News • Sep 06, 2016 16:59 BST
Mimi Clarke has been fighting a brain tumour over the last three years and has inspired a group of 11 men to cycle over 1,000km to raise money for Acorn House.
News • Sep 01, 2016 16:45 BST
Rich Stainthorpe is on a fundraising mission to raise as much money as possible for The Sick Children's Trust and East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices. Rich and partner Donna were supported in Acorn House when their baby daughter, Imogen, sadly passed away at just over six weeks old. East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices supported the family following their tragic loss.
News • Jul 26, 2016 11:58 BST
A grateful mum is holding a fun-filled family day to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust, the charity which supported her family while her new-born son was seriously ill in hospital.
News • Jul 11, 2016 10:36 BST
Join The Sick Children’s Trust’s Acorn and Chestnut House Managers, Sandra and Abi at their Family Fun Day on Sunday 17 July at Swavesey Windmill
News • Jul 08, 2016 09:00 BST
Last year, Joseph became seriously ill after an ear infection turned into an abscess on the brain. We supported his Mum and Dad in Acorn House while he was treated at Addenbrooke's Hospital.
News • Jun 07, 2016 11:04 BST
Suzan Cain stayed at Acorn House last year when her son, Nathan, went in for surgery and has decided to host a charity ball to say thanks to us and two other charities for their support.
‘Mummy, why do you do these crazy things?’ Because The Sick Children’s Trust really helped Mummy and Daddy.
News • Jun 01, 2016 11:11 BST
Mum Lina has just completed Tough Mudder to raise money for The Sick Children's Trust. When her seven-year-old daughter was just 18 months old, she became seriously ill and needed treatment at Addenbrooke's Hospital, we supported her in Acorn House.
News • May 24, 2016 10:18 BST
Michelle and Gary Edwards have raised £4,000 after we supported them in Acorn House when their son Jamie needed life-saving treatment.
News • May 20, 2016 12:42 BST
As Jay undergoes treatment for a brain tumour, his brothers and sister wanted to do something to help...They threw a Big Choc Tea party and raised nearly £3,000.
While this is still stressful, knowing that Acorn House is there just makes everything so much easier.
News • Apr 13, 2016 16:45 BST
Guy and Vincenza stayed were supported by Acorn House when their son, Dario, was born seriously ill and required specialist treatment at Addenbrooke's Hospital.
News • Mar 02, 2016 09:00 GMT
Thank you to Clare who will be taking on the Three Peaks to raise money for us. Read more on her story here.
News • Feb 11, 2016 12:52 GMT
Amelia was born 13 weeks early last Christmas weighing a tiny 1lb 1oz. She spent the first six months of her life in The Rosie Hospital undergoing specialist treatment to make her strong enough to be taken home. At one-year-old, Amelia is now 15lb and very healthy
News • Jan 14, 2016 15:15 GMT
Acorn House Manager, Sandra and Chestnut House Manager, Abi, are hosting their second Boogie Night's on Saturday 13 February
News • Dec 23, 2015 09:48 GMT
The Mayor of Cambridge recently visited The Sick Children’s Trust's Acorn House, located at Addenbrooke’s Hospital to congratulate staff and the Cambridge Fundraising Committee on their hard work and dedication over the last 15 years. The committee have raised over £570,000 in that time which has contributed to helping hundreds of families with sick children in hospital.
News • Dec 18, 2015 10:58 GMT
Finley spent last Christmas in hospital, but this year he will be spending it at home
News • Oct 23, 2015 11:33 BST
Jenny and Alex stayed with us three years ago in Acorn House and regularly come back to visit and support us by taking part in fundraising and events. Here is their family story
News • Oct 23, 2015 11:21 BST
The friend of a couple whose toddler has been diagnosed with an aggressive cancer is putting himself through tough challenges to fundraise for The Sick Children's trust that has been supporting them during this time.
News • Oct 16, 2015 13:41 BST
A Mum whose daughter became seriously ill with septic shock after catching chicken pox has thanked two charities that helped her, and her daughter while she received specialist treatment.
News • Sep 28, 2015 16:57 BST
An enthusiastic runner is lacing up her trainers in preparation for The Royal Parks Half Marathon in the hope of raising hundreds of pounds for The Sick Children’s Trust, to thank the charity for supporting her best friend during every parent’s worst nightmare.
News • Sep 04, 2015 10:51 BST
A Mum whose daughter became seriously ill with septic shock after catching chicken pox is thanking two charities that helped her, and her daughter while she received specialist treatment.