Recent news from Big C! Have a read of our blog for some recent news and articles from your local cancer charity.

Month: May 2021

Homersfield Lake makes generous donation to Big C

May 21st, 2021

Big C were delighted to receive a very generous donation of £1,125 from Homersfield Lake this week. Homersfield Lake is a private membership fishing lake situated in the picturesque Suffolk village of Homersfield. The 35-acre lake is set in 70 acres of  landscaped grounds and is considered one of ... read more ->

Walking for Cancer

May 17th, 2021

21-year-old Adam Harvey and friend Thomas Davis-Smith are raising money for Big C and Parkinson’s UK, in memory of Adam’s father who died from bowel cancer, and Thomas’ grandmother who contracted Parkinson’s disease. The pair plan to walk a marathon on 5 June, inspired by their socially dist... read more ->

Inspire Races continue to support Big C during Covid-19

May 13th, 2021

Despite an extremely tough year for the events industry, this week long-term supporters of Big C, Inspire Races, donated a further £423.78 to the cancer support charity. Inspire Races are a local Norfolk based company who specialise in organising outdoor sports events. They have supported Big C for... read more ->

Buy Local Norfolk raise funds for Big C with a virtual quiz night

May 13th, 2021

On Friday 7th May Buy Local Norfolk held a Virtual Quiz Night to raise funds for Norfolk based cancer charity, Big C. The event which was hosted by Epic Event Hire and kindly sponsored by Abacus Accountancy raised £155 for Big C thanks to donations made by those who took part. Tom Holmes, Events an... read more ->

Kim’s Colour 5K in memory of partner Jon

May 7th, 2021

Kim Martins and her daughter Jess are raising funds for Big C by taking part in Big C’s Colour 5K this year. Kim Said: “The challenge our group is taking on is the Norwich Colour 5K on 3rd July 2021 in memory of my dear partner Jon Chapman, aged 55. “Jon was diagnosed with cancer a... read more ->

Call out for study participants – Help in COVID Study

May 5th, 2021

During COVID-19 lockdowns in England, people have been asked to stay at home, with rapid changes in healthcare access. A&E departments and GP surgeries have seen significantly fewer people, leading to concerns that people are not seeking help when needed. Late diagnoses of serious conditions, li... read more ->