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Christmas came early on Tuesday 14 December for young people at The Children’s Trust when a convoy of supercars, including a McLaren 675LT and Lamborghini Diablo SV paid them a special visit ahead of The Supercar Event 2022.
15-year-old Spike is looking forward to a very special Christmas at home this year, after spending much of 2021 recovering from a life-changing brain injury.
The Government has formally confirmed plans to develop an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) strategy which will ensure better support for those living with ABI.
Charlie Fogarty MBE was 15 when he acquired a severe brain injury as a result of a car accident in 2012.
Today (15 November), The Children’s Trust’s Chief Executive, Dalton Leong, visited 10 Downing Street to deliver a letter urging the Prime Minister to back the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Private Members' Bill, sponsored by Chris Bryant MP.
The Children’s Trust’s annual concert is back! Join us on Tuesday 14 December for classical Christmas music, readings and carols at the Holy Trinity Church in Guildford.
The proposed legislation would improve services and the quality of life for people with acquired brain injury.
The Children’s Trust’s Stoneleigh shop has lost thousands of pounds worth of donations after thieves stole multiple bags full of clothing, books and electricals from their garage.
Robin Gibson from Edinburgh, has signed up to take on the Brighton Marathon and London Marathon over the next two months to raise money for The Children’s Trust.