Read a personal account from 2 of our fantastic fundraisers who took part in the Devizes to Westminster Race...
It was unseasonably hot! But that didn't stop our runners from doing their utmost to get to the finish. It was gruelling for some and there were lots of casualties. To find out how CHECT's runner did in 2011, click here.
BBC3's Don't Tell The Bride is back, and looking for couples to get married this year.
They are looking for couples where one or both are visually impaired.
WANT TO TIE THE KNOT IN 2011?
THEY HAVE £12K TO MAKE YOUR BIG DAY!
Brides, do you have an idea of your dream wedding day? Is it the most important day of your life? BUT are your dreams bigger than your budget?
Grooms, how would you spend £12k to pull off the ultimate day? Want to prove you can organise the perfect wedding in your own unique way? And create a wedding that you will both remember forever?
We are privileged to be the beneficiary of a giving website founded by family member, London to Paris cyclist and now CHECT trustee - Brian Thorogood. Click on the link below for a new way of donating a charity gift. Why not send it round to your friends and family too? Thank you so much to Brian for this wonderful opportunity.
I Spy...CHECT launches powerful awareness campaign
In November 2010, this striking poster began to appear in children's playhouses around the country. Playhouses are places where children go to play, accompanied by parents and carers, so they are the perfect place to display our poster in order to draw attention to at least one of the signs of Rb.
The poster is of the size you would see in a bus shelter so it really can't be missed! We have also produced other sizes: A3, A4, A5 (double sided handout with more information about Rb) and business cards. They can be displayed and used in many settings around the country. They were also distributed to exhibitors and visitors to the Nursery World exhibition in February 2011.
This I Spy campaign would not be possible without the collective expertise and goodwill of Digital Jigsaw, Boomerang, and OMD. We are very grateful for their help.
Kelsey Trevett has had a day to remember. The young member of the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust met Prince Harry at an awards ceremony run by the charity Well Child.
A family from Saffron Walden, were put in the lime light when their story hit the national press. Andy and Lisa Brown's story broke one weekend and they were featured on the ITV news the following day.