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Devon company and Exeter Chiefs put on day to remember for families affected by cancer

Devon company Adopstar, which raises funds for CLIC Sargent, teamed up with Exeter Chiefs to make a day to remember for local families who have been affected by cancer. 

Devon man heads to Iceland to set Guinness World Record for young cancer patients

This October, Tom Whittle from Teignmouth will attempt to set a Guinness World Record for the fastest crossing of Iceland on foot while raising money for CLIC Sargent.

'Team P1' cycle from London to Exeter for young cancer patients

The team from P1 Investment Management cycled 206 miles in two days, raising over £3000 for CLIC Sargent.

Celebrities pitch in to help CLIC Sargent celebrate 20 years of charity golf day

A host of sporting stars and household names got together to mark 20 years of a celebrity golf day which has raised £2.5million since its beginnings for CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people.  

Laura takes on the Royal Parks Half Marathon

Laura was diagnosed with leukaemia when she was 11 years old. She immediately began a two year and two month course of chemotherapy. Laura is now going into her final year of university and wants to give back to the charities that supported her, including CLIC Sargent.

Travel insurance worries ‘like punishment’ for young cancer patients and their families

CLIC Sargent has highlighted the difficulty in getting travel insurance for children and young people who have been affected by cancer in response to a consultation by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). 

J D Wetherspoon and CLIC Sargent break bread over new room name for Glasgow cancer haven

A room has been renamed in a cancer haven for young patients to mark years of charity support from J D Wetherspoon. 

Charity football match raises £197 for CLIC Sargent

A charity football match between West Ham Police and east London imams has raised nearly £200 for CLIC Sargent's fight for young lives against cancer.

Minster family backs campaign to highlight ‘hidden cost’ of childhood cancer

Rachel Lucas from Minster, Kent, whose five-year-old-son Harry is going through treatment for leukaemia is raising awareness of the hidden emotional and mental health impact that a childhood cancer diagnosis can have on families, and the need for the right support.