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Darts players hit the £250,000 bullseye for young cancer patients with national tournament

Darts teams from J D Wetherspoon pubs across the UK stepped up to the oche for young cancer patients in a charity tournament.

Thank you to the Berkshire Freemasons!

CLIC Sargent would like to thank Berkshire Freemasons again for their fantastic fundraising efforts at Reading train station in March 2017.

A night to remember Rebecca

The Seagoe Hotel in Portadown was buzzing with music, song and dance as 350 people packed into the Oaks banquet room for an energetic event in memory of popular teenager Rebecca Haughey. The event raised £4,000 for CLIC Sargent.

Emma takes on London Marathon after losing younger sister to cancer

Emma Dunks is putting herself through her paces for her first ever London Marathon effort to raise money for CLIC Sargent after her family was supported by the charity during her sister Shannon's cancer treatment. 

Lidl Northern Ireland sets out fundraising plans for next partnership year

As part of the two year partnership with CLIC Sargent, Lidl Northern Ireland held a fundraising planning day at their head office, to come up with exciting fundraising opportunities for the next 12 months.

Morrisons in Peterhead team pedal 664k for CLIC Sargent

Morrisons store colleagues in Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, have launched a brand new fundraising drive for children and young people’s cancer support charity CLIC Sargent by undertaking a gruelling 664k (412 mile) static bike ride.  

BAM Construct UK Ltd choose CLIC Sargent as new charity partner

BAM Construct UK Ltd has teamed up with charity CLIC Sargent and pledged to raise £100,000 over the next two years to help children and young people with cancer thrive, not just survive, during and after cancer treatment.

Father-of-two inspired to run London Marathon for cancer survivor daughter

Father-of-two Peter Atkinson, 33, was inspired to run the 2017 London Marathon for CLIC Sargent after the charity provided vital support when his five-year-old daughter was diagnosed with cancer. 

Bucks family back British strawberry campaign for cancer charity

A 10-year-old cancer survivor and her family from Flackwell Heath are calling for people to buy strawberries, and help stop cancer destroying young lives.

Burgess Hill family backs British strawberry campaign for cancer charity

A mum from Burgess Hill whose son was diagnosed with cancer when he was just 18-months-old is calling for people to buy strawberries, and help stop cancer destroying young lives.

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