Party time! Here we have Saturday’s photo booth from FYSOT OVER 18s 2017
Check out Friday’s photo booth from FYSOT OVER 18s 2017 with a hero & villain twist!
Other people make assumptions based on our title, our illness, our gender, our race. Staying true to yourself can be hard work. Sometimes we limit the way we express ourselves because it just seems easier to be and do what […]
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 […]
23-year-old Catrin Pugh was a normal young girl with her dreams and life in front of her, until in an instant everything changed forever. In 2013 she sustained horrific burn injuries but has beaten all the odds to astonish medical staff, […]
This talk will provide some of Mandy’s story as a young adult with cancer combined with some light psychology techniques shown to improve mental health and resilience. It will provide some skills for finding positives and making it through the […]
It’s that voice in your ear that tells you, you aren’t good enough. That whisper who discourages you from trying new things because you might get them wrong. That character who prizes playing it safe over taking exciting creative risks! […]
An overview of fertility issues for both males & females.
Nobody can explain what it’s like to have cancer better than you. By sharing your story, you can help people understand what it’s like going through cancer and raise awareness of the support Teenage Cancer Trust offers. Learn about the […]
23 year old Catrin was a normal young person with her dreams and life in front of her until in an instant everything changed forever. In 2013 Catrin sustained horrific burn injuries but has beaten the odds to astonish medical […]
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!
At aged 11, Rachel was diagnosed with a brain tumour, Rachel talks about how the support of her family and friends really helped her. Rachel explains how “Gertrude – The Brain Tumour” went away, but recently “Gertrude” has reappeared but […]