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Creed Lottery supports WellChild

Creed Foodservice welcomed WellChild to its Staverton head office on Thursday 4th May along with other Gloucestershire based charities, to be presented with donations after the successful launch of its ‘Creed Lottery’. Chris Creed, CEO,...

Posted 18 May 2017

International Nurses Day: Time for reflection

Linda Partridge, WellChild Director of Programmes reflects on her time as a children’s nurse and discusses the challenges faced by the profession today. Florence Nightingale’s, ministering angels, superheroes, comforters, care givers and healers. These are...

Posted 12 May 2017

Nathan and Declan’s garden makeover

13 year old Nathan has Down’s syndrome and autism. His little brother Declan is five years old and has a rare Chromosome disorder called 16p micro deletion. Local parks and play areas are difficult for...

Posted 08 May 2017

Thanks to the Energy Dinner 2017 for fantastic support!

Movers and shakers in the Energy industry raised money for seriously ill children and their families while having a great time at the 14th Energy Dinner on April 27th. The S&P Global Platts sponsored Energy...

Posted 02 May 2017

Garden makeover for six year old Daniel

Daniel has a rare infantile form of Marfan syndrome, a connective tissue disorder, he also has heart and lung disease and scoliosis, leading to multiple operations on his spine. Daniel has communication difficulties, sensory issues...

Posted 02 May 2017

Daniel - garden makeover Team

Pallet-Track nominates WellChild as its 2017 charity partner

Wolverhampton-based logistics specialist Pallet-Track will be supporting WellChild as its 2017 charity partner. This year, Pallet Track will be organising and hosting a number of fundraising activities to raise money for WellChild, whose patron is...

Posted 28 Apr 2017

Pallet-Track charity partner

Henley’s Garden Makeover

Henley has Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, which affects normal blood flow through the heart. The condition leaves him breathless, he tires easily and sleeps a lot. He has had surgery a number of times and...

Posted 25 Apr 2017

Henley - Garden Makeover

An accessible, fun garden for six year old Mo

Mo was born with Down’s Syndrome. Following a choking accident when she was 3 years old she was left with a brain injury which means she is now a full-time wheelchair user. Mo has very...

Posted 12 Apr 2017

Mo and the garden makeover team