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CLIC Sargent publishes new magazine for children with cancer

Six children being treated for cancer at Sheffield Children’s Hospital have joined forces to help create Shout Out!, a specialist magazine enabling children throughout the UK to share experiences and have their say about cancer and treatment.

Dunwich Dynamo raises £1,794.88 for CLIC Sargent

On a bright night in July Ellie Robinson, John Camp and Dave Munro set off from London and took part in the Dunwich Dynamo. This is a free to enter event where you turn up and ride.

Carousel Nursery in Bridgwater raise over £800 for CLIC Sargent

Carousel Day Care Nursery in Middlezoy, Bridgwater, managed to raise an incredible £823 through the organisation of a coffee morning. The day was full of baked treats and beverages and it was all in aid of Yummy Mummy Week, CLIC Sargent’s national fundraising campaign.

Barclays Dragon Boat Challenge raises £3,135

On 3 July 2012 Barclays head office in London chose to challenge themselves to a Dragon Boat Race at Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre.

Peninsula New Beginnings supports CLIC Sargent

Catherine Flynn and members of the Peninsula New Beginnings Support and Motivation Group present a cheque for £310 to Fionnuala Savage, Community Fundraising Manager.

Mossley Hockey Golf Society's annual charity day

Mossley Hockey Club Golf Society visited Carrickfergus Golf Club on Sunday 29 July for their annual charity day in aid of CLIC Sargent.

Stansted college raises £470 for CLIC Sargent

The pupils of Eagle House, Mountfitchet Mathematics and Computer College, Stansted raised £470 through various fundraising activities.

Tia’s Treasures raises money for CLIC Sargent

Young Tia and her mum Lisa organised a fundraising day at Shrublands, Youth and Adult Centre, Gorleston as part of their on-going fundraising for CLIC Sargent. CLIC Sargent received £100 from the event at which Tia sold her hand made bracelets, necklaces, key rings and bag charms.

Cycling for Libby

Carol Roberts, her husband Kevin, and Tim Spearing, of Bridgewater, Somerset, took part in the 80 mile cycle with 200 other CLIC Sargent riders to raise money for children and young people with cancer.

Curtain Up Theatre School perform to raise £748 for CLIC Sargent

A huge thank you goes out to Tristan and Sarah Carter and all at Curtain Up Theatre School for their recent participation in CLIC Sargent’s national fundraising campaign for young performers, Practice-a-thon.