The second Charlie’s Autumn Ball, which was held at The Alverton in Truro on Friday 22 September 2017, saw 120 guests come together to make a difference to young lives against cancer.
A 52-year-old Manchester Airport firefighter has completed an epic 24-mile, 16-hour, end to end swim of Loch Lomond to raise money for young cancer patients.
Robin Greenwood, 49, from Garforth, East Leeds, has raised £1,100 for children and young people’s cancer support charity CLIC Sargent by taking part in the Great North Run.
A tearful Ann Grady was surprised by friends and family from across the country at a party thrown in her honour by CLIC Sargent, Morrisons and The Sun newspaper.
Families affected by childhood and young cancer are already benefiting from a British Gas and CLIC Sargent initiative so help them cope with their energy bills.
Chris Carberry, a 21-year-old from St Helens who lost a leg to bone cancer last year and had a third of his lung removed in July after his cancer returned has set himself the huge challenge of trekking Hadrian’s Wall this weekend (30 September-1 October) alongside 30 of his family and friends.
A spirited team of 13 employees from The Marine Group in Cardiff have been training for several months in preparation for the Cardiff Half Marathon. They're supporting CLIC Sargent, which supported the daughter of one of the staff members through a cancer diagnosis.
Lauren Blake, from Whitchurch, Hampshire recently took part in the Big Buzz campaign for CLIC Sargent and has raised almost £3,000. Her niece Ivy, four, is undergoing treatment for cancer at Southampton General Hospital and her family are being supported by CLIC Sargent.
Devon company Adopstar, which raises funds for CLIC Sargent, teamed up with Exeter Chiefs to make a day to remember for local families who have been affected by cancer.
This October, Tom Whittle from Teignmouth will attempt to set a Guinness World Record for the fastest crossing of Iceland on foot while raising money for CLIC Sargent.