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Snow Globe fun raises £1,820 for CLIC Sargent

Shoppers and passers by at Spitalfields Market, London have helped to raise £1,821 for CLIC Sargent by making a donation to have some fun in a giant Snow Globe during the Christmas holidays.

Panto raises vital funds for CLIC Sargent

The Customs House in South Shields chose CLIC Sargent to be the beneficiary of the retirement collections held after each pantomime performance of Alice in Wonderland during December and January, raising almost £10,000.

Bestselling authors give fans character naming opportunity in cancer charity auction

A host of hit writers are offering fans the chance to be immortalised as a character in their new books as part of a charity auction.

Frankie and Lola's Leap Day launch

The jungle drums have been beating recently to spread the news that Frankie and Lola's, the state-of-the-art Family Entertainment Centre in Inverness, will be teaming up with CLIC Sargent to make this Leap Year count.

Becky Brennan is February's star runner

Every month the CLIC Sargent Running Events team celebrates the success of our amazing runners and supporters. In February our star runner is Becky Brennan. Here Becky tells her story.

Jump up, jump up and get down

A trampoline club is preparing to leap into action with a Bounceathon to support children and young people with cancer.

Our February Star Challenger is Alice Bolton

Each month we love to highlight our fundraisers who have gone above and beyond in their support for CLIC Sargent. This month, our star challenger is Alice Bolton, who has taken on a very special 100k cycle ride through London.  

Lidl supermarket staff and customers hailed ‘real life superheroes’ for children and young people with cancer

Lidl staff and customers across the South West have raised over £13,000 for CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer support charity for children, young people, and their families. 

Three-foot long hair gets cut short for CLIC Sargent

Jillian Warren, from Pembroke Dock in South Wales, had her three-foot long hair cut short for young cancer patients.

Fundraising success for Ipswich Women in Rural Enterprise

Businesses belonging to the established networking group Women in Rural Enterprise (WiRE) have celebrated raising over £472 in a year of fundraising for CLIC Sargent. 

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