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express
Cancer warning: Do YOU know these three unlikely risk factors?are some more surprising triggers. Cancer risk: The condition kills someone ev
express / Posted 10 hours ago
are some more surprising triggers. Cancer risk: The condition kills someone every four minutes in the UK According to Cancer Research UK, four in ten cases of cancer could be prevented. Risk factors that could be avoided include smoking,... Read more
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Business Wire
Genkyotex Announces 2017 First-Half Financial ResultsThe results of this study were published in the Journal of the National Cancer
Business Wire / Posted 13 hours ago
The results of this study were published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Based on these study results, Cancer Research UK awarded Professor Gareth Thomas, from the University of Southampton, a discovery grant to further evaluate... Read more
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Business Wire
GENKYOTEX PRESENTE SES RESULTATS SEMESTRIELS 2017de cette étude ont été publiés dans la revue scientifique Journal of the Nation
Business Wire / Posted 13 hours ago
de cette étude ont été publiés dans la revue scientifique Journal of the National Cancer Institute. L’organisation Cancer Research UK a accordé dans ce cadre une subvention de recherche au Professeur Gareth Thomas, de l'Université de... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 17 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Oxford Mail
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Bury Times
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
Bury Times / Posted 17 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Gazette
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
Gazette / Posted 17 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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guardian-series
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
guardian-series / Posted 17 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Harrow Times
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
Harrow Times / Posted 17 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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This is West Country
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
This is West Country / Posted 18 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Gazette News
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
Gazette News / Posted 18 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Bolton News
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
Bolton News / Posted 18 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 18 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 18 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
EveningTimes Online / Posted 18 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
Croydon Guardian / Posted 18 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 18 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 18 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
E-cigarettes less harmful than smoking tobacco, health experts sayto help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with A
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 18 hours ago
to help.” The statement was led by NHS Health Scotland in collaboration with ASH Scotland, the British Lung Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, Directors of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, NHS Ayrshire &... Read more
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Daily Record
Helensburgh Cancer Research store aims to be top shop in the countryCancer campaign throughout September and October. The staggering total meant t
Daily Record / Posted 19 hours ago
Cancer campaign throughout September and October. The staggering total meant they were fourth best performing out of 595 Cancer Research UK outlets across the country. And this year, they want to aim for the top. They have already held two... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Wanstead cricket youngsters raise thousands for charityDhanesh Prabhakar) Two Wanstead cricket club youngsters decided to play 100 co
Ilford Recorder / Posted 21 hours ago
Dhanesh Prabhakar) Two Wanstead cricket club youngsters decided to play 100 consecutive days of cricket to raise money for Cancer Research UK, writes Jacob Ranson. To send a link to this page you must be logged in. Jaydhan Prabhakar with Barclays... Read more
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Daily Record
Young woman reveals stunning transformation after uni lifestyle took its tollstraight in to the whole marathon and this looked like the perfect alternative”
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
straight in to the whole marathon and this looked like the perfect alternative”, explained Jessica. The ambitious graduate not only has plans to complete the race in the fastest time possible. But she also aims to raise £400 for Cancer Research... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Mum who lost her voice due to thyroid cancer feared she'd never speak againshe could speak as she had before. She is now encouraging people to support St
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
she could speak as she had before. She is now encouraging people to support Stand Up To Cancer and is fundraising for Cancer Research UK to help other people who are diagnosed with the disease in the future. Stand Up To Cancer is a joint... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Bride who discovered she had cancer a week before wedding bravely married anywaySlimming World members who took part in a five mile walk, as part of the Walk A
