Joseph Salmon was a happy, healthy three-year-old boy who loved life and enjoyed playing with his toys and going on trains and buses with his mummy and daddy. Then in April 2005 he died suddenly from pneumonia. The charity the Joseph Salmon Trust was set up in his name to offer financial support to those struggling to cope after the death of a child.
Today a group of intrepid people including the wonderful Jo and Ellie embark on Hadrian’s Walk, a six day trek along the 84-mile long Hadrian’s Wall footpath, to raise funds and awareness for the Trust. I hope you will join me in showing your support – you can find out more here.
written by Liz Jarvis
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