The head of an organisation which represents more than 1,000 businesses across the Humber area has pledged to help raise awareness of the work of a regional charity which is transforming detection techniques for serious medical conditions.
A charity that is working to offer UK-leading detection and personalised treatment facilities for patients with cancer, heart disease and dementia has unveiled the equipment inside the new £8.8m Molecular Imaging Research Centre (MIRC) which it will move into this summer after the disruption of Covid.
Annual Charity Golf Day, sponsored by Pepperells Solicitors has raised over £5,000 for Cancer Research UK.
This year’s event, held at Cottingham Park Golf & Country Club on the 9th July and organised by local man Steve Fulstow, saw over 180 players across 45 teams compete to win the converted medals for Longest Drive, Straightest Drive, Nearest to the Pin and Winning Team.
Tesco Turns Pink proves to be a great success as the Beverley store raising over £200 for Cancer Research.
Held at the Morton Lane store staff at Tesco Beverley got into the spirit of things dressing up in pink clothing.
Beverley Tesco is encouraging people in Beverley to support Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life. They want people to pop into the Morton Lane store Tesco store to see it ‘turn pink’ on Saturday 6 April.
A nationwide event, Tesco Turns Pink’sees thousands of Tesco employees unite across the UK to raise vital funds to help beat cancer.
A charity golf day first launched in 2000 was only intended to be a one-off fund raiser for Cancer Research UK.
The event, organised by Steve Fulstow, a senior accountant with East Riding of Yorkshire Council, became an annual fixture in the local calendar and this year marked the 19th golf day. It took the amount that the event has raised over the years for the cancer charity to an amazing £51,711.
Staff from Tesco in Beverley are joining the fight against cancer by taking part in Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life.
The motivated women, who work together at the Tesco store in Morton Lane, are set to pull on their trainers at Costello Stadium, Hull, on Saturday 7 July.
Members of staff at St Mary’s Primary School have raised over £2,000 for Cancer Research UK after they took part in the March incentive ‘Walk All Over Cancer’.
In all twenty staff members, made up of teachers, teaching assistants, lunchtime supervisors and office staff participated under the team name ‘We’ll Never Walk Alone’.
Beverley Tesco ‘Turned Pink’ to support Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life as part of a nationwide ‘Tesco Turns Pink’ weekend.
The event saw thousands of Tesco staff members across the UK unite to raise vital funds to help beat cancer sooner.
Beverley Tesco is encouraging people in Beverley to support Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life by popping to their local Tesco store to see it ‘turn pink’ this Saturday (14 April).
The nationwide ‘Tesco Turns Pink’ weekend will see thousands of Tesco colleagues unite across the UK to raise vital funds to help beat cancer sooner.
Suey Smith said she was overwhelmed after a fund raising night she organised in aid of Cancer Research raised thousands of pounds.
Held at the Potting Shed in Beverley, the event raised money through ticket sales a prize draw which was supported by local businesses and sports clubs in the area.
There was a full house at The Sun Inn as people turned out to support a special fund raising night in aid of Cancer Research UK.
Organised by Lynne Peterson the evening saw a number of acts take to the stage and entertain those who attended on what proved to be a fantastic night.
This Saturday will see The Sun Inn host an evening of music featuring a number of local acts as they look to raise money for a worthwhile cause.
A Musical Evening which takes place from 7.30PM will feature four local musical acts, Greg Jones, a blue pianist, The Smugglers, a Folk Band, The Assembly Line Ukulele Band and Vocal Group, Answers on a Postcard.
Zara Holland says she only just starting to believe she is the new Miss Great Britain, describing the moment she was named the winner as “the most amazing feeling of my life”.
Olly Adamson a 12-year-old from Beverley has smashed a target he set himself to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
A team of women from a Beverley firm have completed the muddiest of challenges to raise money for the fight against cancer.