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Morrisons rings out the bells this Christmas

Our corporate partner, Morrisons is helping us raise awareness of how cancer rewrites Christmas, with a special festive message.

Children’s TV presenter brings storytime to child cancer patients

Children’s TV presenter Ben Cajee brought storytime to child cancer patients in a visit to the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.

Tom’s epic ride from London to Tokyo - four months in

On 11 August 2017, Tom Howard set off on an epic challenge to cycle from London to Tokyo to raise money and awareness for CLIC Sargent.

Morrisons makes Smiles at Christmas with £25k boost to The Sun appeal

The Sun’s Smiles at Christmas appeal for CLIC Sargent is set to get a £25,000 boost thanks to The Morrisons Foundation.

TORI Global team take on Santa Skydive for young people with cancer

A team of nine staff members from TORI Global, a charity partner of CLIC Sargent, are conquering their fears by taking to the skies for a skydive this December.

Carol concerts are kicking off across Scotland!

Choirs across Scotland have been singing their hearts out in support of young lives against cancer, kick starting the festive season!

Young Hertfordshire cancer patient inspires charity single

The uncle of a 16-year-old cancer patient has written a charity single inspired by his story.

Newcastle City Hall hosts the 35th CLIC Sargent Christmas Carol Concert

Newcastle City Hall hosted the 35th CLIC Sargent Christmas Carol Concert to support young lives against cancer. The event saw New Tyneside Orchestra, Newcastle Combined Hospital Choirs, the CLIC Sargent Singers and choirs from four local schools come together to spread festive cheer.

CLIC Sargent welcomes focus on cancer workforce of the future

CLIC Sargent has welcomed the publication of a report by Health Education England which focuses on what the NHS needs to do to make sure that England has enough of the right staff with the right skills to tackle cancer.

Response to the APPG on Cancer report

CLIC Sargent has welcomed the publication of a report by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer’s (APPGC) which was launched at the Britain Against Cancer Conference in London today. 

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