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
Slimming World members who took part in a five mile walk, as part of the Walk All Over Cancer with Slimming World month-long campaign raising money for Cancer Research UK. The team of 10 walked from North Thoresby to Ludborough and rai... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Young woman reveals stunning transformation after uni lifestyle took its tollstraight in to the whole marathon and this looked like the perfect alternative”
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
straight in to the whole marathon and this looked like the perfect alternative”, explained Jessica. The ambitious graduate not only has plans to complete the race in the fastest time possible. But she also aims to raise £400 for Cancer Research... Read more
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express
Oral sex warning: Could brushing your teeth with THIS help you prevent throat cancer?most common sexually transmitted infections in the UK. Common sexually transmi
express / Posted yesterday
most common sexually transmitted infections in the UK. Common sexually transmitted infections However, Katie Edmunds from Cancer Research UK said: "HPV is linked to some types of mouth and throat cancer, but there’s no clear link between oral... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Bill Bailey to talk about his love of Oxfordshire's Ridgeway trailBailey recently walked the entire length of the Ridgeway from Ivinghoe Beacon,
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
Bailey recently walked the entire length of the Ridgeway from Ivinghoe Beacon, Buckinghamshire, to Avebury in Wiltshire for Cancer Research UK. He will talk at the Thomas Hughes Memorial Hall in Uffington, near Wantage, on Wednesday, October 18.... Read more
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Pendle Today
Fundrunners help to beat cancerthe Burnley and Pendle Fundrun at Towneley Park. Returning for its second year
Pendle Today / Posted yesterday
the Burnley and Pendle Fundrun at Towneley Park. Returning for its second year to raise much needed pounds for CARES and Cancer Research UK, the event brought a raft of entertainment for spectators, from a dance performance to a bouncy castle for... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Havering’s brilliant youngsters recognised at the Jack Petchey Awardsthe 15-year-old found out that his aunt had been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Romford Recorder / Posted 2 days ago
the 15-year-old found out that his aunt had been diagnosed with breast cancer. He decided he would raise money for Cancer Research UK, by shaving off his hair, and with the help of his form tutors and family, raised more than £1,200. He... Read more
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express
Cancer treatment news: Starving cells of OXYGEN could destroy deadly tumoursthat is inspired by mountain climbers’ altitude training. Cancer kills someone
express / Posted 2 days ago
that is inspired by mountain climbers’ altitude training. Cancer kills someone every four minutes in the UK, according to Cancer Research UK - but scientists may have moved a step closer to finding an effective treatment for solid... Read more
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Gazette News
Woman regains her voice after losing it to cancerI kept doing the exercises and it worked - I did get my voice back!" Later thi
Gazette News / Posted 2 days ago
I kept doing the exercises and it worked - I did get my voice back!" Later this month Tanu will be taking on an endurance challenge to raise money for Cancer Research UK and will be walking the Shine Night Walk, a marathon... Read more
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Gazette News
Woman regains voice after losing it to cancerI kept doing the exercises and it worked - I did get my voice back!" Later thi
Gazette News / Posted 3 days ago
I kept doing the exercises and it worked - I did get my voice back!" Later this month Tanu will be taking on an endurance challenge to raise money for Cancer Research UK and will be walking the Shine Night Walk – a marathon t... Read more
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Bolton News
Committee thanked for helping to raise more than £5,000 for Cancer Research UKGUESTS at a charity lunch in Bolton have been thanked for helping to raise more
Bolton News / Posted 3 days ago
GUESTS at a charity lunch in Bolton have been thanked for helping to raise more than £5,000 for Cancer Research UK. Two hundred guests attended the Turton Committee branch of the charity’s annual Autumn lunch at the Last Drop Hotel. This year’s... Read more
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Daily Echo
Brave teacher's drastic action to defeat the disease that could kill hertaking part as well as cancer survivors and those who have been affected by the
Daily Echo / Posted 3 days ago
taking part as well as cancer survivors and those who have been affected by the disease. A joint fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4, Stand Up To Cancer aims to speed up the translation of incredible scientific discoveries... Read more
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dna
Research bounty: Scientist gets £2 million grant to find how cancer disrupts healthy cellsof Cancer and Genomic Sciences at the University of Birmingham, will receive 1.
