Starjumpz teams up with Tree of Hope

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The Starjumpz Children’s Therapy Centre has relocated from Tunbridge Wells to Crowborough.

Owned by the Tree of Hope charity, the new premises are at The Old Saw Mill at Ashdown Business Park.

The two organisations will collaborate to make life-changing treatments and therapies more accessible to sick and disabled children from across the UK.

For 27 years Starjumpz has provided pioneering services and treatments to children with learning, developmental, motor and behavioural challenges.

Jo Brett, the Chief Executive of Starjumpz, said: “We are thrilled to have found both the ultimate home for our services together with the opportunity to work with Tree of Hope, a highly regarded and inspirational UK charity.”

Over the next few months free drop-in clinics will be offered with Dr Georgie Siggers, as well as a series of talks for parents and professionals. For more information, visit 

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