A Review of Dance Beats Cancer by Maria A. Ero. What’s happens when you bring together an eclectic mix, of professional, semi-professional, and aspiring performers, with diverse techniques and musical styles? You end up with: ‘Dance Beats Cancer’ by Youth Cancer Trust A night of dance, music and magic! Thursday
Deliciously the best! In our 20th year we wanted to say a very special thank you to Purbeck Ice Cream for their continuing support of Youth Cancer Trust. For the over 10 years, Hazel and Peter Hartle, the force behind the multiple award-winning Purbeck Ice Cream, have been incredibly generous
It’s nearly that time of year when we start to think about Christmas, so please do think of Youth Cancer Trust when buying your Christmas cards this year. Every penny really does help us support more young people with cancer. Please order your Christmas cards securely below
We created the ‘Dance Beats Cancer’ film to raise awareness about the Youth Cancer Trust and to reach and support more young people with cancer. The film aims to depict some of the journey from cancer diagnosis to recovery with the support of others. It features local and professional performers
Are you over the age of 16 and have received a cancer diagnosis in the last 12 months? If so, researchers from the University of Chester, Queen’s University of Belfast, University of Edinburgh, McGill University, Canada and the University of Sydney would like to invite you to take part in
Poole based exhibition stand designers Quadrant2Design, are donating their graphic design services and banner stand displays to the Youth Cancer Trust. MD Alan Jenkins commented “It’s great that we can help out in this way and we trust that these banner displays will help in building awareness of the Trust’s
Our wonderful admin assistant, Wendy reached 81km (50 miles) this year in the www.isleofwightchallenge.com, then made the difficult decision to withdraw. If you saw her feet you would understand why (think she may be wearing slippers for some time)… ouch!!!! “I’m proud of what I’ve achieved, it is a brutal
We are incredibly proud that our founder Brenda has been awarded the BME in the New Year’s Honours list and congratulate her on her incredible work with the Youth Cancer Trust. Brenda Clark said she has been in “complete shock” since learning she is to be awarded the British Empire
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The Youth Cancer Trust is a unique charity based in Bournemouth.
It provides support and free, activity based holidays for young people aged 14 to 30 living with cancer or any malignant disease from anywhere in the UK and Irish Republic or who are patients of any UK hospital. You can also come on a holiday if you have been in remission for up to 5 years, or are living with the late effects of having had cancer as a teenager.