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Family friends organise quiz night in support of leukaemia patient Alex Haines

The Builders Arms in Hertfordshire played host to a quiz night organised by mother and daughter team, Vivienne Cardell-Williams and Rachel Yaffe. The event included a quiz, raffle and auction, and raised a fantastic £4,100 for young lives against cancer.

Morrisons strawberries to help young lives facing cancer

Our corporate partner, Morrisons, is reintroducing promotional packs of its own British strawberries, where 10% of the sale value will go straight to CLIC Sargent.

Dad Russ raises over £10,000 after taking on big challenge for son Harry

After his son Harry, three, was diagnosed with leukaemia, dad Russ wanted to give something back to CLIC Sargent, the charity which was with him every step, so set himself a personal challenge of cycling the length of the UK in 12 days.

Volunteer Tony raises astonishing £27,300 for children and young people with cancer

Over 17 years Tony Bagwell has given more than 460 ‘Fading Images’ presentations, sharing his beautiful photography with community groups all over Somerset and beyond to raise money for CLIC Sargent.

La La Choir's CLIC for Christmas concert raises over £17,000 for young cancer patients

La La Choirs held their third annual ‘CLIC for Christmas’ concert at Exeter Cathedral, raising an enormous £17,027 for CLIC Sargent.

Barry vloggers take on epic Mongol Rally challenge for charity

Travel vloggers Aimee Bannister, 28, and Craig Holmes, 30 - AKA Kinging-It - from Barry are planning their most adventurous trip yet as they plan to drive 10,000 miles through deserts and mountains in a 13-year-old hatchback to raise money for charity.

Salford University student vows to complete London Marathon for cancer charity after last year’s injury set-back

After making the devastating decision to pull out of last year’s London Marathon following a knee injury, 22-year-old cancer survivor Seren Hughes is determined to take on this year’s event to raise money for CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people.

The ‘Ecto-6’ take on Ghostbusters World Record Marathon attempt for young people with cancer

A group of six runners from around the UK who met at the London Marathon and stayed friends through Facebook are aiming for their second fancy dress themed Guinness World Record London Marathon effort. 

Egg-citing Easter party for children and young people supported by CLIC Sargent

H. Samuel and Ernest Jones jewellers (part of Signet Group) held an Easter party at their Birmingham Head Office on Saturday 24 March for children and young people with cancer.

J D Wetherspoon darts tournament raises more than £214,000 for young cancer patients

Darts teams from J D Wetherspoon pubs across the country have raised an incredible £214,516.08 for CLIC Sargent in a charity tournament.

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