Posts tagged with ‘Children’s Brain Tumour Research’

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Up for a cycling challenge?

Join our University of Nottingham cycle team this May and take on one of England’s greatest […]

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Book and bake sale

Bring along or buy cakes and books, network with colleagues and support the Nottingham Life Cycle 7 Impact campaign.

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Life Cycle 7 – support our children’s brain tumour research

Families affected by childhood cancer joined forces to launch a new fundraising campaign celebrating 20 years […]

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Small Change Big Impact supports dementia research

Small Change: Big Impact – which enables University staff to donate a few pence from their […]

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Life Cycle keeps turning for Steve

When the veteran of three Life Cycles and dozens of marathons – including an epic run […]

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May Fest’s day of wonders

Thousands of visitors descended on University Park for May Fest, Nottingham’s open day for the community. […]

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Daniel Rodriguez and Lili raising money for Lifecycle 4

A tale of two bikes

Potholes, punctures, wild dogs and heatstroke — staff cyclists are braving it all as they pedal […]

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Impact: Our achievement

The Impact campaign has raised £100m in just two years and is now more than two thirds of the way towards its target.

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Professor sticks his oar in

Hurtling along the Thames in the dead of night is not everyone’s idea of a good time. But that’s exactly what Professor Kevin Shakesheff is doing to raise money for Children’s Brain Tumour Research (CBTR).

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