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We’re the only independent cancer research charity not afraid to take on some of the toughest forms of the disease in North West England and North Wales so we can save loved ones. We do this by seeking the smartest people and the best research projects so we can overcome cancer as soon as possible.
Abby Harding was inspired to raise money for NWCR by her mum Eileen’s brave battle with cancer.
Sunday, March 6, 2016, was an extra-special Mother’s Day for NWCR fundraiser Abby Harding.
“You can see where the money goes, literally, as we are often invited to visit research labs”
After surviving her own experience of cancer, fundraiser Jayne Dickson is now channelling her energy and enthusiasm into helping NWCR defeat the disease.
“The money that we raise stays here in the North West and NWCR keeps its overheads as low as they possibly can. That’s a really big pull for me”
A terrifying close encounter with cancer first alerted Olive Cutts to the important work of North West Cancer Research some 40 years ago.
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Join our Tywyn and District Committee for their coffee morning on Saturday 27 August
Join our Neston Committee for Ploughman's Lunch on Thursday 13 October 2016.
A fundraising group from Hawarden has raised £2,450 for cancer research projects in North Wales.
A group of young Liverpool fundraisers is out to prove that age is no barrier when it comes to getting involved with charity fundraising.
Liverpool-based North West Cancer Research has announced that it will provide an additional £902,816 worth of funding as part of its latest drive to boost lifesaving cancer research in the city.
Hundreds of people turned out to enjoy an afternoon of sun, music and fundraising at Liverpool's Kazimier Garden.