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North Down and Ards volunteers come together for children with cancer

The first meeting of the North Down and Ards Fundraising Group took place recently supported by the local Mayor. Volunteers from the region came together to support the Northern Ireland Homes from Home Appeal.

Star boxers swap boxing gloves for running shoes

Barry McGuigan and rising star Carl Frampton are urging you to lace up your running shoes and pound the streets of Belfast in aid of CLIC Sargent, the charity for children and young people with cancer.

Assystem employee fulfils ambition in aid of CLIC Sargent

Ian Sharlot, a design manager at Assytem UK, recently took on his lifelong ambition of cycling the length of the UK from Lands End to John O Groats.

Iron man Dan raises £2,500 for CLIC Sargent by taking part in 13 hour triathlon

Super-fit Chelmsford man Dan Stapleton has raised thousands of pounds for children and young people with cancer by completing a gruelling triathlon.

£178 raised for CLIC Sargent in Football fundraiser

Young footballers from Northumberland FA’s Charter Standard Festival have raised a fantastic £178 for CLIC Sargent’s Kick! campaign.

A day out at Donnington

CLIC Sargent supporter Laura Tillett welcomed an inspirational group of race goers from CLIC Sargent to Donnington Park on Sunday 19 August.

CLIC Sargent welcomes Government change on sickness benefit

CLIC Sargent today welcomed the Government’s announcement that cancer patients will not face a back-to-work assessment to claim employment and support allowance (ESA) while undergoing or recovering from treatment.

Local dad praises people in Bradford for raising £6,000 for young cancer patients

The father of a four-year-old boy with cancer wants to thank people across Bradford for attending the Govindbhai Foundation’s dinner dance and helping to raise more than £6,750 for CLIC Sargent, a cause close to his heart.

Reverend Jean Marshall raises £2,900 for CLIC Sargent

The Reverend Jean Marshall, a member of Bodmin Inner Wheel Club has completed a sponsored walk from her home town to Canterbury in Kent, raising £2,900 for children and young people with cancer.

Golf Day raises an amazing £20,000

After Ian Sharp’s son Mathew was diagnosed with Leukaemia on Boxing Day he and his family decided to repay the support given to the family by organising a Golf Day at Nazeing Golf Club in July.