Contact us

Anna's familyPlease leave us a message on the comments board below, or for further information/private contact, email us at

or call 01780 740492

Our address
Hunters Hill, Lattimers Paddock
Pilsgate, Stamford, Lincs. PE9 3HL

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                                            Charity Registration Number 1116512

29 thoughts on “Contact us

  1. Hi Carol, I have an email to forward to you that I think will be of interest but don’t have your email address. Could you either let me or my mum (Anne Moore) have it and I’ll forward it on. Best wishes, Kate

  2. Dear Carole,

    We met at the Rutland Show, we occupied the stand next to yours. I wonder if we could organise a fundraising event for you?

    Please get in touch,

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  4. Hi, it was a privilege to meet you the other day at the Bourne Academy School and I just wished I had had more time to talk to you about Anna and tell you more about our dear Daisy. My wife wanted the badge you gave me as is wearing it with great pride. Please keep up the good work. And YES they will never be forgotten they were to much an inspiration to us all.

  5. You are doing amazing work and making a difference. RIP Anna x, and love and best wishes to Robert, Carole and Sara xxxxx

  6. Hi Carol, I have been inspired by your story and on several occassions helped students to raise money for your amazing course. I would love to chat to you about how you set up your charity, as I have a very good reason for wanting to start my own charity, reasons I would rather not post on here. Would you be able to help me please? I look forward to hearing from you. Many thanks. Jackie Baxter

  7. I am sitting in the hairdressers reading the Good Housekeepig’s good fairy and decided to look up Anna’s Hope.

    I wanted to say firstly how sorry I am that Anna did not survive, and secondly a massive thank you. My son Gabriel was diagnosed with at/rt (a very rare and aggressive brain tumour) in July 2008 aged just 2. Amos Burke and Helen Fernandez were instrumental in saving his life. Alli Mitchell was literally my life line. I seem to recall her mentioning that she was funded by a charity but to be honest, I was too traumatised to take notice.

    Gabriel so far has defied the odds so heavily stacked against him and is now 6 1/2 years old. He is wonderful. The long long time we spent at addenbrooke’s were made easier by the wonderful work you do.

    Thank you.

  8. Dearest Rob and Carole,
    I have just bought a dozen packets of “Anna’s Hope”sweet peas and plan to give them out for little Christmas visiting gifts.
    I shall of course grow some more again for ourselves as they are just one of the sweetest and pretttiest and a delight to grow.
    It was not a happy year in my garden for sweet peas, but I feel sure next year will be bring more joy.
    Love and best wishes to you both
    Carol and Rob K

    • It is so nice to hear from you and thank you for sharing Anna’s Hope Sweet peas amongst your friends. We must meet up again soon . I will be in touch . Kind Regards Carole and Rob

  9. Hi Rob, Carole – just thinking about the Great Fairy Picnic, we can do some special offers for anyone that needs some “kit” for their kids with a donation from the proceeds to Anna’s Hope. Do you want to give one of us a call, and we’ll make a plan.

  10. Hello Carol,

    I have recently completed an Ironman Triathlon in Nottingham called the “Outlaw” and managed to raise some funds for Anna’s Hope. Looking forward to working with your charity again this year with the students at New College Stamford. Great East Run in fancy dress, got to be done again, Incredible Hulk?, Postman Pat?

    • Hi there, congratulations on completing the Ironman Triathlon,
      what a fantastic achievement, thanks for your support, and look forward to working with you in the Great Eastern Run. Please get in touch at the start of the new term.

  11. I would like to say thank you for the tickets to see holiday on ice last week. Since our son Liam was diagnosed with a brain tumour last year we appreciate the support and help that we receive from people like yourselves. Thank you once again.

  12. Thanks to every one who took part in this years Great Eastern Run.
    It was so inspirational to see so many people running with their Anna’s Hope Flags

  13. hi Rob and Carole,
    i work with nick rangeley at the butters group in spalding, and he told me about your daughter Anna.
    This then became our charity at work.So with that in mind i decided to do a bike ride…..a longer bike ride that i had not done before.
    100 miles in and around Bury st. Edmunds.
    The weather was a day of two halves….first fifty-clear and sunny, and then it all changed….rain ,wind and cold.Then to top it off, with 500 yards to go i go and get a puncture.I pick up bike ,carry over the finish,throw it down, recieve medal and collapse..!
    What an experience.
    With friends and colleauges sponsoring me, i have raised £305 for your charity.

    thanks and all the best for the future
    john mudge

  14. me and my friends are running the great eastern run and we are running for anna’s hope. your doing great work

  15. Hi I was introduced by Jayne Hughes-a friend of mine. I think this charity is very worthwhile and because of this I have placed it onto my local church website.
    If there is anything we can do to help you, please ask,

  16. You are such a great charity. I was introduced to you at Energia in Peterborough and looked your website up. You are doing such great work x

  17. What a fantastic website, you do such wonderful work:) My son Kyle had a brain tumour when he was 6, after 12 hours of surgery, radiotherapy and chemo for 15 months, he is still with us thankfully. Addenbrookes has introduced us to lots of friends. I would like to thank you all for donating some money to the support group at Addenbrookes Hospital, we all had a lovely night out bowling together, such a lovely evening thanks to this wonderful chartity 🙂 xx

  18. A very special young lady called charlie who had a tumour removed asked if i could sponsor her to run the race this weekend i asked what charity it was for ans she replied Anna’s Hope” i hadnt heard of it before so decided to have a peek at the website and was moved . such a wonderful charity , one i hope gets so many more donations as it is such a worthy cause .

  19. Lovely website and such a good cause. My daughter was diagnosed with medullablastoma and metastisies, aged 8, but thankfully she will be celebrating her 19th birthday next month. You are all doing such a fantastic job and good luck to you all.

  20. Hi Great Cause, Great Charity and run by great people, Carole is a ray of sunshine in what can be a pit of despair! Wishing you all the continued success you so richly deserve!

  21. Lovely website 🙂
    i done great easton run last year and would like to do it this year again cause last year i do it with a good mate Beth Marcick and 3 weeks ago she died in a car crash and i would like to do it again this year for the memerios it bought me and beth 🙂
    i would like to know more information on how i get signed up and everything ?

    • Dear Nadine,

      I am Anna’s Mum and would love to talk with you. Could you send me your email address please?

      Carole Hughes.

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