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They did it for Charlotte

Good friends Sophie, Ellie, Nikki, Kate and Nat set themselves the challenge of walking 18 miles around footpaths and canal routes in Kidlington, Oxfordshire, in memory of sister and dear friend Charlotte, who sadly died of cancer 10 years ago.

Corporate partner, KTC Edibles raise £40,000

The West Midlands based company, KTC Edibles Ltd, has been partnering with CLIC Sargent for the past year and has successfully raised £40,000 in aid of our work.

Oxford Brookes students hold fancy-dress fundraiser

Almost 90 students from at Oxford Brookes University have got into the festive spirit to help support children and young people with cancer, and held a fancy dress fundraiser

Planet Ice raises more than £5,000 for CLIC Sargent

Over the past two years, Europe’s number one chain of ice rink arenas, Planet Ice has taken part in various fundraising activities to help raise more than £5,639 for children and young people with cancer.

Rugby Club players become 'life shavers' to support CLIC Sargent

Players from Bristol Imperial Rugby Club have shaved their heads to show their support for CLIC Sargent’s Big Buzz.

CLIC Sargent receives grant from The Freemasons’ Grand Charity

CLIC Sargent has been awarded £50,000 from The Freemasons’ Grand Charity, to fund the salaries of our two part-time specialist cancer nurses based at Royal Cornwall Hospital.

Children with cancer missing out at school

Many children feel left out and left behind when they go back to primary school after treatment for cancer, according to a new report by CLIC Sargent.

Incorporated Society of Musicians to hold Christmas Concert for CLIC Sargent

Around 45 young people involved in the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM), will be performing at a Christmas Concert on 6 December in support of CLIC Sargent.

The Grace Notes release Christmas single for CLIC Sargent

Cornish band The Grace Notes, has released a Christmas single to raise funds for CLIC Sargent.

CLIC Sargent supports Cancer Campaigning Group report on integration

A new report from the Cancer Campaigning Group (CCG) has shown that cancer patients need better integrated care.

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