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Largs to Cumbrae swim raises £8,000

Nick Flory, Jon Stadden and Paul Jeffery have swam the 1.6 mile distance between the Scottish town of Largs and the island of Cumbrae, to help raise money for CLIC Sargent.

Cheriton & Tedburn Young Farmers support CLIC Sargent

Members of the Cheriton and Tedburn Young Farmers have worked hard to raise £4,250 for CLIC Sargent after choosing to support the charity throughout 2012.

X Factor's Union J kick start charity partnership with Cardiff night club

X Factor finalists and pop group Union J performed at the popular Cardiff nightclub, Pulse to celebrate its new 2013 charity partnership with CLIC Sargent.

Charity welcomes OBE for ‘remarkable’ chair Daphne Pullen

CLIC Sargent welcomes the news that the charity’s Chair of Trustees Daphne Pullen has received an OBE in the New Year's Honours List for services to charity.

Dolls house raffle raises £145

Former members of the Wealdon Support Group, a CLIC Sargent fundrasing committee have raised funds for children and young people with cancer, by raffling a doll's house.

Grandmother holds 'Strictly Homemade' stall

Ann Evans, a grandmother from Evesham, has raised almost £4,500 for CLIC Sargent in under four months!

Saffery Champness 35th celebration supports CLIC Sargent

CLIC Sargent corporate partner, Saffery Champness have stepped in to ensure that ice skating could go ahead in Market Square, Guernsey this Christmas after the festive attraction was put in jeopardy by a shortfall in sponsorship.

30 years of singing for CLIC Sargent!

The annual CLIC Sargent Cardiff Carol Concert saw the 200 strong Welsh Hospital Choir take to the stage at the prestigious St David’s Hall in Cardiff.

CLIC Sargent ads seek help this Christmas

CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, is running its first outdoor ad campaign thanks to the help and generosity of JC Decaux, the world’s largest outdoor advertising company.

Paralympian gold medallist Jonnie Peacock meets children supported by CLIC Sargent

Jonnie Peacock, the Paralympic 100 metres record holder, met children who are being supported by CLIC Sargent at Great Ormond Street Hospital on Friday 14 December.

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