The Joshua Tree charity was established in 2006 by Lynda and David Hill who, as parents of a child with Leukaemia, had an understanding of the benefits of additional family support away from the hospital environment.
Josh Hill, namesake of The Joshua Tree charity was recently interviewed for an article in The Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group magazine 'Contact' for families of children and young people with cancer. Read the full article excerpt below...
A seven-year-old boy from Cheshire has raised more than £2,500 for The Joshua Tree by running 5k every day over twenty days. Hari Mitchell, a Year 3 pupil at The Grange Junior School, Hartford, drove past the
The Joshua Tree has been overwhelmed by the generosity of Tarmac and the Cheshire Freemasons who have made a considerable donation to complete the new support centre. Tarmac and its suppliers pulled together to install a new
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