This much needed facility will be based in Hartlepool Hospital and will help detect women’s cancer at a much earlier rate. Dr Mary George accepted the cheque from Tony Larkin and Dr Anil Agarwal at the last MvC Live Sessions based at The Grand Hotel, Hartlepool. 6th October 2018.
News to follow soon. April 2018.
were present at the opening of the new Macmillan Cancer Information Centre in North Tees Hospital today which the two charities donated a combined £5,000 towards the new facility in June 2016.
20,000 post cards / 500 Posters / Two Awareness Days
MvC Postcard Campaign – April 2014 (Bowel Cancer Awareness Month).
10,000 awareness postcards distributed via the Hartlepool Mail.
MUSICvCANCER auctioned a Red Hot Chili Peppers guitar on behalf of the Bradley Lowery Fight Fund on Friday night (4th April) at the latest of the MvC Live Sessions held in Hartlepool. The auctioned guitar raised a fantastic £650.00 for Bradley which was handed directly to his fund! Big Love to Bradley from all at MvC X
Presentation was made by Tony Larkin (MvC Founder) to Mark Rycroft (Bradley Lowery Fight Fund Manager) in the Hartlepool Shopping Centre.
MvC organised a weekend in London for terminally ill cancer patient Ann-Marie Noble which included meeting Sir Terry Wogan at the BBC’s Radio 2 studios. This was one of Ann-Marie’s wishes on her bucket list . Hays Travel were also part of making this dream come true. Thanks to Sir Terry Wogan and his team at BBC Radio 2 for giving up their time to meet Ann-Marie.
Pictured below: Sir Terry Wogan and Ann-Marie Noble – Aug 2013
Volunteers Samantha Musgrave and Karen Watermen gave up their time to help raise awareness along with core members of the MvC team at the Stockton Weekender festival in July. It was a very successful day, spreading the MvC love. Thanks girls
Pictured: Samantha Musgrave and Karen Waterman
10,000 awareness postcards were printed for use at the Stockton Weekender in July 2013.
Below: Examples of adverts which ran in the Hartlepool Mail newspaper. Hartlepool has the highest death rates of Bowel Cancer in the UK (Stats 2011).
A series of bowel cancer awareness adverts ran on air for a month.
MVC have taken part in hosting a range of different music events and initiatives to raise funds, none of which would be possible without the people like YOU willing to help. Why not get in touch and become an active participant?
Planning on taking part in a fundraising event but unsure as to which cause to support then why not consider “MUSICvCANCER”.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with your fundraising events and ideas.
You can make a real difference!
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