Jonny and Katie Kidd, parents of seven year old Dexter, hosted an incredible charity ball in June in aid of The Joshua Tree, Bloodwise and Milly's Smiles, three charities that supported Dexter and his family during his illness and beyond. Last December, Dexter Kidd rang the
The Joshua Tree and ethical jewellery label ANUKA have collaborated to bring supporters of the charity an exclusive range of jewellery. Launching in June, The Joshua Tree have worked alongside ANUKA to design a selection of inspiring bracelets using recycled silver. The bracelets feature a disc
Construction has begun on The Joshua Tree’s new purpose-built Support Centre in Sandiway, Cheshire after 13 years of fundraising! Due to be completed early 2020, the centre will provide an appropriate and much needed environment for families, accommodating children of all ages from toddlers through to
The Joshua Tree, celebrate their 13th birthday, and are excited to announce the arrival of the building contractors to begin development of the purpose-built support centre in Sandiway on the Monday 13th May. The small team have tirelessly fund raised over the past 13 years, to
The Joshua Tree hosted an evening of summer styling at DeFine Food and Wine in Sandiway on Wednesday 1st May. The successful event attracted 60 ladies who dined on deli platters and delicious wines while entertained by Abi Fisher Boutique and viewed jewellery collections by Vixi.
After twelve months of fundraising across the region we were so incredibly excited to have been presented with a cheque of £100,000 from Global's Make Some Noise campaign! The Global Make Some Noise Campaign which runs across the Global FM network covering Smooth, Heart, Capital and
Four Photography students at the University of Chester held a charity event in the Forum Shopping Centre in Chester to raise money for The Joshua Tree. Ciara Taylor, Alice Collumbell, Jess McKay and Harriet Sharp hosted the event as part of their Collaborative Practice exhibition module.
At this year’s The Global Awards, 19-year-old Josh from The Joshua Tree, one of the Make Some Noise charity beneficiaries took home a very special award. When Josh was just 5 years old he was diagnosed with leukaemia, but despite that, he went on to achieve
The Joshua Tree are excited to announce the launch of a new charity brand identity in addition to the new website. The reputation and equity built under its previous identity is recognised as a valuable asset, but no longer accurately reflects the charity’s array of
A team of cyclists from Tarporley based temporary insurance providers Dayinsure, recently took on a gruelling challenge cycling from London to Paris, raising over £25,000 for The Joshua Tree. Julia Dewhurst of Dayinsure, explained, “Here at Dayinsure, our team always go the extra mile
The Arley Hall Shopping Spectacular welcomed 1,500 visitors on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 13 and 14, and staff and volunteers from The Joshua Tree were on hand to ensure a spectacular time was had by all! Long standing volunteers and friends of the charity
Joshua, son of founders Lyn and Dai Hill, recently completed the gruelling Three Peak challenge in collaboration with Heart FM as part of Global' s Make Some Noise campaign. As a beneficiary charity to the campaign supporting small charities across the UK, Josh was invited with
Abbeywood Gardens played host to The Joshua Tree and friends for a Royal Tea Party, celebrating the royal marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The sun shone on a spectacular afternoon, as diners donned their hats and devoured a host of beautifully presented platters of