Joseph was a happy, healthy three year old who loved life. He enjoyed playing with his toy trains, his cars and his pretend kitchen. He had a busy social life, with lots of friends from nursery, friends who lived nearby and his little sister.Later this month, 60 people from all over the world are coming together to walk the 84 mile length of the Hadrian’s Wall Footpath to raise money for the Joseph Salmon Trust. So far they've raised £15,575 - as walker Dan Hughes says, "that £15,575 is made up of £5, £10, and £20 pound notes. Every penny counts and every time a donation comes in the total creeps ever higher."
He enjoyed cooking with his mummy,going on trains and buses with his daddy, and playing outside with anyone who would join in.
Joseph had a passion for books and had just started to ‘read’ them to his younger sister. It felt like his life was just beginning.
This all changed on 1st April 2005, when Joseph died. Joseph did not suffer, he simply fell into a deeper sleep from which he never awoke.
The Joseph Salmon Trust has been set up in his name.
Please give whatever you can.