Social Media

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.

You can find BTRC on:

Facebook
Twitter

hands-woman-laptop-notebook_btrc

Latest from our Facebook page

Something to watch on BB2 on Wednesday 17th May - "A Time to Live": award-winning Sue Bourne filmed 12 terminally ill people (including one brain tumour patient) who told their stories. In each case, they focused on living not dying, and - hard though it is to believe, they all had positive things to say. For those of us touched by brain tumours, it will surely be an emotional - but hopefully uplifting - experience to watch it. Here at BTRC we shall remember Anna Swabey, who was due to take part in the filming last year, but sadly it was not to be.
www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/proginfo/2017/20/a-time-to-live
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Huge thanks and wishing good luck to all the riders who are supporting our campaign. Please support them in Anna's memory ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

On Monday we attended Chirst Church Southgate's annual May Day Fair for the 14th year running! Despite the occasional shower, the fair was a huge success and well-attended by the Southgate community. We were thrilled to raise a record amount at our tombola stall - £700! Thanks to everyone who came along and supported us - and thanks to the organisers for inviting us to join them since 2004! ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook