Cosmic Fundraiser Supports North West Cancer Research

Wednesday, 24th May 2017 | General | 0 comments

Garden party revellers at one of Liverpool's top music venues, Constellations have raised £1,100 for North West Cancer Research. 

Hundreds of people turned up to Constellations to see local talent including No Fakin', Mr Jonze, Pooky, Danny Fitzgerald, Autocycle, Radio Exotica, The Mixnots, Elliot Hutchinson and Andy James – a veritable mix of Funk, Soul, Jazz, Latin, Boogaloo and Hip Hop wax.

Researchers from the North West Cancer Research Institute at the University of Liverpool, brought some science to the day with experiments for the young and old, including how to extract DNA from strawberries and designing your own DNA bracelet.

Funding Liverpool cancer research

All money raised on the day has been donated to North West Cancer Research, which has committed to funding £13million worth of research over the next five years. 

Andrew James, organiser of the Cosmic Jam, said: “It was great to see so many people come along, enjoy good music and company and most importantly raise money for North West Cancer Research.

“It was a fun event for all the family, but with a bigger message on the importance of supporting cancer research.

You can support North West Cancer Research in a varierty of ways including holding your own fundraising events or making a one-off donation. 

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