Cancer survivor Lucien Knowles,3, from Rotherham, and Amber Whiston,7, from Sheffield, who has a brain tumour, are celebrating after helping to win an incredible £7 million for CLIC Sargent, the UK cancer support charity for children and young people that’s helped them and their families through
Amy Rocks and her family's annual swim-a-thon was a massive success and helped to raise much needed funds for both CLIC Sargent and the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust.
A young cancer survivor and a lead nurse have both joined a leading cancer charity as trustees.
Glen Cinnamon from Antrim, was inspired to fundraise for CLIC Sargent because his friend and co-driver Matthew has been fighting cancer for the last five years.
The European Doctors Orchestra (EDO) once again kindly supported CLIC Sargent when it returned to the Sage, Gateshead, for a performance that included the usual Russian drama but with a Latin twist.
For some people running a half marathon is a one-off achievement, but the 2017 Vitality Bath Half Marathon will see 49-year-old teacher Andy Westley lace up his running shoes to run the race for an impressive 13th time.
Celebrations were underway last month, as January 2017 marked one year since Amy’s House in Belfast first opened its doors to young cancer patients and their families.
Drivers from Stagecoach North East, South Shields depot have raised a staggering £4,200 for CLIC Sargent by spreading some Christmas cheer as they drove their buses during the run up to Christmas.
Children and young people’s cancer support charity CLIC Sargent has won a charity partnership with retailer Morrisons worth around £7 million.
2016 saw the longstanding PartyLite partnership raise just under an incredible £20,000.