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At the time when I desperately needed to be with my son, The Sick Children’s Trust made that possible.

At the time when I desperately needed to be with my son, The Sick Children’s Trust made that possible.

News   •   Jan 19, 2018 11:00 GMT

Ned was born at 28 weeks weighing just 1.2kilos. He had a grade four bleed on the brain, sepsis and needed resuscitating and ventilating. Mum, Kerry, was told that the odds were very much against him and it was unlikely he would survive. However today, Ned celebrates his first birthday.

20 month old Flynn and family to feature in BBC Lifeline to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust

20 month old Flynn and family to feature in BBC Lifeline to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust

News   •   Jan 17, 2018 16:26 GMT

We supported Flynn's family in 2016 when he was born at 27 weeks and needed lifesaving treatment at The Rosie Hospital. He's now doing really well and this month, his family share their story on national television to help raise awareness and vital funds for The Sick Children's Trust.

Parents of seriously premature baby girl fundraise for The Sick Children’s Trust

Parents of seriously premature baby girl fundraise for The Sick Children’s Trust

News   •   Jan 03, 2018 09:00 GMT

Laura and Chris Penfold are on a fundraising mission to raise money for The Sick Children's Trust after we supported them when baby Willow was born 13 weeks early and needed lifesaving treatment at The Rosie Hospital.

The world of prematurity is one that you never think you are going to be a part of until it happens. You have a lifetime membership to a club you didn’t want to join.

The world of prematurity is one that you never think you are going to be a part of until it happens. You have a lifetime membership to a club you didn’t want to join.

News   •   Dec 24, 2017 15:06 GMT

Baby Willow was born on 28 December 2016 at just 27 weeks old. Now the Penfold family are getting ready to celebrate her first Christmas after a tumultuous start to the year.

Family support The Sick Children's Trust's Christmas appeal as thanks for giving them a ‘Home from Home’

Family support The Sick Children's Trust's Christmas appeal as thanks for giving them a ‘Home from Home’

News   •   Dec 19, 2017 12:50 GMT

Alexander Morris' family have donated £210 to our Christmas appeal, bringing us closer to our target of £13,140, enough to keep our ten 'Homes from Home' running over the festive period!

Dad on fundraising mission to thank charity who helped family after birth of seriously ill daughter

Dad on fundraising mission to thank charity who helped family after birth of seriously ill daughter

News   •   Nov 13, 2017 09:50 GMT

Doting father organises weekly runs around his local park and raises over £300 to say thank you to The Sick Children's Trust

Mums complete neon Glow In The Park 5km run to say thank you to The Sick Children's Trust

Mums complete neon Glow In The Park 5km run to say thank you to The Sick Children's Trust

News   •   Oct 26, 2017 09:45 BST

Two mums who met at Chestnut House complete Glow In The Park Run to say thank you for supporting them after birth of their baby sons

Father training hard for half marathon to thank charity who helped his family

Father training hard for half marathon to thank charity who helped his family

News   •   Sep 26, 2017 14:27 BST

A young father is running the Leicester Half Marathon to raise money for The Sick Children's Trust to say thank you for supporting his family when they needed it most

Miracle twins given just a 10% chance of survival start school for first time

Miracle twins given just a 10% chance of survival start school for first time

News   •   Aug 15, 2017 15:30 BST

Caitlin and Daniel will start school for the very first time this September, despite not expecting to survive. The twins were born prematurely and spent the first 19 weeks of their lives in hospital. We supported their parents at Chestnut House.

Student officers raise over £2,000 for The Sick Children's Trust

Student officers raise over £2,000 for The Sick Children's Trust

News   •   Jun 19, 2017 15:51 BST

15 student officers from Essex police college have raised over £2,000 for The Sick Children's Trust through a 24 hour football fundraiser.

#VolunteersWeek - Meet Margaret, our Chestnut House volunteer

#VolunteersWeek - Meet Margaret, our Chestnut House volunteer

Blog posts   •   Jun 01, 2017 12:16 BST

This week is volunteers' week - and to mark it we are celebrating our very own wonderful supporters.

Chestnut House was our safety net when it felt like the ground was crumbling beneath our feet.

Chestnut House was our safety net when it felt like the ground was crumbling beneath our feet.

News   •   May 31, 2017 15:15 BST

Rachel and Dan were told to prepare for heartbreak after their daughter was starved of oxygen for 22 minutes. During this time, we supported them at Chestnut House.

Parents Of Baby Born Weighing Same As Bag Of Sugar Back Charity’s Big Chocolate Tea Campaign
This is our story and it starts right here, this is our story and it continues at home.

This is our story and it starts right here, this is our story and it continues at home.

News   •   Apr 03, 2017 10:37 BST

Flynn was born at 27 weeks and was seriously ill. Although at six weeks it seemed like he was turning a corner, he got even worse with septicemia. Now, Flynn is 11 months old and is doing really well and celebrates his first birthday next month.

Parents Of Baby Predicted Not To Survive 48hrs  Back Big Chocolate Tea

Parents Of Baby Predicted Not To Survive 48hrs Back Big Chocolate Tea

News   •   Mar 30, 2017 10:35 BST

Natasha and Ashley Elley are joining in the chocola-tea fun this April and are asking others to get involved in helping The Sick Children's Trust raise over £65,000.

​I couldn’t have asked for anything more. She understood.

​I couldn’t have asked for anything more. She understood.

News   •   Feb 10, 2017 09:15 GMT

Freya-Lilly was born full term weighing in at over 9lbs. However, she was seriously ill after inhaling meconium during labour. Freya spent two weeks at Colchester Hospital, but after showing no signs of improvement she was transferred to The Rosie Hospital, where we supported her family at Chestnut House.

The best thing was if I woke up in the middle of the night and wanted to see Stanley, I could just go upstairs and he was there. I was never far away from my baby boy.

The best thing was if I woke up in the middle of the night and wanted to see Stanley, I could just go upstairs and he was there. I was never far away from my baby boy.

News   •   Jan 20, 2017 16:09 GMT

Stanley was born at 27 weeks, weighing 2lb 1oz. We supported his family in Chestnut House while he received his treatment.

Thanks to The Sick Children’s Trust’s ‘Homes from Home’; we could be with the boys at any time, which meant the world to us.

Thanks to The Sick Children’s Trust’s ‘Homes from Home’; we could be with the boys at any time, which meant the world to us.

News   •   Jan 18, 2017 17:20 GMT

James and Alex are about to celebrate their first birthday despite being born at 29 weeks. We supported their family at Chestnut and Acorn House.

If it was not for The Sick Children’s Trust, we wouldn’t have managed to be by our little man

If it was not for The Sick Children’s Trust, we wouldn’t have managed to be by our little man

News   •   Jan 11, 2017 13:18 GMT

Albie was born at just over 26 weeks and it wasn’t until he was five hours old that his parents, Tyler and Michala, got to meet him. He was rushed off to The Rosie Hospital, from Colchester, and over the next nine weeks his parents watched him fight for survival. During their time at The Rosie Hospital, we supported the couple in Chestnut House.

Parents Thank Charity For Support After Baby Boy Given Just Four Hours To Live Defies Odds

Parents Thank Charity For Support After Baby Boy Given Just Four Hours To Live Defies Odds

News   •   Jan 06, 2017 12:05 GMT

Ash and Victoria are thanking The Sick Children's Trust for giving them a 'Home from Home' while their son undergoes treatment in The Rosie Hospital and Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge by doing the Isle of Wight challenge.