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April 15th, 2021
We're so pleased that our charity shops raised more than £12,000 on the first day of re-opening, following the latest national lockdown. We almost trebled our target amount of £4,700 across our 12 Wiltshire and Dorset stores in just one day on April
A poem by Aaron Miah, aged 9: Being a Sibling
April 9th, 2021
Its Friday night and I am really excited I am thinking what shall I do? Maybe tomorrow I will ride my bike Maybe I will use my scooter too. Perhaps we
What is it really like to be a sibling?
April 8th, 2021
Jack's mum Hayley talks about his condition, and the effect it has had on his sister Evie, as well as the difference Julia's House has made to them
Seven Wonders for Swindon church
March 29th, 2021
Church members in Wiltshire are taking on our Seven Wonders of the World virtual fitness challenge to raise money for Julia's House. Around 25 members
Nicole-Ginevra takes on virtual Great Wall of China challenge
March 25th, 2021
Year Four pupil Nicole-Ginevra has been virtually walking the Great Wall of China for us after taking inspiration from a school assembly.
Look who's now four years old!
March 23rd, 2021
Brave little Ellie has celebrated her fourth birthday this week with the best news for her family – another positive scan result. Ellie was just six
Celebration time in Harry and Reuben's house with new baby brother!
March 22nd, 2021
Harry and Reuben’s new baby brother arrived just in time for a very special birthday party. Felix George was born on 2 March – around two weeks before
Introducing our new Life President, Chair and Vice Chair
March 22nd, 2021
We're delighted to announce our new Life President, Chair and Vice Chair, who will help lead Julia's House forward in caring for local families.
Q&A with James McVey
March 19th, 2021
We catch up with Julia's House patron James McVey to hear about how his 7 Wonders of the World challenge is going!
Letters from Lockdown
March 17th, 2021
Sam, Julia's House Nurse This time around it feels that the families are more exhausted and tired due to trying to care for their child over the year