The family of Ronnie Jones has organised a second family fun day in his memory to raise money for us after raising more than £15,000 in its first year. 

Ronnie's family has arranged a second fun day

Ronnie was born with complex needs and received care at the hospices until he passed away aged 15 months in November 2021.  

His parents Alice and Lewis and brother and sister Dougie and Mina want to keep raising money to support the hospice which they say was a vital part of Ronnie’s life. 

The Party on Ronnie Street will take place on Saturday 22nd July, at Seasons Café in Caersws and will have donkey rides, stalls, food trucks, a disco, ice cream, live music, bars, fun runs, games and lots more.  

“Ronnie Street is a play on Sesame Street as Ronnie loves Elmo, he was his favourite,” said Alice.

Ronnie with mum Alice

Hope House meant so much

“This event will celebrate Ronnie’s life as well as raising money for Hope House, who were our rock.

“Last year, the first time we held the event last year we raised £15,000 which absolutely blew us away. We’d love to beat that and raise more this year if we can.

“This event is going to be bigger and better than last year, so you don’t want to miss out!”

The day starts at 12pm and will run into the evening. It is free admission and free to park, although the activities will have a small cost which will go towards Hope House Children’s Hospices.  

Find out more about Party on Ronnie Street 

Bekki Fardoe, Hope House fundraiser said: “We are hugely grateful to Alice and Lewis and the family for supporting us again with a second Party on Ronnie Street.

“Last year they raised such an incredible amount to make sure we can be here for other families and children that need us the most.”