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News Report Page 8 of 22
Publication Date:-
2018-08-11
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Experience the City after hours for Maggie's

MAGGIE'S, the charity which provides free practical and emotional support for people living with cancer, is set to take on the streets of Liverpool with their annual Liverpool Culture Crawl.

In just 7 weeks time hundreds of walkers will take on a 10k sponsored walk across Liverpool City Centre. Visiting some the cities most iconic venues and hidden gems. Experiencing exclusive evening access along with enjoying food, drink and entertainment from local performers.

This years Culture Crawl will take place on Friday, 28 September 2018, at 6pm. Maggie's is hoping many more supporters will join them on the evening to experience this unique event and to also raise vital funds for people living with cancer.

Built in the grounds of Clatterbridge Hospital Maggie's Merseyside is a warm and welcoming place, with qualified professionals on hand to offer an evidence-based core programme of support that has been shown to improve physical and emotional wellbeing.

Culture Crawl is 1 of the biggest events in their calendar and this year is set top previous years. There are some fantastic venues opening their doors including:- Liverpool Cathedral, the Town Hall, Victoria Art Gallery and Museum and many more surprises along the way. Each venue and entertainment act will bring a different theme and there really is something for everyone. The walk will conclude at the Museum of Liverpool, where walkers will be greeted with a medal and join in the party atmosphere with music from local band:- 'The Rockin 60's.'

Centre Head Kathy Wright:- "Our Culture Crawl gets bigger every year, with more people participating and more venues sharing their hospitality with us. Culture Crawl raises a great amount enabling us to provide support to people affected by cancer. The team are working extremely hard to ensure this years Culture Crawl is filled with fun and architectural delights for everyone to enjoy."

Maggie's Merseyside relies on voluntary donations to support and grow its network of Centres and to develop its unique, high quality programme of support. Therefore Maggie's is reaching out to you to join them and sign up today. You can register online now!  For more information contact Sasha on:- 01513344301 or send an email to:- Sasha.Mathias@MaggiesCentres.Org.

To find out more about Maggie's Merseyside and to see how the Centre supports people living with cancer across Merseyside, Cheshire and North Wale please visit the Centre at Clatterbridge or get in touch on:- 01513344301

For further information about Maggie's Merseyside please go to:- MaggiesCentres.Org. You can also follow Maggie's Merseyside on Facebook for the latest news and stories.


Charity appeals for walkers to join fundraising event along the Leeds Liverpool Canal

A charity, which funds research into the biggest cancer killer of under 40's, is calling on people to join a fundraising walk along the Leeds Liverpool Canal.

The Brain Tumour Research charity is launching the Litherland Walk of Hope for supporters to help join the fight against brain tumours. Annual Walk of Hope events take place nationwide every September, but the Litherland walk, on Saturday, 29 September 2018 will be the 1st of its kind within the north west.

Starting at the Jubilee Pub, Litherland, the route takes walkers along the banks of the canal for 10 miles, circling back to the pub where fundraisers will be able to enjoy 20% off their lunch.

Andrea Pankiw, Community Fundraising Manager at Brain Tumour Research, said:- "Joining us on the Litherland Walk of Hope is a great way to raise money for a great cause. You can bring the whole family with you and enjoy all the beautiful scenery that the route passes through, all whilst raising vital funds. Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 each year than any other cancer, yet just 1% of the national spend on cancer research has been allocated to this devastating disease."

The registration fee is ₤10 for individuals and ₤20 for families. All walkers will receive a t-shirt and, upon completing the walk, be awarded with a medal for being part of the charity's fantastic Fighting Force.

The money raised will go towards Brain Tumour Research which is funding dedicated UK Centres of Excellence where scientists are focused on improving outcomes for patients and, ultimately, finding a cure.

To book your place, go to:- BrainTumourResearch.Org.

 
      
 
   
 
 
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