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Please contact the team at SUDC UK if you would like us to help you publicise your fundraising event in memory of a SUDC child to help raise awareness in the UK and funds for more research into Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood (SUDC) to make it predictable and preventable.

A special day out for families whose toddler or child died suddenly and unexpectedly.

PLEASE JOIN  Nikki, Helen and Camilla of SUDC UK FOR A FREE Family Day out at:

ZSL Whipsnade Zoo,
Dunstable, Bedfordshire LU6 2LF
Saturday 6th July 10am-4.30pm

ZSL Whipsnade is the UK’s largest zoo, with over 600 acres of panoramic scenery, and over 3,500 animals to meet!  With daily animal talks, feeds and demonstrations, as well as the Jumbo Express train, indoor Butterfly House and indoor Hullabazoo farm and play area, ZSL Whipsnade offers a world packed with amazement and wonder.

What’s included?

FREE ENTRY for you and your family – including access to the zoo, butterfly house and Hullabazoo farm and play area.

ANIMAL HANDLING a unique opportunity specifically organised for our group.

MEMORIAL TREE PLANTING – SUDC UK and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo wish to support a lasting, special way to remember and honour all  SUDC children.

Opportunity to MEET THE TEAM – we will have a meeting point throughout the morning and during lunch, where we would love to tell you more about the work SUDC UK are doing.

How do I book my place?

If you would like to join us, please Email Us with your name, contact number, and the number of tickets you would like allocated.  We hope to see you in July.

The Gooden family hosted their 5th Community Walk Remembering Rex on May 10th 2019.  Over one hundred walkers registered this year to walk the 7.5K around Knole Park in Sevenoaks, Kent. It was a glorious morning, bathed in sunshine to remember Rex and raise £3,200 for SUDC UK.

The third annual ‘Bovingdon’s Summer Scoot’ was a glorious fun-filled sunny day. Around 130 children scooted in memory of Rosie Speed and families raised £2172 which will be doubled by BP plc matching scheme to support SUDC UK.

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