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Keyline Colchester helps children’s charity park toy cars

Keyline Colchester helps children’s charity park toy cars

Press Releases   •   Dec 21, 2017 18:30 GMT

​The Colchester branch of Keyline was delighted to donate materials to The Sick Children’s Trust to enable the charity to build a shelter for outdoor toys kept at Acorn House.

Acorn House cooks up £5k funding

Acorn House cooks up £5k funding

Press Releases   •   Jun 23, 2014 16:52 BST

Community award from Engage Mutual ensures special space for families of sick children

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Cancer survivor starts school

Cancer survivor starts school

News   •   Sep 13, 2018 09:01 BST

Ismael, who has battled with cancer since he was 16 months old, has started school the the first day. The little boy, who has now defeated leukaemia, wants to be a dinosaur when he grows up. Read his story and how we supported his family at Acorn House.

Dad to take on monumental 271-mile three day cycle challenge to Paris to thank The Sick Children's Trust

Dad to take on monumental 271-mile three day cycle challenge to Paris to thank The Sick Children's Trust

News   •   Jul 23, 2018 11:00 BST

A devoted Dad, Russell Cooper, is taking on an epic cycle challenge to raise money for The Sick Children's Trust after we supported him and his fiancé Kelly at Acorn House whilst their baby boy received lifesaving treatment in Addenbrooke's Hospital.

Cambridge Building Society kicks off fundraising for The Sick Children’s Trust with Big Chocolate Tea

Cambridge Building Society kicks off fundraising for The Sick Children’s Trust with Big Chocolate Tea

News   •   May 17, 2018 11:08 BST

The Sick Children's Trust has been selected as the Cambridge Building Society's Summer partnership and have kicked off their fundraising with a Big Chocolate Tea event and cooking in Acorn House.

The Sick Children’s Trust was there for us when we didn’t think our precious baby girl was going to make it; without them I don’t know how we would have survived.

The Sick Children’s Trust was there for us when we didn’t think our precious baby girl was going to make it; without them I don’t know how we would have survived.

News   •   Apr 03, 2018 12:24 BST

We supported Rhiannon and Zak in Chestnut House for three weeks when their daughter Luna was recovering from necrotising enterocolitis.. Luna has since battled pneumonia, been declared profoundly deaf and had stoma reversal surgery at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. When the family returned to Cambridge for Luna’s second operation, Rhiannon and Zak stayed with us again at Acorn House.