscar was born three months early and spent seven weeks on the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. His parents, Edward and Louise, were supported by Chestnut House and were always just a stone's throw away from his side
Freddie was born 15 weeks early and spent 125 days in hospital, 90 minutes away from home. Chestnut House kept his parents Lewis and Emma by his side