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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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Burscough committee invites you to a Christmas Sequence Dance, in memory of Mrs Margaret and Mr Alan Wooden.
North West Cancer Research's South Cheshire Committee invites you to a Festive Christmas Fair and Fun Morning.
North West Cancer Research's Southport committee invites you to a Christmas Coffee and Mince Pie Morning.
North West Cancer Research invites you to our Christmas Concert for a Cure.
Aughton Committee invites you to a Christmas Coffee Morning.
We have arranged a FREE Will Clinic at the North West Cancer Research Centre on 24 November.
A leisure centre owner is calling upon local keep fit enthusiasts to join forces and fulfil a series of swimming, walking and cycling challenges, to raise money for lifesaving cancer research.
A team of local fundraisers has raised a record-breaking £35,000 for our life-saving research – more than doubling last year’s fundraising totals.
A national legacy and estates solicitors has partnered with us to host a free Will writing clinic in Liverpool for one day only.
More than 2,500 people got into the Christmas spirit this month at the annual Wirral Bazaar fundraiser.
Our Mold-based fundraising committee have raised £32,100 over the last 12 months to support life-saving cancer research projects, based at Bangor University.