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Play netball and help Ark

We are looking for teams to take part in a Mixed Sex Versatility Netball Tournament that will raise funds for Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Taking place on Saturday, April 28 at Russell Howard Park, in Pinkerton Road, Basingstoke, from 10am to 4pm, teams will have fun and raise funds for the good cause.

Each team can have a minimum of seven members and a maximum of 10, including subs.

The cost of taking part is £40 a team, or £5 for individuals.

Anyone aged 16 and over can take part, and there will be a trophy for the winning team.

Memorable Rotary concert raises £6K for Ark

An award-winning Belgian choir delivered a spectacular performance at a Rotary-organised concert – delighting a packed church and resulting in a £6,000 boost to Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

All Saints Church in Odiham was the splendid setting for the concert by the internationally-renowned Lyricanto Choir on Saturday, November 4.

The special event was organised by The Rotary Club of Odiham and Hook and The Rotary Club of Colfontaine-Borinage in Belgium. Rotarian and accomplished organist Jean-Michel Sapin was one of the key figures in bringing the choir to Odiham.

Hospital panto players' show of support for Ark

It's nearly pantomime season - oh yes it is - and this year, Ark Cancer Centre Charity is proud to be one of the chosen charities that the wonderful Hampshire Hospitals Pantomime Players (HHPP) will be supporting.

Ark, North Hampshire Medical Fund, and The Pink Place will all benefit from this year's HHPP panto - and, as ever, it's set to be a fun, entertaining and memorable show.

Male voice choirs team up to support Ark

Basingstoke Hospital Male Voice Choir (BHMVC) and Hart Male Voice Choir are set to deliver an Autumnal boost for Ark Cancer Centre Charity by performing at a special joint concert.

All Saints’ Church, in Southern Road, Basingstoke, will be the venue for the charity concert on the evening of Wednesday, November 15 – and everyone who comes along is in for a marvellous musical feast.

50:50 Club October 2017 Prizewinners

The 50/50 Club is the Ark Cancer Centre Charities monthly prize draw. Just £5.00 buys your monthly entry into the draw, and you can buy as many tickets as you like.

Why not contact us to find out more and join the 50:50 Club for 2018?

Contact - info@arkcancercharity.org.uk

 

The Winners for October are:

 

1st Prize  - Neil Henke

 

2nd prize - Peter Murphy

 

3rd Prize - Nick Ward

 

Beaufort Financial quiz delivers boost for Ark

They are great Our Partner supporters of Ark Cancer Centre Charity – and now the team at Beaufort Financial have delivered another boost to the good cause by organising a successful Charity Quiz Night.

The Tea Bar in London Street, Basingstoke, was the venue for the latest fundraiser, and 12 teams from various local businesses took part.

Bison and Zizzi serve up treat for fans and Ark

Sherfield School Basingstoke Bison players are set to serve up a treat for fans of the Herd and a fundraising boost for Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Long-time Bison sponsor Zizzi will be opening their doors to Bison fans on Wednesday, November 8 for the first of three charity nights which will see some of the Herd become waiters for the evening. 

Bison head coach Doug Sheppard and several members of the team will be on hand to serve, and chat to, the diners who come along to the popular Top of The Town restaurant in Basingstoke.

Belgian choir and Rotary on song for Ark

A special concert by an award-winning Belgian choir will deliver some Autumnal musical magic to Odiham and boost the coffers of a charity helping to fund a much-needed local cancer treatment centre.

All Saints’ Church in Odiham will be the splendid setting for the concert of popular and light classical music by internationally-renowned Belgian choir Lyricanto.

This special event has been organised by The Rotary Club of Odiham and Hook and is being generously sponsored by The Rotary Club of Colfontaine-Borinage in Belgium.

FedsOnLegs go the extra mile - or 10 - for Ark

The fabulous FedsOnLegs have done it again!

On Sunday, October 22, three Basingstoke police officers piled on the miles as they took part in the Great South Run in support of Ark Cancer Centre Charity's £5million appeal.

It’s the second year running that Inspector Paul Pressley, Sergeant Trevor Taylor and PC Aiden Blackwell have pulled on their running shoes to support the charity – and they were among the thousands of runners to complete the 10-mile course in support of a good cause.

FedsOnLegs take on Great South Run for Ark

They are the fabulous FedsOnLegs – and on Sunday, October 22, three Basingstoke police officers will be piling on the miles as they take part in the Great South Run in support of Ark Cancer Centre Charity's £5million appeal.

It’s the second year running that Inspector Paul Pressley, Sergeant Trevor Taylor and PC Aiden Blackwell have pulled on their running shoes to support the charity – and this year, they are hoping to hit a £500 target for the good cause.

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