A fundraising evening with Roger Daltrey.
100,000 young people are living with, and beyond, cancer in the UK but what is it like to be on the other side of a diagnosis and when you are beginning to put your life back on track? Following his […]
Sheffield Children’s Hospital ex-patient Andrew talks about life after a cancer diagnosis and how the power of saying “Yes” has lead him onto some amazing things!
Nine year old Isobel is taking on a ten mile walk in memory of her Uncle Peter. Isobel talks about her Uncle Peter and why she’s fundraising for Weston Park Hospital in Sheffield and Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre in […]
Phoebe has been ill for as long as she can remember, it wasn’t until she was 12 when a genetic condition FAP was finally diagnosed. Phoebe endured major surgery which later lead to cancer forming in the gap where she […]
After six months of misdiagnosis, Stephen finally received a cancer diagnosis at the start of Year 11. Stephen shares his cancer journey with the Find Your Sense of Tumour audience talking about treatment, surgery and how after bouts of remission […]
It’s the aftermath after the London Marathon and Katie fills us in about how the fundraising run went, raising an amazing £3,000 for Teenage Cancer Trust. Exams are just about over and Katie is back helping Teenage Cancer Trust by […]
Dumball Rally is a fabulous fundraiser for Teenage Cancer Trust. The idea behind the rally is to get old cars less than £300, pimp them up and drive them nearly 3,000 miles to the Black Sea whilst raising much needed […]
Cancer survivor Stephanie is participating in this years Race For Life racing along the Blackpool Promenade. If you would like to sponsor Steph, please visit her fundraising page http://www.raceforlifesponsorme.org/stephanieheyes
Sonia’s daughter Alice Bullock lost her courageous battle to Rhabdomyosarcoma back in November 2008. Sonia, Alice’s brothers – Harry and George take to the skies on what would have been Alice’s 21st birthday to raise vital funds for the Teenage Cancer […]
We get to see what exactly happens at a charity fundraiser, lots of singing, dancing and a whole lot of fun from the looks of it! It’s all for a worthwhile cause though as all the money raised at this […]
Jonathan Tiplady was diagnosed four years ago with brain tumours and due to his late diagnosis and other related complications he weighed in at 4 stone and advised that his survival rate was around 20%. Amazingly Jonathan is still here […]