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Magician, 'Dastardly Duncan' puts on a show to raise money for CLIC Sargent

Magician, Duncan Price of Shoreham by Sea, West Sussex has raised £1,000 by arranging an evening of magic tricks and comedy all in aid of children and young people with cancer.

Annual Gerard Logue fundraiser walk continues to raise money for CLIC Sargent

When Gerard Logue passed away in 2004, his family completed an annual walk in the Waterside area of Derry in his memory, to raise money for children and young people with cancer.

'Pay-It-Forward' initiative raises money for Paul's house

Staff from the international law firm, Weil, Gotshal and Manges, have raised a fantastic £2,918.70 for the CLIC Sargent London-based Home from Home, Paul's House.

Harvey's Furniture helps support CLIC Sargent

The new Harvey's Furniture retail store in Belfast, have partnered with CLIC Sargent to help raise vital funds for the Northern Ireland Homes from Home Appeal.

Sports stars and youngsters shine at Sheffield day of fun

Paralympic table tennis champion David Wetherill and Nick Matthew, the world champion squash player, joined children and young people with cancer and their families at an activity day in Sheffield on Saturday 27 October.

One Stop store staff raise over £2,000 in support of colleague's son

Stephen Blades, the One Stop area manager for Sunderland has presented a cheque for £2,155 to CLIC Sargent.

Fantasy Ball is a roaring success raising £210,000

CLIC Sargent’s annual Fantasy Ball has raised a staggering £210,000 for children and young people living with cancer. 

CLIC Sargent supports greater role for patients in developing value-based drugs pricing

CLIC Sargent is voicing its support for recommendations from a newly released report from Prostate Cancer UK, on value-based drugs pricing.

World’s top golfers help Iain to fulfil his dream

Avid golfer and motorbike fanatic, Iain Baldwin, is aiming to raise funds for CLIC Sargent by auctioning a custom-painted motorbike signed by world golf professionals, Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell and Darren Clarke.

Dare devils zip slide the Clyde to raise an incredible £13,000

Brave participants have completed the daunting challenge of zip sliding from a 150ft tall crane, 1,500m across the River Clyde, to raise money for children and young people with cancer.

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