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BTRC's very special Christmas Celebration - join in person or on line!

Join us for this year’s very special live carol concert  and enjoy the uplifting music provided by All Saints Choir and harpist Les Magee, plus seasonal readings from our celebrity supporters, followed by some delicious “bubbles and bites” in the festively decorated setting at All Saints, Fulham. Terms and conditions: Held under strict Covid-compliant, socially-distanced…

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Save the date for our annual Christmas Celebration 17th December

Please join us for our Covid-safe Christmas Celebration at All Saints, Fulham on Thursday 17th December at 7.30 pm FULL DETAILS TO FOLLOW- WATCH THIS SPACE!

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Order BTRC Christmas cards now

NEW FOR 2020 – TEA TOWELS  2 exclusive Jean Bird designs (Four Calling Birds & Seven Swans a Swimming) Price £8.50 each  (Order tea towels by 5th November to receive mid December 2020) Christmas cards – 6 exclusive designs  Price:  £6.00 per pack Cards come in packs of 10 (one design) with envelopes. Card size 150 x…

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BTRC lab team strong showing at BNOS

BTRC’s Chairman Kevin O’Neill and the team from the John Fulcher Neuro-Oncology Lab, led by Dr Nelofer Syed, were out in force at BNOS 2019, presenting posters and talks on their work in the laboratory at Imperial College.  BTRC Trustee Dr Matthew Williams and his clinical team also had a strong presence. In total the…

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16th Amber Ball makes a record £53,000

BTRC’s generous supporters helped swell the charity’s coffers by a staggering £53,000 at the 16th Amber Ball on 14th June What a night! The sparkling array of Amber Ball guests revelled in the magnificence of the Dorchester Hotel Ballroom. As always, the hotel pulled out all the stops, serving free-flowing champagne and a scrumptious menu. …

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Campaigning

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BTRC’s advocacy and campaigning activities are carried out by its trustees, patients and their families and friends, as well as members of its scientific team.

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Social Media

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Patients and their families and friends are some of our most effective and compelling advocates.  They raise awareness of the devastating effects of brain tumours and the urgent need for funding through blogs, Facebook, Twitter and other channels.

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