Arthur will be walking 30 miles from his home in South Benfleet to Stevenson House to thank The Sick Children's Trust for supporting his parents when his older brother Henry was born premature.
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.
Are you up for a challenge? Join #TeamSCT and help us to keep families together when they need each other the most.
Watts Group LTD have chosen us as their charity partner for the next with their seven regional teams all taking part in a number of challenges to raise a minimum of £5,500 to support our 'Homes from Home'.
Eight year old Imogen Haslam will be taking on the three peaks challenge to raise money to support Chestnut House
Tea, kimonos and handmade creations! Join Deanna Tyson, artist and teacher, for an unforgettable afternoon
Enjoy a tour of the Jenners' delightful one-acre garden in Cambridge
Join us for afternoon tea and a fascinating talk about Clarence House, the London residence of the Prince of Wales
Get your tickets for two captivating talks followed by a 2-course lunch with wine
Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery, John Wallwork CBE DL, will speak about developments in xeno-transplantations
Immerse yourself in nature during a tour of the Pearsons' beautiful seven-acre garden in Cambridge
Don't miss an illustrated talk by Ian Mather, Chairman of The Cambridge Arts Theatre & CEO of Cambridge United
Join the Cambridge Fundraising Committee for a talk given by Lucy Lewis, the first woman to operate as a Bomb Disposal Officer
Cycle past London's iconic landmarks under the night sky while raising money to keep families together