McBusted drummer Harry Judd brings Christmas cheer to The Children’s Trust
PUBLISHED: 09:42 18 December 2014 | UPDATED: 09:42 18 December 2014
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Young people undergoing brain injury rehabilitation had stars in their eyes as McBusted heart-throb Harry Judd visited The Children’s Trust in Tadworth.
Harry was accompanied by his wife Izzy, and the couple have been keen supporters of the charity for a number of years. Izzy’s brother Rupert has also supported the charity, after he sustained a serious brain injury as a result of a car accident in 1997.
“The Children’s Trust is an amazing place,” says Harry. “It helps to make life a bit more normal for those being treated. The children there are very brave. Despite what’s going on in their lives they still have beaming smiles and infectious laughter. It was a pleasure to meet them all.”
14-year-old Emily Newman from Chelmsford was in a road traffic accident earlier this year and has been at The Children’s Trust since September. She said: “It was brilliant to meet Harry, I love McBusted. I had my photo taken and he signed an autograph. It was amazing.”
• To support The Children’s Trust, visit www.thechildrenstrust.org.uk