A hair-raising charity challenge by an ambitious Llandysul woman aims to raise £1,500 for Cancer Research Wales. Gwen Reeves, community support worker at Canolfan Steffan in Lampeter, is going to shave off her hair. . . . .
A Cardiff businesswoman is preparing for a ten-day trek through one of Peru’s most famous landmarks in support of Cancer Research Wales. Michelle Collingwood will tackle the 550-year-old Inca citadel of Macchu Picchu in. . . . .
An ambitious Conwy hiker is preparing to hike over 2,000 miles across the American wilderness, raising funds and awareness for Cancer Research Wales. 52-year-old Gordon Biggerstaff, who lives in Llandudno, is an experienced hiker. . . . .
Cancer Research Wales, official charity partner of British Military Fitness since 2011, is seeking athletic volunteers to do something for Wales this St David’s Day. Wales’ indigenous cancer charity is seeking supporters from the. . . . .
As wedding season approaches, Wales’ indigenous cancer charity needs your help to give a Welsh bride the dress of her dreams. Cancer Research Wales is appealing for kind-hearted brides to donate their wedding dresses. . . . .
Toby Helman, from Tregaron, will tackle nine physical challenges over an intensive period of nine months to raise money for Wales’ indigenous cancer charity. To help Toby raise awareness of his extreme fundraising efforts,. . . . .
Four friends from Tonyrefail have raised an incredible £1,000 for Cancer Research Wales through sales of their handmade patchwork bags and accessories. Maenwyn Evans, Gladys Mounter, Elizabeth Tarling and Moyra Middleton made and sold. . . . .
The Cardiff Parc Thistle Hotel has announced that Cancer Research Wales is to become its official charity partner for the next 12 months. Throughout the year, staff and guests at Cardiff’s Parc Hotel will be encouraged to take. . . . .
Wales’ biggest estate agency Peter Alan has announced that Cancer Research Wales is to become its official charity partner for the next 12 months. Highlight events planned for 2014 include the Cardiff Half Marathon in October. . . . .
Longstanding Cancer Research Wales supporter Sue Hughes, from Neath Port Talbot, has cut off her 22” long hair in memory of her daughter. Sue’s 17-year-old daughter Amy tragically died from a brain tumour in. . . . .