Fundraising

Susie is on top of the world after Himalayan trek

Super Susie Webster has reached new heights for Ark Cancer Centre Charity after completing an awesome Himalayan trekking challenge.

Mother-of-three Susie was part of a 15-strong group who last month hiked through the Solu Khumba in Nepal, from Lukla to Renjo La Pass – walking between six and eight hours a day at altitude in testing conditions.

Choirs are on song for Ark

Two choirs teamed up for an Autumn Concert that raised £1,000 for Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Basingstoke Male Voice Choir (BMVC) and Four Lanes Male Choir, from Cornwall, performed a range of songs at the concert which took place at the United Reformed Church, in London Street.

Around 100 people attended the concert, and the donation to Ark came from the proceeds of ticket sales.

BMVC are currently looking for new members. The choir rehearses on Tuesday evenings at the United Reformed Church. For more information, go to basingstokemvc.org.uk.

Spooktacular Hallowe'en support for Ark

Thanks to our spooktacular supporters who put on a feast of Hallowe'en fundraising events to raise further funds for, and awareness of, Ark Cancer Centre Charity's £5million appeal to help fund a much-needed Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust cancer treatment centre.

Ark Our Partner business supporters Clarke & Son Solicitors and De La Rue, and Ark supporters in the Basingstoke police team and at the Arena building on Basing View all got into the fundraising spirit on the spookiest day of the year.

Thanks to everyone for your frightfully good support!

Super Susie reaches high point on Everest hike for Ark

She was determined to rise to a big personal challenge – and now super Susie Webster has reached a high point on her ambitious Everest hike.

Less than two years after undergoing treatment for breast cancer, 60-year-old Susie is taking part in a challenging fundraising hike to Everest because she wants to prove that there are no limits to what cancer survivors can do.

N-ice result for Ark at Bison and Zizzi Charity Night

It was a very n-ice result for Ark Cancer Centre Charity as generous fans of the Trane-sponsored Basingstoke Bison turned out in force to support a special evening at a long-standing sponsor of the Herd.

Fans had the pleasure of being waited on by the Herd’s ice hockey stars as the Bison players and Zizzi restaurant staff teamed up for the first of two charity evenings at Zizzi in London Street, Basingstoke.

Jackie is on a mission to be Ark's queen of the jungle

Charity champion Jackie Wicks is on a mission to conquer a jungle challenge and raise a four-figure sum as she embarks on her latest fundraising adventure in support of a good cause.

From November 2-10, Jackie will be taking part in the Dream Challenges Britain V Cancer quest which will see a group of people trek through stunning jungles and traditional Cambodian villages on route to a spectacular finish line at the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat.

FedsOnLegs complete a hat-trick for Ark

They’ve done it – the fabulous FedsOnLegs have completed a hat-trick of Great South Runs in support of Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

In 2016 and 2017, three Basingstoke police officers piled on the miles as they took part in the Simplyhealth Great South Run in support of Ark Cancer Centre Charity's £5million appeal – and on Sunday, the team went on the run again at the 2018 event.

Arkriders saddle up for 2019 Twin Towns Tour

They are Ark Cancer Centre Charity legends - and now the fabulous Arkriders are gearing up for the next chapter of their fundraising journey.

Since 2016, the Arkriders have raised more than £216,000 for Ark's £5million appeal that will help to fund the much-needed new NHS cancer treatment centre at Basingstoke hospital.

The Arkriders have travelled from John O'Groats to Land's End, London to Brighton, Basingstoke to Paris, and Basingstoke to Bournemouth, clocking up the miles and the pounds.

Feds on Legs gear up for Great South Run

The fabulous FedsOnLegs are gearing up for a hat-trick of Great South Runs in support of Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

In 2016 and 2017, 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 - and now the team are going on the run again in 2018.

This year, Trevor Taylor and Aiden Blackwell will be joined by their colleagues Christian Reid Milligan and PCSO Rich Green as they join thousands of runners completing the 10-mile course on Sunday, October 21

Super Susie takes on Everest hike for Ark

Susie Webster is an amazing lady. Less than two years after undergoing treatment for breast cancer, she is gearing up for a challenging fundraising hike to Everest because she wants to prove that there are no limits to what cancer survivors can do.

This weekend, mother-of-three Susie will join a group who will hike through the Solu Khumba in Nepal, from Lukla to above Everest Base Camp – walking between four and eight hours a day at altitude in testing conditions.

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