CCHF

Take a walk (or ride!) on the wild side

Its a great time to join the Vale Lottery. Sign up before Saturday 30 March for the chance to win a £300 gift voucher to spend at Woburn Safari Park.…

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Give from the heart with ‘Golden Giving’

Our preferred on line charity giving platform, ‘Make-a-Donation’, has merged with the larger ‘Golden Giving’.  This not-for-profit organisation puts charities at the heart of their mission. Supported by philanthropists,  the…

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Saying goodbye to Lord Carrington

On behalf of his friends in the Cancer Care and Haematology Unit, and the many local people who benefitted from his loyal support over the years as our patron,  last…

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CCHU Christmas Fair

Please join us on Thursday 6th December 5.30-8.00pm for some pre Christmas fun and spending. All proceeds to CCHF

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Charity Fundraiser for CCHF 27th Oct

The wonderful Jade Rose Pinnock is holding an exciting fundraising night to raise money for the CCHF, following in the footsteps of her mother Kim who was one of the…

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Craig Smith Netball Tournament

This photo is too good to miss!

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Craig Smith netball tournament for CCHU

    Organized by his two twin daughters Libby and Kayleigh, a netball tournament took place on 14thJuly 2018 in memory of Craig Smith who died in 2012 of bowel…

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Inspiring story from former patient and long time supporter of the CCHF

Nigel received treatment in SMH and Oxford 29 years ago before the present unit was built and, along with other young patients, raised money early in the drive to build…

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Lord Carrington, Patron of CCHF 6/6/19-9/7/18

It was with great sadness that we learnt of the death of Lord Carrington, a loyal friend and patron of the Cancer Care and Haematology Fund for many years. He…

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Two supporters to run in the Virgin London Marathon for CCHF

The CCHF has-not 1-but 2-supporters in this year’s London marathon in April!  Both are running because of close personal or family experience of the Unit. Andy is running in memory…

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