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Bracelets support for reporter's campaign - Newark Advertiser

A schoolboy has made more than 100 friendship bracelets to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust in support of Advertiser sport reporter Warwick Lane. Alex Coulthard, 11, who lives next door to Warwick's family in Norwell, uses eight feet of power ...

Hairdresser's own cancer battle inspires him to donate wigs to teenagers battling disease - Hull Daily Mail

After being given the all clear he is now putting his efforts into helping young people diagnosed with cancer by donating bespoke wigs to the Teenage Cancer Trust at Castle Hill Hospital in Cottingham. Mr Ackah-Amihere, now 29, said: "The unit really ...

Heads you win, hair you lose for charity - Wiltshire Times

Heads you win, hair you lose for charity. John Baker Reporter ... The trio all took the plunge after 12-year-old Ciaran vowed to raise funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust. He has already raised £1,012 this year, including Gift Aid and £335 from a bucket ...

LED Creative support charity concert in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust - EtNow.com

UK – Rental and installation specialist LED Creative worked with the crew at Version 2 to help illuminate the annual charity concert held in the grounds of hosts Sue and David Formosa's Chorleywood home. Now in its 16th year, Music by Twilight features ...

Petrol heads roar into town for 'biggest ever' Oddballs Rally - Banbury Cake

The scooter spectacle attracted enthusiasts from as far afield as Scotland and France for the three-day charity festival, which has been gaining in popularity since it launched in 2015. Vince Wooloff, who created the event after friend Ron Morgan died ...

200 young people are diagnosed with cancer each year in our region so these people are doing something amazing to ... - Gloucestershire Live

The UK's only charity dedicated to supporting teenagers with cancer is to be given a boost by participants at a Gloucestershire event. A team of 14 people are tackling Tough Mudder at Badminton this Saturday, who have either been helped by the Teenage ...

Milton Keynes teenager's brave head shave looking to raise thousands for charity - MKFM

All the money raised from the head shave will go to The Teenage Cancer Trust charity, with Bailey looking to raise around £5,000 from her fundraising efforts. Bailey, 13, who attends Shenley Brook End school in Milton Keynes, said: “I am very nervous ...

Chester 10k running race reaches sponsorship deal with Aldi - ChesterChronicle.co.uk

“The race also helps us to build on the excellent fundraising efforts of our Cheshire stores for the Teenage Cancer Trust. We're excited to take our local fundraising further at the 2019 event.” To find out more about the Chester 10K and its sister ...

Milton Keynes 13-year-old to shave off her metre-long hair for charity - Milton Keynes Citizen

A caring teenager is having her head shaved for charity after growing her hair for as long as she can remember. Bailey Masterton-Smith's metre long tresses will be chopped on Sunday to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Gildeas Solicitors to take on Tough Mudder in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust - Scottish Legal News

Members of Gildeas Solicitors' Edinburgh office will be participating in the Edinburgh City Centre Tough Mudder event on 25 August to raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust. The team is a mix of solicitors, trainees and claims handlers. The team consists ...

Friends and family of much loved teacher come together charity event - Daily Echo

Friends and family of much loved teacher come together charity event ... FRIENDS and family of a much-loved primary school teacher and dancer who died 10 years ago attended a garden party in her memory to raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust.

Having cancer at 20 put my life on hold but it's shown me what, and who, really matters - Metro

The thing about having cancer is that it helps to have support. During my treatment, I went back in to see other patients to encourage them to stay positive. I also made friends through Teenage Cancer Trust's social events – they were young people who ...

Retired butcher takes on Suffolk charity cycle ride in memory of teenager - East Anglian Daily Times

About seven young people aged between 13 and 24 are diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK. Peter George, owner of Malthouse Security, said: “The loss of Jack was a tragedy that was felt by all of us here and we have all been fundraising for the ...

Generous customers and staff at this supermarket pull together to raise £1000 for cancer trust - Dorset Echo

Generous customers and staff at this supermarket pull together to raise £1,000 for cancer trust. By Meghan Hindley @DorsetEchoMeg Reporter. Aldi team. Generous customers and staff at Aldi at Chickerell pulled together to raise £1,000 for the Teenage ...

Charity raises £250000 in memory of St Albans pupil - Herts Advertiser

His family decided to support Teenage Cancer Trust to help young people like Oli, and have now raised £250,000 for the charity. Oli's brother Eddie Mills said: “We're so thrilled to have raised £250,000 for such an amazing charity and are looking ...

