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Nick's positive message after gruelling cancer journey

He has come through a battle with tongue cancer – and now Nick Anderson is keen to spread the word about the power of positivity as well as showing his support for a local cancer charity.

Father-of-three Nick is just glad to be alive after enduring a gruelling personal journey that has seen him re-evaluate life.

“This all started at the end of 2016 when I thought I had bitten my tongue very badly,” said Nick. “The pain got more and more intense over several weeks, and I was eventually referred to consultant oral maxillofacial surgeon Michael Bater.

Abseil down the Emirates Spinnaker Tower for Ark

Ark Cancer Centre Charity supporters who have a head for heights are being invited to abseil down an iconic Hampshire landmark and raise funds for the charity.

The ultimate Emirates Spinnaker Tower experience gives members of the public an opportunity to abseil down the side of the spectacular Portsmouth building.

Ark will be a winner at Rotary boxing night

A night of great sport in support of Ark Cancer Centre Charity and other good causes is coming to Basingstoke – and it will feature one of the oldest rivalries in sport.

Some of the best young English boxers will take on their Welsh counterparts at the 2018 International Boxing Tournament organised by The Rotary Club of Basingstoke Deane.

The Hampshire Court Hotel, in Chineham, will again be hosting the popular event which will take place on Friday, March 9.

Beaufort team's great investment of support for Ark

The dynamic team at a thriving financial firm have given timely support to Ark Cancer Centre Charity by adopting it as their Charity of the Year for 2018.

The team at Beaufort Financial chose World Cancer Day on February 4 to announce that they will once again be supporting Ark Cancer Centre Charity’s mission to raise £5million towards a trailblazing cancer treatment centre that will help and support people in the Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (HHFT) area.

Help Ark by recycling on World Cancer Day

February 4 is World Cancer Day – so what better day to do a small thing that will be a big help to Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Ark is hoping that local people will have a good sort out this weekend and recycle unwanted clothes and shoes in one of the charity's many branded recycling banks that are dotted in and around the Basingstoke area.

It's been 17 months since Ark became a charity partner with Bag It Up Ltd (BIU) – one of the UK’s leading clothing and textile recycling companies.

Champion Group will be 2018 Ark champions!

A well-known Basingstoke company will truly be championing Ark Cancer Centre Charity in 2018.

Over the coming year, the team at Champion Group will be taking part in various events and activities that will raise funds for, and awareness of, Ark and its appeal to provide £5million towards a much-needed unique local cancer treatment centre that will be built in the Basingstoke area.

50:50 Club Prizewinners January 2018

Congratulations to our first Prize Winners of 2018

1st Prize  - Clifford Whatmore

2nd Prize - Andrew Routledge

3rd Prize - Terri Reid

 

The 50/50 Club is great way to support Ark cancer Centre Charity while giving yourself the chance to win cash prizes.

It’s very simple. It costs £5 to enter the prize draw, but there’s no limit on how many entries you can make. The more entries, the more chance you will have of winning.

Basingstoke Deane Rotary deliver £10K boost for Ark

They are terrific supporters of Ark Cancer Centre Charity – and Basingstoke Deane Rotarians are celebrating delivering another fantastic five-figure boost to the charity’s £5million fundraising appeal.

On Sunday, January 28, the charity was one of the beneficiaries of this year’s annual Basingstoke Deane Rotary Club Charity Concert starring The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines Collingwood – and Rotary Club President Lindy Richardson was delighted to make a £10,000 presentation to Ark Cancer Centre Charity trustee Merv Rees.

Arkriders launch major 2018 fundraising event

So grateful to the wonderful Arkriders and fabulous Apollo Hotel for making this 'wow' event happen.

This will be a major fundraising event for Ark Cancer Centre Charity in 2018 and we look forward to welcoming past, present and new Ark supporters.

Tickets will sell fast so book early! https://lnkd.in/g3gtURx

Ark hits £500K match-funding target

Ark Cancer Centre Charity has hit a £500,000 match-funding target – a milestone achievement in the campaign to raise £5million towards a new cancer treatment centre.

The pledge of £500,000 of match-funding from Greenham Trust for Ark, through not-for-profit cloud platform The Good Exchange, has been a significant factor in the charity’s fundraising campaign as many fundraisers and donors have raised or given money, knowing Greenham will double the contribution.

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