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It's a super Saturday for Ark

It was a super Saturday for Ark Cancer Centre Charity as thousands of pounds were added to the £5million fundraising campaign.

A busy day for the charity saw funds being raised at a Basingstoke RFC sponsors lunch, the annual Hampshire Hospitals Pantomime Players show, and a special charity concert starring a Blondie tribute band.

Just a month to go before Atomic Rapture rock the Apollo

They are a great tribute band - and now Atomic Rapture are set to perform Blondie classics at a special charity night that will help Ark.

Saturday, January 13, 2018 is the date for the diary as Atomic Rapture perform live at the Apollo Hotel in Basingstoke.

A night of fabulous music is in store for everyone who comes along to the concert, which will raise funds for Ark and Help For Heroes - two charities that are supported by drummer Dave Taylor and colleagues at leading Basingstoke-based company Centerprise International.

Atomic Rapture to perform Blondie classics for Ark

They are a great tribute band - and now Atomic Rapture are set to perform Blondie classics at a special charity night that will help Ark.

Saturday, January 13, 2018 is the date for the diary as Atomic Rapture perform live at the Apollo Hotel in Basingstoke.

A night of fabulous music is in store for everyone who comes along to the concert, which will raise funds for Ark and Help For Heroes - two charities that are supported by drummer Dave Taylor and colleagues at leading Basingstoke-based company Centerprise International.

Great show of support from Centerprise

They pledged to pull in the pounds to boost a cancer centre charity’s £5million appeal – and the team at Centerprise International have truly delivered a first-class result.

Staff at the award-winning Basingstoke-based IT company, based on the Hampshire International Business Park, in Chineham, vowed to use their fundraising muscle to support three charities during 2016, including Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Centerprise support reaches new heights

A GROUP of staff from Centerprise International have reached a new high point in their fundraising for Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Twelve fundraisers reached the summit of Snowden as part of their ongoing efforts to pull in the pounds for the charity and two other good causes.

So take a bow Maria Agozzino, David Taylor, Phil Boyes, Jon Elliot, Eddie Standon, Margarite Lewis, Ben Whitaker, Garry Stevens, Tim Eagle, Jeremy Nash, and Tom and Donna May.

Centerprise key to Music in The Garden success

Music in a magnificent setting and a fabulous set of auction and raffle prizes – including one from this year’s BBC MasterChef winner – were a recipe for a fundraising success for a local cancer centre charity.

 

A bald new look for Christmas

Finance guru Sharon Allen went for a bold new bald look for Christmas – and it’s really paid off as she has raised thousands of pounds for Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Sharon is Group Finance Director at award-winning Basingstoke-based Centerprise International, and she and colleagues have pledged to use their fundraising muscle to support three charities over the next 12 months.

To get the fundraising ball rolling specifically for Ark Cancer Centre Charity, Sharon decided to lose her locks in time for Christmas – and her brave feat has paid dividends.