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CLIC Sargent welcomes focus on cancer workforce of the future

CLIC Sargent has welcomed the publication of a report by Health Education England which focuses on what the NHS needs to do to make sure that England has enough of the right staff with the right skills to tackle cancer.

Abigail helps 105,000 Morrisons colleagues mark Christmas

Little Abigail will be sharing festive cheer with 105,000 Morrisons employees after winning a competition to design their colleague Christmas card.

Emma begins a year of fundraising to mark her fifth year cancer free

December saw the first event in a year of fundraising in celebration of a young cancer survivor’s fifth year in remission. Emma Gibbons has decided to organise a range of events to raise funds and awareness for CLIC Sargent and the other charities that supported her when she had cancer.

Young person supported by CLIC Sargent attends NHS Youth Forum

Ethan McLaughlin, a young person supported by CLIC Sargent, attended the NHS Youth Forum recently and has written about his experience. 

Josie’s Dragonfly Trust mark 10 years of making dreams come true

Josie’s Dragonfly Trust, a charity which supports children and young people with cancer who have limited time left to create precious and lasting memories with their loved ones is marking its 10th anniversary.  Since Josie’s Dragonfly was establ

CLIC Sargent welcomes government moves to provide bereavement leave for families who lose a child

A bill aiming to make leave and pay provisions for families who lose a child has been backed by cancer support charity CLIC Sargent.

Young people Community Champions to become experts

Young people are taking over an Ask the Expert session on CLIC Sargent’s Online Community to answer questions about life after cancer.

CLIC Sargent responds to CQC Survey: Positive steps, but age appropriate services remain crucial

CLIC Sargent has welcomed the results of a recent Care Quality Commission survey of children and young people in hospital, which showed the majority claiming to have had a positive experience.

Local MP calls for more support for Cleveden children’s cancer charity shop

Conservative MP for North Somerset and Secretary of State for International Trade, Dr Liam Fox, visited a local charity shop that has been serving the community since it opened 26 years ago.

Our children create festive Morrisons recipe cards

Six children with experience of cancer were welcomed into the Morrisons Head Office kitchen to come up with the some tasty festive treats. The recipes are now in stores and will help raise awareness of CLIC Sargent.

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