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Our young people create Morrisons recipe cards

Young people who have been supported by CLIC Sargent were invited to Morrisons' Head Office test kitchen to create a series of autumnal recipes cards, which arrive in stores this week.

CLIC Sargent Nurse Suzie up for Sun newspaper Who Cares Wins award

We are proud to announce that Suzie Jamieson, one of our brilliant CLIC Sargent Nurses, has been nominated for a Sun Who Cares Wins health award in the Best Nurse category by Amelia Winsbury aged 7 and her mum Tracyann.

Carnival success pushes Morrisons fundraising past £2m

Kind-hearted Morrisons colleagues have staged their biggest-ever fundraiser by netting more than half a million pounds in a fortnight. That brings the total raised by Morrisons to more than £2m since February.

Studhambury success in 2017

The fifth annual Studhambury festival once again took the little village of Studham by storm for a record breaking year for CLIC Sargent, raising £8,100!

ScottishPower launches pilot to cut costs for young cancer patients treated in Glasgow

Glasgow families of children and young people struck by cancer will be offered support with their energy costs in a new scheme between a charity and energy company.

Leeds pub team crowned national champions in £445,000 fundraising five-a-side football

Staff from a pub in Leeds showed off their fancy footwork to be crowned the best JD Wetherspoon five-a-side team in the UK and Ireland after winning a tournament that raised hundreds of thousands for CLIC Sargent.

Charlie’s Autumn Ball raises nearly £10,000

The second Charlie’s Autumn Ball, which was held at The Alverton in Truro on Friday 22 September 2017, saw 120 guests come together to make a difference to young lives against cancer.  

Malvern couple raise thousands for cancer charity

A couple from Malvern have celebrated their 50th year by cycling 312 miles from London to Paris, and raising nearly £4,000 for children and young people's cancer support charity CLIC Sargent in the process.

Firefighter completes 16 hour, 24 mile Loch Lomond swim to raise £10,500 for young cancer patients

A 52-year-old Manchester Airport firefighter has completed an epic 24-mile, 16-hour, end to end swim of Loch Lomond to raise money for young cancer patients.

Garforth runner inspired by daughter raises £1,100 for young cancer patients

Robin Greenwood, 49, from Garforth, East Leeds, has raised £1,100 for children and young people’s cancer support charity CLIC Sargent by taking part in the Great North Run.

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