All of our cycling slots for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 bike ride on Sunday 4 August 2019 (www.prudentialridelondon.co.uk/events/100/) are now taken. The Ride starts at the Olympic Park and heads out into the Surrey Hills, before finishing at The Mall. Our thanks to those who have signed up and are supporting JHHHT in this event.Continue Reading → Share
JHHHT has 50 places for the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon (http://royalparkshalf.com) that will take place in central London on Sunday 14 October 2019. The run takes in some of the capital’s world-famous landmarks on closed roads, and four of London’s eight Royal Parks – Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James’s Park and Kensington Gardens. This is a fantastic event for runners and supporters. Each runner should be prepared to raise a minimum of £250 (this covers the £135 ...Continue Reading → Share
This year’s annual JHHHT Golf Day will take place on Friday 2nd August 2019 at the
splendid Worplesdon Golf Club (www.worplesdongc.co.uk). We have the whole
course and it will be a shotgun start for up to 20 x 4 balls. The prices
are £125 per head or £500 per team and £10 a mulligan or three for
£25 (maximum of three). Breakfast and a carvery lunch are
included and there will be a short auction. If you are interested in taking part in the
golf day or ...
Dear all at the Joshua Trust
We wanted to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the very generous help we received recently from your trust through our lovely carer from Shooting Star Hospice.
Our little boy, Eli, nearly 2 years old, suffered Meningitis at 3 months old that left him with severe brain injury. Eli has gross developmental delay, he is deaf (although we are now very hopeful as he had ...Continue Reading → Share
JHHHT has recently set up a monthly fund to pay for taxis for families in the care of the Kaleidoscope Children’s palliative care servcie who need assistance with transport to hospices, hospitals and for other outings.
(Kaleidoscope is an NHS run, nurse-led children’s palliative care service supporting families in Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham and Westminster and was the service that helped care for Joshua Hayday).
How the fund helps by Caroline Rose (Palliative care nurse for Kaleidosope)
The hospices that ...Continue Reading → Share