Television star visits The Children’s Trust

A popular television personality has made a surprise visit to The Children’s Trust. Craig Phillips, who first rose to fame as the winner of the first series of Big Brother, met children and staff during his tour on Thursday (10 April). He showed an interest in The Children’s Trust’s expertise and asked what is involved in the rehabilitation process for children after sustaining a brain injury. The television presenter has been compere for our annual fundraiser, The Supercar Event for several years. So to coincide with his visit, Banstead-based car dealers, Romans International kindly sent down an impressive McLaren for the afternoon’s photo-shoot. » Click here to find out more about The Supercar Event Craig who has presented several DIY and gardening programmes was shown around the vast grounds available to the children and shown the wheelchair accessible treehouse. “It was fantastic being able to see first-hand the wonderful work that takes place at The Children’s Trust,” he said. “I met some very inspirational children and the committed staff who care for them. The dedication they show to helping these youngsters is clear to see.” He added: “This visit has been on my agenda, having heard so much about the charity’s important work through my involvement in The Supercar Event. "I will certainly be continuing to support The Children’s Trust in whatever way I can.”

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