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50:50 Club April 2021 Prizewinners

Congratulations to the winners for April - We hope that this brightened your month.

1st Prizewinner      A Routledge

2nd Prizewinner    K Kiernan

3rd Prizewinner    M Underdown

Wishing everyone good luck for the May draw!

Rotary bookbench installed at Ark-funded centre

IT’S a beautiful work of art and a symbol of the superb support from local Rotarians for Ark Cancer Centre Charity – and now the ‘Jane Talk’ bookbench has been installed as a key feature of the new wellbeing centre.

Cancer patients and their loved ones will be able to see the wonderful bookbench when they visit the Ark-funded centre in the Radiotherapy Unit at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital.

Debbie takes on landmark walk for Ark

SHE is one of Ark Cancer Centre Charity’s greatest supporters – and now Debbie Loveridge is really going the extra mile, and then some, to help raise funds for the good cause.

Debbie has been fundraising and volunteering for Ark – which is raising £5million to help Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (HHFT) colleagues deliver supportive care and complementary therapies for cancer patients and their loved ones – for more than six years.

Ark-funded garden springs into life at wellbeing centre

A HAVEN of calm and colour – this is the inspirational and uplifting garden environment that has been created for cancer patients and their loved ones at a new wellbeing centre.

In just a few weeks, the interior and exterior garden areas of the Ark Cancer Centre Charity-funded wellbeing centre at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital have been transformed into beautifully landscaped areas.

50:50 Club March 2021 Prizewinners

Our lucky Spring prizewinners are:

1st Prize       Ms L Hurry

2nd Prize     Mr A Chuter

3rd Prize      Mr & Mrs Ogus

 

Congratulations to all of our winners.  

Should you wish to join our 50:50 club please contact us and we can send you the form to complete for your bank.

Golf club captain Malcolm tees up support for Ark

MARCH 29 is a red letter day for golfers as the next phase of lockdown restrictions easing allows them to get out on the course again – and one Basingstoke player is looking forward to proudly flying the flag for Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Malcolm Leavey has been inaugurated as Basingstoke Golf Club Men’s Captain for 2021-22, and he has chosen to support Ark as one of his two charities for the next 12 months.

Cancer Services Partnership

Cancer Services Partnership is an unregistered small charity run by and for people affected by cancer, working across the whole of the Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, covering Andover, Basingstoke and Winchester hospitals.

We bring together patients, their families and carers to enable their views and experiences to be heard and used to improve cancer care, with our key HHFT and hospital partners, representatives of relevant charities and support groups.

50:50 Club February 2021 Prizewinners

February Prizewinner are:

1st Prize        Mr & Mrs Dougal

2nd Prize       Mr & Mrs Bigg

3rd Prize        Mr N Ward

 

Thank you all for your entries and support this month and we wish you well for March.

Team Whiteoaks step up to Ark challenge

THE team at Ark Our Partner supporter Whiteoaks International have really stepped up to the plate when it comes to supporting the charity.

Whiteoaks International, the number one tech PR agency outside London, has raised £1,000 for Ark Cancer Charity after colleagues clocked up more than nine million steps in February.

The Whiteoaks International Step Challenge saw 43 staff, family and even pets getting involved to reach the target in just 28 days — completing 9,377,160 steps and a distance of nearly 5,000 miles.

Art for Ark's sake is a big draw

TWO Ark Cancer Centre Charity supporters teamed up for a great competition that resulted in an artistic treat for a lucky winner and two runners-up as well as a lockdown fundraising boost for the charity.

Laura Haystaff, owner of Ark Our Partner supporter The Topiary Salon, which has premises in Old Basing and Kingsclere Road, Basingstoke, and Basingstoke-based artist Sian Storey  organised the event which saw main winner Harry Coomber become the proud owner of Sian’s lovely painting ‘Kindred’.

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