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Nottingham Life Cycle 7 launches

Nottingham Life Cycle 7 launches
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Each year, hundreds of children and their families are faced with the terrifying diagnosis of a brain tumour. That's why this year our annual fundraising campaign, Life Cycle, will this year focus on raising much needed funds for our Children's Brain Tumour Research Centre (CBTRC).
Date:
20 February 2017

Beating breast cancer, together

Beating breast cancer, together
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Thanks to your support for our annual fundraising campaign, Life Cycle 6, we have raised an incredible £700,539 for our breast cancer research - our second highest Life Cycle total ever!
Date:
01 February 2017

Robert Markus Prize Update 2017

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University supporters make a crucial difference to students' lives
Date:
25 January 2017

Giving extra - David's story

Giving extra - David's story
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This month, we celebrate the life of David Atkin, whose generous legacy gift of £10,000 is helping fund vital breast cancer research today.
Date:
04 November 2016

One year on: Tia recalls her first year at University

One year on: Tia recalls her first year at University
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Thanks to your support, Tia blossomed in our Nottingham Potential Summer School programme – which gives youngsters from disadvantaged backgrounds a chance to try out life at university.
Date:
04 November 2016

New researcher joins CBTRC

New researcher joins CBTRC
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Thanks to your generosity, we are thrilled to announce that Claire Evans is set to join the team at the Children's Brain Tumour Research Centre (CBTRC).
Date:
04 November 2016

Life Cycle 6 raises over £540,000 for breast cancer research

Life Cycle 6 raises over £540,000 for breast cancer research
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From bakers to walkers and cyclists and disco dancers – thanks to you we have raised over £540,000 for our breast cancer research, as part of our annual fundraiser – Nottingham Life Cycle 6.
Date:
04 November 2016

Vets in the Community

Vets in the Community
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Thanks to your support for Cascade, veterinary students have been out in the community helping pets belonging to homeless and vulnerably housed people in the Nottingham area for the last four years.
Date:
04 November 2016