The Ben Williams Trust provides support to children with abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias) and their families, helping them to learn to live with their conditions and in some cases the threat of sudden death. It has achieved this through funding the creation of two dedicated and ground-breaking new posts at the Royal Brompton Hospital, London; a nurse specialist (Ben’s Nurse), and a Clinical Psychologist.
We are delighted that we have now received sign off from the Brompton for a third new ground-breaking post, a Nurse Consultant for the inherited cardiac care team. We anticipate that the new job will be advertised very shortly and will post more details here soon.
The Trust also supports youth cricket, with a particular emphasis on wicket-keeping.
On this website you can find out more about the Trust, see how we are using the £450,000 that we have raised, and catch up on our news and fundraising activities. You can also make a secure donation on line using our Just Giving facility and download a copy of the 2018 Newsletter.
Congratulations and thanks to Natalie Shoham, who ran the Brighton Marathon on Saturday 13th April 2019. Natalie finished in the amazing time of 3:55:43 and has raised over £400 in support of the Trust.
Thank you to everyone who supported this year’s Christmas coffee morning and sale at Crofton on Saturday 8th December 2018, which raised over £1,800.
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