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Luke Firmin – Top tips for the London Marathon

Posted on by Elise O'Kelly

One of our fantastic 2017 London Marathon runners, Luke, shares his top tips and experience for those of you hoping to run in the 2018 Marathon. Luke became a father of two only four days before he ran the London Marathon. … Continue reading

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Easter Fundraising Ideas

Posted on by Crispin

Spring has sprung and Easter is the perfect time for some fresh fundraising. We’ve hatched some egg-cellent ideas for you to choose from over the bank holiday weekend! • Host an Easter picnic – pick a park and ask you … Continue reading

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Guinness World Record Attempts in memory of inspirational Somerset teenager Emma Welch

Posted on by Natalie Dawson

Emma Welch climbed Mount Snowdon last year with 135 teddy bears, setting a Guinness World Record just days before an operation to correct her scoliosis. Sadly, she passed away from complications, hours after the surgery, aged just 14. Emma was … Continue reading

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2016: Getting Closer To A Cure

Posted on by Crispin

Now more than ever before we are getting closer to parity of funding for research into brain tumours. Since our launch in April 2009 we have campaigned tirelessly for greater funds, challenging the government and larger cancer charities to increase … Continue reading

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David Mayo takes on incredible aquatic challenge

Posted on by Ross Whyte

In April 2013, David Mayo’s son, Bruno, was diagnosed with a severe and large brain tumour. He went through a very aggressive operation that left him with many sequela and suffering from cerebellar mutism. Fortunately, he was released from hospital … Continue reading

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