New car for sibling team at Children’s Hospice South West

PUBLISHED: 14:00 16 August 2018

John from The John James Foundation handing the keys over to staff at Children's Hospice South West.

John from The John James Foundation handing the keys over to staff at Children's Hospice South West.


A trust has donated a car to the sibling service at Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).

The John James Foundation has given the Wraxall charity a new seven-seat Renault Scenic.

The sibling service which supports the brothers and sisters of children with life-limiting conditions.

Ann Juby, from CHSW, said: “The sibling team offers a wide range of exciting activities including trips to leisure parks, entertainment centres or even visits in the community such as fire stations or airports.

“The John James Foundation’s wonderful gift will allow these activities to continue in a vehicle very much suited to the children and young people.”

Foundation trustee John Haworth said: “The John James Bristol Foundation is delighted to be able to support the valuable work done by CHSW sibling team and hope the children have many happy memories of the trips taken using the new vehicle.”

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