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Veteran airport firefighter to set off on epic 24-mile swim to raise funds for young cancer patients

An airport firefighter is gearing up for an epic 24-mile fundraising swim to help support children and young people with cancer.

Poldark star Tom York joins CLIC Sargent as ambassador

Young cancer patients were given acting and performance advice by Poldark star Tom York when he took part in a charity music residential event. 

Blackmore Vale Revival is a great success

The third annual Blackmore Vale Revival at Henstridge Airfield raised a fantastic £1,000 for CLIC Sargent.

Gig-at-the-Glad returns with a massive bang

The Gladstone Arms in Stowmarket was this year’s venue for Gig-at-the-Glad, a fun afternoon featuring some of the area’s best local musicians, raising money for children and young people with cancer.

Caerphilly School wins silver!

Heolddu Comprehensive School came second in a 'First Give' school competition, winning a whopping £250 for young cancer patients. 

Glasgow Pollok MSP pays visit to Home from Home for young cancer patients

Humza Yousaf, the Glasgow Pollock MSP, has shown his support for a young cancer patients’ Home from Home with a visit.

Tom’s epic ride from London to Tokyo

Tom Howard, 25, is due to leave for an epic cycle ride from London to Tokyo, a journey of around 9,000 miles and lasting six months, to raise money and awareness for CLIC Sargent after the charity supported his brother Harry.

Funeral Expense Assistance in Scotland - our response

CLIC Sargent responds to Scottish Government announcement of plans to tackle funeral poverty, including the creation of a new benefit for families struggling to meet the costs of a funeral.

Gerard Logue Memorial Fund reaches its 13th year

Gerard Logue sadly died on the 29 April 2004. Every year since his family and friends have organised a 5k walk and gathering on the weekend of his birthday and passing each year to raise money for CLIC Sargent.

Ken White Signs celebrate anniversary with golden mile

Employees at Ken White Signs celebrated its 50th anniversary by running through Tiverton in golden pants to raise money for CLIC Sargent.