Around 80 people descended upon Colchester Zoo on Saturday for our regional members’ day. See the day in pictures here.
A 30-strong team of volunteer cyclists from Vision Express rode into a rain-swept Nottingham after a gruelling 300km, two-day ride in aid of the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust.
When your child is having any type of treatment for retinoblastoma it’s a challenging time for the whole family, so it can help to unwind and spend time together away from the hospital.
The drivers of a Peterborough taxi firm have raised nearly £3,000 in support of a local baby girl who is battling retinoblastoma.
In our guest blog by Vision Express, they explain why it’s so important to get your children’s eyes checked and answer some frequently asked questions.
When your little one is diagnosed with retinoblastoma, the journey that follows is an emotional rollercoaster – and no one knows this better than Sally.
When Ernie was diagnosed with cancer just before his first birthday, it was his parents’ worst nightmare. But positivity saw them through.
Xavi was diagnosed with retinoblastoma two days after he celebrated turning two years old. His mum shares their family’s journey over the last year.
On Saturday, nine teenage CHECT members went on a VIP tour of the Global radio studios in London, home to stations like Capital, LBC and Heart. Here 16-year-old Harry Harrison gives his account of this fabulous day… On Saturday, myself and...
Starting school is a huge step for any child but there are added worries for parents of a child who has had retinoblastoma, as Jodie Wood, mum to four-year-old Jude, discovered. But she knows that her little boy is ready to start big school and, with the...
A CHECT-funded research study, called the Eloise Patterson Project, is being undertaken by the Retinoblastoma Genetics Unit at Barts Health NHS Trust. The Unit is asking for patients and parents of children affected by retinoblastoma to take part in a...
Olivia Deane hit the headlines when she was diagnosed with retinoblastoma at the age of 12 – this type of eye cancer usually affects babies and young children under six.