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Great result from a Truly beautiful relationship

It's been a beautiful relationship – and the team at booming business Truly Scrumptious Beauty Salons are celebrating after making a big difference to their charity of the year.

The thriving chain, which has salons in five north Hampshire towns, has been supporting Ark Cancer Centre Charity throughout 2016, and the husband-and-wife team who are the driving forces behind the business have now handed over a cheque for £15,000.

Football club's festive support for good causes

'Tis the season for Christmas carols - and Ark Cancer Centre Charity is delighted to be one of the charities that will benefit from a special carol service at Basingstoke Town Football Club.

The Social Club at the Ark Cancer Charity Stadium will be the venue for the festive event which is taking place on the evening of Monday, December 19.

Liza boldly prepares to go bald

SAY hello to Liza Nightingale - a lovely lady who is boldly going to go bald to raise funds for Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Two years ago, Liza, who works at the Candover Clinic at Basingstoke hospital, was disagnosed with breast cancer. Thankfully, it was found early, she was treated, and she's fit and well.

Liza's experience has prompted her to do something to help Ark's £5million fundraising appeal - and she has decided to make a very visible show of support by losing her lovely locks at a sponsored head shave.#

Great show of support from Centerprise

They pledged to pull in the pounds to boost a cancer centre charity’s £5million appeal – and the team at Centerprise International have truly delivered a first-class result.

Staff at the award-winning Basingstoke-based IT company, based on the Hampshire International Business Park, in Chineham, vowed to use their fundraising muscle to support three charities during 2016, including Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Bison and Zizzi serve up boost for Ark

BASINGSTOKE Bison players, fans and the team at Zizzi Restaurant have delivered a fundraising boost to Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Long-time Bison sponsors Zizzi opened their doors to Bison fans on Wednesday, November 2, for the latest of their popular nights which saw some of the Herd acting as waiters for the evening.

Bison head coach Doug Sheppard and several members of the team were on hand to serve, and chat to, some of the loyal fans of the Herd who came along to the Top of The Town restaurant.

Basingstoke Bison at Zizzi - Wednesday, November 2

BASINGSTOKE Bison and Ark Cancer Centre Charity supporters can give the charity's £5million fundraising appeal a boost tomorrow night by coming along to a special evening at Zizzi.

Long-time Bison sponsors Zizzi are opening their doors to Bison fans on Wednesday, November 2, for yet another one of their popular nights which will see some of the Herd acting as waiters for the evening.

The evening will raise funds for Ark Cancer Centre Charity, which is proud to be one of the Bison's community partners.

Bison and Zizzi come together for Ark Cancer Charity

 

Next Wednesday night will be yet another great opportunity for the Sherfield School Basingstoke Bison community to come together, as we play host to a very special night featuring two of our great partners.

Long-time sponsors Zizzi are opening their doors to Bison fans on Wednesday 2nd November, for yet another one of their popular nights which will see some of the Herd acting as waiters for the evening.

Team Champion riders raise more than £40k

There were cheers and beers as a team of charity cyclists celebrated a marvellous fundraising feat in support of Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

The 24-strong Team Champion The Wacky Riders were among thousands of cyclists who took part in Bike 4 Cancer’s 58-mile London to Brighton bike ride on September 11.

The cyclists were all raising money for the charity’s £5million appeal.

It was hoped that the total would hit £30,000 – but at a get-together to celebrate the success of the fundraising event, it was revealed that the final total has in fact topped £40,000.  

Basingstoke MP puts spotlight on cancer centre plans

Basingstoke MP Maria Miller has put the spotlight on what she says is the need for timely direction on plans for the proposed new critical treatment hospital and cancer treatment centre.

NHS England is currently finalising “Sustainability and Transformation Plans” (STPs) across all regions, designed to address local health and care issues.

50:50 Club October Prizewinners

Thank you to everyone who has become a member of the 50:50 Club, making a regular donation to the Charity with the added bonus of having a chance to win a prize every month. Check here every month to find out who has won. (All winners will be notified by post)

This month's prizewinners are:

1st Prize -   Mary Elizabeth Springer
2nd Prize -  Sheila M Farrelly
3rd Prize -   Inge M Hunter

Congratulations to the winners and good luck to everyone next month.

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