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Join us to celebrate 45 years of making a difference!

Join us to mark 45 years of helping to make a positive difference to lives impacted by cancer in our community.

A series of events are being held across the region for people to find out more about our work and celebrate the anniversary of the charity’s launch on 5th June 1979 by then Mayor of Shrewsbury Bernard Lingen and local accountant Frank Davies.

We will be holding a number of roadshows to get out into the community and say hello to you all, as well as hosting an elegant summer garden party, leading a summer-long fundraising drive, and offering various challenge events.

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45 for 45 fundraising packs

Why not take part in our summer fundraising drive? Grab yourself a pack and either take on the 45 for 45 by yourself, or ask friends, colleagues, or family to join you… prizes will be available for those who go the extra mile.

We aim to raise £45,000 – will you be part of it?

Email [email protected] for your pack.


Coming to a town near you...

We are so lucky to have so many great supporters across our region and we would love to be able to travel to see you all! For now… we’re starting off with three celebrations where we hope you can pop along and join the team to mark the occasion. We will also have loads of information to share including how you can volunteer for us, fundraise, take part in an event, or make a donation. We’ll also have health engagement colleagues on hand to share guidance on the signs and symptoms of cancer.

  • Wednesday, 5th June, The Square, Shrewsbury (10am – 2pm)

  • Friday, 7th June, Powys Castle, Powys (10am -2pm)

  • Saturday, 15th June, Southwater, Telford (10am – 2pm)

Gin & Jazz


Join us in the private gardens of Shoothill House, Ford, for a day of music, food and drink. Thank you to Mr and Mrs Lloyd who have kindly donated the use of their grounds – previously part of the National Gardens Scheme programme.