The Oliver Curd Trust set up in January 2008 by Oliver’s parents Richard and Sarah, in memory of their son Oliver.
Oliver was diagnosed with a rare bone cancer, a Ewings Sarcoma in April 2006. He completed treatment at the Royal Marsden Hospital in May 2007, but sadly lost his long brave fight with the disease in November 2007.
The Oliver Curd Trust is a charity that seeks to provide holiday memories, happiness and periods of escape for these children and their families during very difficult and trying times.
In 2012 The Oliver Curd Trust welcomed "Dolly" to the family and a mate for Dillon! Look out for them both at our events throughout the year!
News Flash - Leah to Trek Nepal
Leah Athol-Murray from Udimore, Rye decided to raise funds for The Oliver Curd Trust, by trekking Nepal in October 2015. Leah is completely self funding her trip and has previously raised over £7000 for Breast Cancer Care by trekking the Himalayas in India. As part of Leah's ongoing fundraising, she has organised a curry themed night and two 1940 Tea Dances including lindy hop lessons. Good luck in Nepal Leah!!