Upcoming Events

Show of support from Live 2 Dance Academy

Live 2 Dance Academy’s 2018 showcase event will also be a great show of support for Ark Cancer Centre Charity.

Ark will receive a share of the profits from ticket sales to the group’s Live 2 Dance 2018 show which will take place at the Haymarket Theatre, in Basingstoke, on Saturday, July 28 at 7.30pm.

It will be a wonderfully entertaining evening as the cast members, whose age range spans five to 50, take to the stage and perform a great variety of music and dance styles.

More 'Stoke support for Ark

Ark Cancer Centre Charity is proud to be the 2016-17 charity of the year of Basingstoke RFC President Dr Steve Tristram - and the club members and supporters continue to deliver great support to the good cause.

Last month, generous members and guests at the club's Burns' Lunch, which was sponsored by Basingstoke Audi, raised £700 which will be donated to the charity - and the even better news is that the sum will be doubled as it is being paid into The Good Exchange portal which is supported by Greenham Common Trust match-funding.

Ark is proud to be Sitting With Jane charity partner

Ark Cancer Centre Charity is proud to be the charity partner for Sitting With Jane – one of the most high-profile projects in a milestone year of events that will celebrate the life of Jane Austen.

Sitting With Jane will be among the showcase projects in Hampshire as the county hosts a series of events and activities to mark the 200th anniversary of the death of the world-famous author, who spent the first 25 years of her life in Steventon near Basingstoke.

Mayor's Charity Concert 2016

Saturday 5th March 2016

Tickets are now available for a special concert in aid of The Mayor’s Charity Appeal, starring the fabulous Clive Fortune Big Band and Basingstoke soul sensation Natasha Watts, who has recently supported Motown legend Gladys Knight on her British tour.

All profits will support The Mayor’s Charity Appeal in aid of three good causes in Basingstoke and Deane – Ark Cancer Centre Charity, Inspero and Basingstoke Multicultural Forum.