Watford mum ‘who had never run a mile’ takes on London Marathon after eight-year-old daughter’s cancer ordeal
A mum of two from Watford ‘who had never run a mile’ in her life, is taking on another mammoth challenge by running the London Marathon to raise vital funds for the charity that supported her daughter through gruelling cancer treatment.
An Easter-loving girl who passed away on Good Friday last year is to be remembered with an Easter egg hunt near her home. The event is latest in a string of fundraisers her family have held to raise more than £60,000 for CLIC Sargent.
New Edinburgh CLIC Sargent Home from Home to be named ‘Ciaran’s House’ after teen cancer patient’s hero brother
Edinburgh locals and members of the public living as far afield as America and Australia were among those who voted to name a brand new home for young cancer patients ‘Ciaran’s House,’ after a teenager’s hero brother.
Football legend Matt Le Tissier visits building site for CLIC Sargent's new Home from Home in Southampton
Southampton FC legend Matt Le Tissier visited the construction site for CLIC Sargent’s new ‘Home from Home’ in Southampton where families can stay for free to be near their child when undergoing cancer treatment at nearby Southampton General Hospital.
A dad from Southport, whose daughter has just completed more than two years of treatment for leukaemia, will soon be setting off on an epic 117 mile walk to raise vital funds for CLIC Sargent and Alder Hey Children’s Charity.
East Midlands Airport (EMA) worker Matt Roberts and a team of friends will visit 12 Midlands football clubs in eight days as they walk 170 miles to raise vital funds for children and young people with cancer.
CLIC Sargent and long-term partner Crerar Trust have launched a week-long online vote and are calling on the public to help name CLIC Sargent’s new haven for children and young people with cancer.
World Cancer Day 2018 was our best yet, with thousands of people banding together for young lives against cancer. We can’t thank everyone who got involved enough for making World Cancer Day 2018 such a success.
CLIC Sargent has paid tribute to Christina Earle, The Sun’s Health Editor, who died suddenly on 2 March.
This year’s Christmas tombola at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle was run by the CLIC Sargent Services team and raised an incredible £1,670 for the charity.