Family Stories

Penny and Andrew’s story

Samuel Revitt, or Sam, was a young boy who received care at The Treehouse. He loved being with people, enjoyed school, being…

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Shanice’s story

Serial fundraiser Shanice Green says the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) nurses and care staff are “angels sent from above”. EACH is…

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Lesley’s story

Bereaved mum Lesley Smith says volunteering for the charity that supported her family is a chance to “give something back” – and…

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Henry and Jane’s story

Henry and Jane Wright have spoken of their “debt of gratitude” to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). The charity provided end-of-life care…

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Fay’s story

Mum Fay Tarrant has hailed the “incredible” support her and her family receive from East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). Ten-year-old daughter Gracie-Leigh…

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David’s story

A dad whose son died within a month of being born says he is proud to represent bereaved parents when volunteering for…

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Claire’s story

Claire Wright will forever be grateful to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) because it gave her “priceless” time with her baby son….

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Tom’s story

Nicky Brown and her family will never forget the harrowing events of Christmas 2020. It was during the festive period that their…

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Amari’s story

When a long needle appeared in the womb where Amari Nelson was developing, in order to get a sample of fluid and…

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Annabel’s story

“Small but mighty” is how anyone who met Annabel would have described her. Annabel had a condition called Cockayne Syndrome or CS. CS…

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Erin’s story

“Erin is an incredible little girl. She is a force of nature and shines so bright. She is our sun and we…

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Callum’s story

Callum Doe’s family, from Diss, will always look back on their time at The Nook with great fondness, stand-out memories including their…

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