CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, welcomed a government commitment yesterday that "pupils with cancer deserve as good an education as any other pupil and poor health should never mean poor education".
Mark Tami MP is due to call on Government today to ensure that children recovering from cancer get the support they need to catch up with their education.
Father and daughter, Graham and Becci Jobes, have raised £3,000 for CLIC Sargent after successfully completing a 100 mile trek challenge.
50 brave dippers took to the waves in Newquay Harbour on New Year’s Day, to help raise money for CLIC Sargent.It is hoped the total raised for this event will be in excess of £2,000 once all the sponsor money has been collected.
A mother inspired by her daughter's cancer battle, has donated 12 copies of her debut children's story book, 'Under the Fountain' to CLIC Sargent.
Friends and work colleagues, Darren Anderson and Shane Green from Filey, North Yorkshire, have paddled 60 miles down the Caledonian Canal to raise money for CLIC Sargent.
Teachers and pupils from Compton School in North Finchley, London have raised £1,425 for CLIC Sargent by organising a week of various fundraising events.
Sinclair House School has held its first ever Christmas Fayre at St Peter's Church and raised an amazing £1,654 for CLIC Sargent.
Members of the Cheriton and Tedburn Young Farmers have worked hard to raise £4,250 for CLIC Sargent after choosing to support the charity throughout 2012.
X Factor finalists and pop group Union J performed at the popular Cardiff nightclub, Pulse to celebrate its new 2013 charity partnership with CLIC Sargent.