supporting parents who have experienced the devastating loss of a baby either during pregnancy or soon after birth

The Trust is dedicated to providing support for parents in three main areas

  • Personal support for parents
  • Maintaining the Ivy Room on Loveridge Ward and providing them with equipment to ensure the most vulnerable babies have the best possible chance of survival.
  • Options for Remembrance including the creation of the Ivy Remembrance Garden in the hospital grounds



Copper Ivy Leaves and Tags


Opening of The Ivy Remembrance Garden

The garden is situated within the grounds of the Princess Elizabeth Hospital on the corner of Rue Mignot and Rue Rondel. The garden is dedicated to the remembrance of all babies and children gone too soon and all bereaved parents are welcome to visit the garden. We hope it will also be used by anyone seeking a quiet place for peaceful reflection. The trustees are grateful to the following local suppliers who donated the materials- Guernsey Gardens, Le Friquet Garden Centre, CP Plant Hire, Ronez, Capelles Building Stores, Norman Piette, B & Q, R.H. Gaudion, Flexi Solutions, Dell Landscapes, Tree Care and Nick Russell.
Thanks also to the Access Youth Team from the College of Further Education and the States Works CEPS Team and other volunteers for their help.

BNP Paribas

We are delighted that the Guernsey office of BNP Parisbas have chosen The Ivy Trust as their charity for 2016 and we look forward to working with them during the year.


We were delighted to be chosen by Simon and James along with the Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation as the charities to benefit from their world record ROW24 event. Over £8,000 was raised and we are extremely grateful to everyone who made this possible.

Come Dine With Ivy

Naomi Jehan was the lucky winner of Come Dine for Ivy 2016 and she and 5 guestswill be enjoying dinner cooked by professional chef Colin Samson. We are grateful to Le Nautique and The Jerbourg Hotel for generously donating the second and third prizes. The proceeds of this will be used to cover the cost of the copper ivy leaves for the Remembrance Garden.