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Deputy Headteacher takes on 90 mile cycle for Kieran

Deputy Headteacher, Catherine Haslam, takes on the 90 mile Cyclone Cycling Challenge in memory of pupil Kieran Maxwell. Catherine will be taking on the challenge and raising funds for CLIC Sargent, after Kieran and his family were supported during his treatment for Ewing's Sarcoma.

Morrisons cuts price of coffee break for CLIC Sargent

Morrisons is reducing the price of the perfect tea and coffee break while raising money for young lives facing cancer.

Paramount Pictures offers advance screening of Sherlock Gnomes to CLIC Sargent families

Hollywood film producers Paramount Pictures invited Ellie Mae Wile-Dunne, 9, and mum, Nikki Wile to a party and special screening of Sherlock Gnomes.

Julius Baer staff cycle from London to Zurich

20 employees from Julius Baer private bank will cycle from London to Zurich, in just seven days, in support of young lives against cancer.

Family back berry good deal for kids with cancer

The family of a young Preston boy who is having cancer treatment is backing a campaign for the charity that supports them.

Essex dad to embark on 24-hour Isle of Wight coastline walk in memory of brave son who lost his battle to cancer

The father of a schoolboy from Essex, who sadly died last year following his battle with cancer, will be walking the entire circumference of The Isle of Wight on 5th May to raise vital funds for the charity which supported him through treatment.

Suffolk dad takes on London Marathon after losing home and ‘world falling apart’ during six-year-old son’s cancer battle

The father of a six-year-old boy with cancer from Bury St Edmunds is running the Virgin Money London Marathon on 22 April, to ‘give something back’ by raising vital funds for CLIC Sargent, the charity that supported his son through gruelling treatment. 

Music students raise over £800 for young cancer patients

More than 19 pupils from the Dinah Foster Music Academy in Suffolk took part in a Practice-a-thon concert in aid of young lives against cancer.

Nottingham local to take on London Marathon for his son with leukaemia

An Army Dad from Nottingham will be putting his fitness to the test on Sunday 22 April by taking on the Virgin Money London Marathon to raise money for CLIC Sargent. Dean Ross has been inspired to run the London Marathon by his 12-year-old son Sam, who has leukaemia.

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.

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