Dear Friends and Supporters
Our news page has our latest newsletter and a very special Christmas message from Katie Roberts about the vital work that is continuing at The Children‘‘s Trust despite the difficulties associated with COVID 19.
Even this year our work has continued, albeit very much reduced due to the Corona virus impact. There has a;lso been a number of changes to our committee and those of us now involved with the Friends promise to continue the fine work they had already accomplished.
The Friends are the longest running supporter group of The Children's Trust.
The Children's Trust is the UK's leading charity for children with brain injury. They deliver rehabilitation, education and community services through skilled teams who work with children‚ young people and their families.
The Friends of the Children's Trust are a registered charitable organisation whose aims are to raise awareness of the crucial work carried out by the Children’s Trust and to enhance the lives of the children with severe brain injuries cared for by the Children’s Trust. Our focus is on providing specialist play‚ leisure activities‚ educational opportunities and extra comfort for these special children. Please read our about page to find out more about who we are and what we have accomplished.
In view of Coronavirus The Friends of the Children’s Trust have cancelled all planned events until such time the virus is under control and we can all meet in safety.
We hope to be able to arrange a date later in the new year when it is safe to do so. To all our supporters, thank you for your help in these troubled times. Please revisit the website in June to see what the latest situation is regarding our future events.
Virtual tour of Sue Edwards spring gardenWe have opened our garden here in Tadworth on the Wednesday before Easter for over 20 years. This year due to the Coronavirus you cannot unfortunately come and visit the garden, instead, we invite you to join us in a virtual tour.
The virtual tour webpages were kindly put together by Peter Armstrong on behalf of Sue and the Friends of the Children’s Trust. Our thanks to Jenny and Derek for their wonderful photos and to Jenny for bringing the garden alive with her videos and the bird song in the background. You can view Sue and Timothy’s lovely garden in all its splendour [here]
A donation can be made when you visit the virtual garden which will go directly to support the Children’s Trust rather than the Friends.
Enhance your life for a good cause
We are always looking to increase our membership and if you know of anyone who would be interested in joining us, we have a membership form on this website which you can use. Our current members have over the years gained immense satisfaction from helping such a great charity as The Children’s Trust.