Boots worker, 26, who beat testicular cancer completes epic bike ride - Nottinghamshire Live

He also decided to accept "his biggest challenge yet" and cycle 340 miles from London to Paris whilst raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust. In blistering heat of up to 42 degrees he cycled for four days, finishing in the French capital on July 29 ...

Rugby Against Cancer charity match being held this weekend in Southsea - The News

The day is raising money for three cancer charities – Bowel Cancer UK, the Teenage Cancer Trust and Children With Cancer – as well as for Portsmouth man Adam Long who needs to raise £100,000 for life-saving treatment. Entry is £3 for adults and £1 for ...

Festival held in memory of tragic teen raises more than £10000 for cancer charities - Derbyshire Live

"We first came into the care of CLIC Sargent and the Teenage Cancer Trust teams at Alder Hey Children's Hospital. Our CLIC Sargent social worker, Rachel, was there for us right from the start - and after she died. She gave us amazing advice, got us ...

Hayes Garden World raises more than £5000 for Teenage Cancer Trust - The Westmorland Gazette

The presentation was attended by, from left, Emma Cross, Ross Brood, Liz Brood and, Keith Laird. Ross and Liz are part of the Teenage Cancer Trust South Lakes Dream Team, Ross has benefitted from its services, and Liz gives much of her time to support ...

Fundraising Takes Cancer Group to Next Level - Charity Today News

The national organisation, which is based in the Clinical Sciences Building at the University of Leicester, is jointly funded by Teenage Cancer Trust and CLIC Sargent, as well as membership subscriptions. Now, for the first time, people will be able to ...

Teenage Cancer Trust is a cancer care and support charity in the UK that exists to improve the cancer experience of young people aged 13–24. Founded in 1990, the charity's key service is providing specialist teenage units in NHS hospitals. It also trains and funds staff who are teenage cancer specialists. The units are dedicated areas for teenage and young adult patients, who are involved in their concept and creation. Medical facilities on the units are equipped with computers, TVs and game consoles.

Teenage Cancer Trust
Founded 1990
Type Charity
Registration no. 1062559 (England & Wales)
SC039757 (Scotland)
Focus Teenage and young adult cancer patients
Location
Area served
United Kingdom
Product Cancer treatment centers and support in local areas, specialist cancer staff and education and advocacy programme
Revenue
£13.5 million (2013)
Mission Improving the lives of teens and young adults with cancer.
Website #

Teenage Cancer Trust is a cancer care and support charity in the UK that exists to improve the cancer experience of young people aged 13–24. Founded in 1990, the charity's key service is providing specialist teenage units in NHS hospitals. It also trains and funds staff who are teenage cancer specialists. The units are dedicated areas for teenage and young adult patients, who are involved in their concept and creation. Medical facilities on the units are equipped with computers, TVs and game consoles.

To date, the charity has built 28 units in cities including London, Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham, Sheffield, Newcastle, Manchester, Glasgow, Southampton, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Bristol, Cambridge, Hull, Leicester, Nottingham and Wirral.

The charity also serves as an advocate for teenage cancer needs, promoting related research and national and international forums. It also provides support services and education related to teenage and young adult cancer.

Gamer Girl: Ellie's story

Having cancer when you're young can have a devastating effect on your body and life, which is why young people need specialised nursing and emotional ...

Teenage Cancer Trust - about us - 2017

Every day 7 young people are diagnosed with cancer around the UK. We're here to make sure they don't face it alone. Every young person should have access ...

Charlotte's Story

Text TOGETHER to 70500 to donate £3 and The Body Shop will match your donation.* You can also make a donation in any of The Body Shop stores or online ...

The Who, I Can't Explain, Royal Albert Hall, Teenage Cancer Trust, April 1 2017

The Who, I Can't Explain, Royal Albert Hall, Teenage Cancer Trust, April 1 2017.

DOCS: Teenage Cancer Ward

SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj A highly poignant and powerful documentary about life at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital's Young Person's Unit, ...

The Who - Baba O'Riley - Teenage Cancer Trust, Royal Albert Hall, London, 30/3/17

Effectively the theme song for TCT gigs at the RAH and always massive live. Greatly enjoyed the view this position offered on Zak Starkey's drumming - watch ...