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.

Bison and Zizzi serve up boost for Ark

BASINGSTOKE Bison players, fans and the team at Zizzi Restaurant have delivered a fundraising boost to Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Long-time Bison sponsors Zizzi opened their doors to Bison fans on Wednesday, November 2, for the latest of their popular nights which saw some of the Herd acting as waiters for the evening.

Bison head coach Doug Sheppard and several members of the team were on hand to serve, and chat to, some of the loyal fans of the Herd who came along to the Top of The Town restaurant.

Half-marathon runners go the extra mile

It was a great day with some wonderful people - a big thank-you to all our Ark Cancer Centre Charity supporters who ran in yesterday's Destination Basingstoke Phillips Half-Marathon.

There were familiar faces and some new recruits in the charity's 2016 team - and all of them, and their supporters, have made a difference to the charity's £5million fundraising campaign.

London Clancy team pull in the pounds

They wanted to do something to make a difference – and by piling on the miles, the team at London Clancy have succeeded in blazing a trail for two good causes.

Step Up 4 Good

Match-funding support from Greenham Common Trust (GCT) is key to the success of Ark Cancer Centre Charity's campaign to raise £5million towards a unique local cancer treatment centre.

GCT is providing match-funding support up to £500,000, and many Ark Cancer Centre Charity supporters have channelled their donations through this portal.

Cyclists are cancer centre Champions!

A team of fundraisers are cancer charity champions after completing a cycling challenge in support of a £5million fundraising campaign.

The 24-strong Team Champion The Wacky Riders were among thousands of cyclists who took part in Bike 4 Cancer’s 58-mile London to Brighton bike ride on Sunday.

The cyclists were all raising money for Ark Cancer Centre Charity, which is helping to fund a unique local cancer treatment centre in the Basingstoke area – and the fantastic fundraisers, and their supporters, have really made a big difference to the charity’s £5m appeal.

Ed and Amie pile on the miles

The dynamic duo of Ed Lowman and Amie Frayne are celebrating after completing the first half of a long-distance running double in support of Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

On Sunday, Ed and Amie took part in the New Forest Marathon - crossing the finish line in just over four hours.

Ed and his girlfriend won't be resting on their laurels though, and in just over two weeks, the pair will be piling on the miles for the charity in the Bournemouth Half-Marathon on October 2.


JOGLE16 riders raise more than £47,000

An awesome team of cyclists are celebrating after completing a mammoth challenge and smashing a £20,000 fundraising target.

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.


Are you up for a great run?

‘Come on board and join the Ark2016 team’ – that’s the rallying call from Mark Jones, who is looking for recruits for the Destination Basingstoke Phillips Half-Marathon.