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We’re gearing up to make Friday 31st March 2 017 the biggest, boldest and hattiest Wear A Hat Day EVER – we can’t do it without your help! There are so many fabulous ways for you to get involved and taking
Addressing the historic underfunding of brain tumour research. The following link is a full report into the funding of research. Please take a look to see why it is so important that we keep fighting on. FundingReport
Christmas provides another great opportunity to raise funds to support our dedicated centres of brain tumour research and to help us improve outcomes for the thousands of patients and their families living with the diagnosis of a brain tumour. It’s also
Coffee and cakes galore at Stoke Gabriel village hall. A splendid turn out and lots of fun.
Congratulations to Dee for going through with her traumatic head shave and not making a fuss even when some of the volunteer shavers accidentally drew blood! Huge thanks also goes to Dean Court Farm Shop for letting us use their
The South West has the highest rate of brain tumours diagnosed in the UK, so it was with particular interest that Kevin Foster, MP for Torbay, toured the laboratories at the Brain Tumour Research Centre of Excellence at Plymouth
Dee Watling is very kindly (& bravely!) having her hair shaved off at an event this August 20th 2pm. Taking place at Dean Court Farm Shop & Kitchen (opposite Luscombe Drinks) there will be refreshments available so please come along
The gang turn up again to show support for Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life.
Many thanks to Lisa Hines for facing the public and donating the proceeds of her car boot sale to the Fairy Fund. Together with merchandise an incredible £224 was raised – well done.