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Ford & Slater apprentices pull DAF CF trucks for Teenage Cancer Trust - UK Haulier News

Last month fourteen apprentices from across DAF Trucks dealership group Ford & Slater, took part in a charity truck pull at Bruntingthorpe Airfield, in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. The truck pull event saw contenders split into two teams of seven, each ...

Fraud victim: "Cancer lie was devastating for our family" - ITV News

David Carroll went to great lengths to lie about having cancer. In 2015, he ran the London marathon in support of Teenage Cancer Trust, although it's thought all of the money raised went to the charity. Later that year he told his mother-in-law that ...

Festive fun in aid of trust - Morpeth Herald

Alex MacDonald, Community Champion at Dobbies Ponteland, said: “We are delighted to be kicking off the festive season with a special fund-raising evening raising money for Teenage Cancer Trust. “The charity does fantastic work in the support it offers ...

James Addyman lost his arm to stop the spread of cancer - BBC News

... right arm amputated to stop the spread of an aggressive cancer. The 22-year-old from Lamplugh in Cumbria says he is now finding a way "to do things differently". He abseiled down the side of a Newcastle hotel to raise funds for the Teenage Cancer ...

Simplyhealth Great Birmingham half marathon 2018: Heroic runners endure torrential rain to raise £2 million for charity - Birmingham Live

Friends Alex Walton from Nottingham and Adam Stegs from Leicester - were raising money for two different charities Alzheimer's Society and Teenage Cancer Trust respectively. Their friends and families joined forces to wave them off and afterwards ...

Great Birmingham Run LIVE: Pictures, footage and stories of the half marathon - Birmingham Live

Thousands are taking to the streets of Birmingham city centre for a challenging half marathon - and we will be with them all the way! Well, sort of. More than 10,000 people are taking part in the Simplyhealth Great Birmingham Run, and this is where to ...

Here's why this Stoke-on-Trent nurse has bagged herself an invite to today's Royal wedding - Stoke-on-Trent Live

Kelly said: “I am absolutely delighted to have been invited and I'm so excited to be involved in Princess Eugenie's big day and it's such an honour to be able to represent the Teenager Cancer Trust. “I am one of four from an NHS setting going down and ...

Eugenie reveals who will be at her wedding to represent causes close to her heart - Nagaland Post

Representatives from 13 charities - including The Salvation Army's Stop Modern Slavery campaign and the Teenage Cancer Trust - are among the 1,200 members of the public invited to join the celebrations in the grounds of Windsor Castle tomorrow.

Princess Eugenie chooses anti-plastic and animal charities to be represented at royal wedding - Sky News

Also on the list is the Teenage Cancer Trust, which Eugenie, her sister Princess Beatrice and her mother, the Duchess of York, are all patrons of. Myrna Whiteson and Dr Adrian Whiteson, presidents of the trust, said: "The princess has been a warm and ...

Hairy bikers host charity rock show with a nosh pit - The Northern Echo

... will also be performing on the night. Thunder frontman and Planet Rock DJ Danny Bowes, who will be DJ for the night, will be joining the band on stage. It is raising funds for the Graham Wylie Foundation, Teenage Cancer Trust and Nordoff Robbins ...

Princess Eugenie 'profoundly moved' by her work with teenage cancer patients - Newsline

A charity boss has told how the young Princess Eugenie was left profoundly moved after visiting her teenage counterparts suffering from cancer in hospital. The president of the Teenage Cancer Trust said the Queen's granddaughter showed great maturity ...

Modern slavery survivors and Salvation Army volunteers invited to royal wedding - Belfast Telegraph

... Foundation Trust; and Anna Davies, from Bridgend, who is a Teenage Cancer Trust youth support co-ordinator at the University Hospital of Wales. The trust is the only UK charity that provides specialised nursing and emotional support to young people ...

Tributes paid to Jenics' Neil Bowler following death aged 52 - The Caterer.com

Bowler, 52, was taking part in the Jenics-sponsored Great Hotel Bike Ride from London St Pancras to Hilton Deansgate, Manchester, raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust. A specialist in the hotels and leisure property market, Bowler advised on ...

Keswick rugby player embarks on abseil adventure for Teenage Cancer Trust - News & Star

James Addyman, 22, is taking on a 150ft abseil to raise funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust, the charity which funds a unit at the north east hospital where he spent months receiving treatment. James, from Asby, near Lamplugh, was diagnosed with an ...

Jenics director dies on charity bike ride - Place North West

Bowler was a keen cyclist, and had been participating in the Jenics-sponsored Great Hotel Bike Ride from London St Pancras to Hilton Deansgate, raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust. He is believed to have had a heart attack towards the end of the ...

Brighton drummer stages charity night on i360 after son's cancer ordeal - The Argus

Noel and his band Planet Trousza will be entertaining guests during a fundraising night at the i360 in Brighton on Friday, October 26. The event is to raise the profile and much-needed funds for Teenage Cancer Trust, which helps teenagers through ...

Jacobs Media Group tackles Tough Mudder for Teenage Cancer Trust - Travel Weekly UK

A 'Band of Mudders' from Travel Weekly parent Jacobs Media Group braved ice-cold water, four-metre drops and electrical shocks while running ten miles through a muddy field for charity. The team consisting of Travel Weekly managing director Stuart ...

News in Brief - North Yorkshire - The Northern Echo

Teen cancer. TEENAGERS at Ripon Grammar School are being encouraged to discuss their thoughts and fears about the difficult subject of teenage cancer. Rachel Wilkinson of The Teenage Cancer Trust, which aims to get every secondary school in the ...

Young farmer who lost arm to cancer takes on 150ft abseil challenge - Cumbria Crack

A young Cumbrian farmer and rugby player who had his right arm removed due to cancer is taking on a 150ft abseil challenge to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust, the charity that supported him throughout his treatment. James Addyman, aged 22, from ...

Former Westlife star Brian McFadden heads Carlisle charity event - News & Star

BRIAN McFadden headed an all-star line-up as an annual charity ball was hailed the best yet. Carlisle's 911 singer Lee Brennan masterminded another smash-hit Shine A Light Ball in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust and in memory of his late step-dad ...

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.