dna / Posted 3 days ago
of Cancer and Genomic Sciences at the University of Birmingham, will receive 1.4 million pound over six years from Cancer Research UK to find out more about three specific proteins that are thought to have a role in cancer. The study by... Read more
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Daily Record
Super slimmers complete charity walk and raise £1400 for Cancer Research UKThese super slimmers stepped up to a charity challenge by raising £1400 for Can
Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
These super slimmers stepped up to a charity challenge by raising £1400 for Cancer Research UK. The 80-strong team from Hamilton, Bothwell, Blantyre and Uddingston took part in a sponsored 6km walk around the loch at Strathclyde Park. Slimming... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Towneley Park 'Fundrun' in the Burnley sun to support cancer victimscancer research in the North-West and support for early diagnosis at a new cent
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
cancer research in the North-West and support for early diagnosis at a new centre in Burnley. Pendle Hill FUNdraisers for Cancer Research UK secretary Maggie Cannon from Fouldridge hopes yesterday’s proceeds will take the charity closer to raising... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Towneley Part 'Fundrun' in the Burnley sun to support cancer victimscancer research in the North-West and support for early diagnosis at a new cent
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
cancer research in the North-West and support for early diagnosis at a new centre in Burnley. Pendle Hill FUNdraisers for Cancer Research UK secretary Maggie Cannon from Fouldridge hopes yesterday’s proceeds will take the charity closer to raising... Read more
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Thame Gazette
‘No boss here’: Diamond couple still loving life togetheraccepted and became like a brother to them.” The couple have asked people to n
Thame Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
accepted and became like a brother to them.” The couple have asked people to not buy gifts but instead make a donation to Cancer Research UK. It mirrors what they did 10 years ago when they donated more than £1,000 from their golden anniversary... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Southwold pupils organise school fun run for cancer charitypupils organise school fun run for cancer charity Youngsters from Southwold Pr
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 4 days ago
pupils organise school fun run for cancer charity Youngsters from Southwold Primary School with their cheque for Cancer Research UK. Picture: Southwold Primary School. Primary school pupils have held their own Race for Life event to... Read more
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Isle of Wight County Press
Walkers take on 24 hour challenge for Cancer Researchthe night there will be a silent disco for the walkers. Stuart Amey, the local
Isle of Wight County Press / Posted 5 days ago
the night there will be a silent disco for the walkers. Stuart Amey, the local fundraising manager with Cancer Research UK, said: "I have been to a few Relay for Life events around the country and they are all slightly... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Women get Pretty Muddy as they join the fight against canceralso has a poignant side, and saw the competitors, many of whom have lost loved
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
also has a poignant side, and saw the competitors, many of whom have lost loved ones to cancer, raise about £100,000 for Cancer Research UK. Lisa Higgott, of Chinnor, in South Oxfordshire, took on the challenge for the second time in memory of... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
More than 6,400 Scots get Pretty Muddy in bid to beat cancernet. 1,932 people also took part in Pretty Muddy at the Royal Highland Centre,
EveningTimes Online / Posted 5 days ago
net. 1,932 people also took part in Pretty Muddy at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh - all to raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK. Helen, 49, and her partner Ian, 54, of Paisley were invited to attend Pretty Muddy Glasgow in memory of... Read more
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heraldscotland
More than 6,400 Scots get Pretty Muddy in a bid to beat cancer1,932 people also took part in Pretty Muddy at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinb
heraldscotland / Posted 5 days ago
1,932 people also took part in Pretty Muddy at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh - all to raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK. Helen, 49, and her partner Ian, 54, of Paisley were invited to attend Pretty Muddy Glasgow in memory of their son... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Women get Pretty Muddy as they join the fight against canceralso has a poignant side, and saw the competitors, many of whom have lost loved
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 5 days ago
also has a poignant side, and saw the competitors, many of whom have lost loved ones to cancer, raise about £100,000 for Cancer Research UK. Lisa Higgott, of Chinnor, in South Oxfordshire, took on the challenge for the second time in memory of... Read more
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Daily Record
Scots women aren't afraid to get dirty in fight against cancerclimbing frames and, of course, plenty of mud.Read More Last year, women raise
Daily Record / Posted 5 days ago
climbing frames and, of course, plenty of mud.Read More Last year, women raised £48,000,000 by doing Race for Life for Cancer Research UK to help fight the battle against cancer. Every hour around three people are diagnosed with cancer in... Read more
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Gazette
Yate sponsored night walk to raise money for Cancer Research UKare expected to pound the streets of Yate and Sodbury next month in a three mil
Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
are expected to pound the streets of Yate and Sodbury next month in a three mile sponsored evening walk to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Yate Relay for Life's 'Glowalk' event, where participants are encouraged to wear bright clothing and... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Jody braves painful leg wax to raise cash for Cancer Research in memory of mumbraves painful leg wax to raise cash for Cancer Research in memory of mum Jody
Ipswich Star / Posted 6 days ago
braves painful leg wax to raise cash for Cancer Research in memory of mum Jody Sparrow gets a leg wax to raise cash for Cancer Research UK An employee at cruise line firm Fred Olsen raised £500 for Cancer Research UK last week by braving a... Read more
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