Raising funds for local
community defibrillators

A look at what's been happening....

We are delighted to say that The Little Princess Trust have installed the defib that we donated to them recently.


It is registered with the ambulance service and is ready to help the people in the centre of Hereford all day, every day.


Just a few seconds walk down the road from this defib is a brand new building that will soon be opening as The Little Princess Trust's new headquarters. The centre will be named the Hannah Tarplee Building, after Hannah Tarplee who at just five-years-old was diagnosed with a Wilms Tumour and her parents struggled to find a wig suitable for her during treatment. Hannah’s parents founded the charity in Hannah’s memory.


The Little Princess Trust is one of the largest charity funders of childhood cancer research in the UK. This marvellous new building will have conference and training suite facilities enabling them to host ground-breaking paediatric cancer treatment and research conferences, giving a space for the world’s best paediatric cancer specialists to tell audiences just what they are doing.


The plans for within the new building also include offices, a wig-making facility and a salon, which will enable children to have wigs styled and fitted on site. With this in mind, we also supplied a set of paediatric pads with the defibrillator.


If you're wondering why the defib has been sited on the current building and not on the new, it's because the current one is slightly closer to the busy city centre streets and is going to be retained by The Little Princess Trust, giving them much needed extra space and helping them provide even more wigs to those children and young people going through such a traumatic time in their lives.