News & Events

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UK government petitoned for more brain tumour research funding

BTRC founder Wendy Fulcher is among more than 112,000 people affected by brain tumours, who are demanding action from the Government to fund research to help find a cure. Wendy, a founding member of national charity Brain Tumour Research, is backing a petition calling for increased investment into scientific research to bring parity of funding…

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Get active and raise funds for BTRC

Get involved in our 5k challenge next month –  5kMay Participate in a 5k (run, walk, hop, roll), donate £5 to BTRC & nominate 5 friends to take part! After donating you’ll unlock an exciting goodie bag! Sign up as a team or by yourself #5kMay #RunForHeroes

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Declutter to raise funds for BTRC

  WE WANT YOUR STUFF!! Are you having a Spring clean this year?  Do you have unwanted items and don’t know what to do with them?  Recycling for Good Causes helps us raise much needed funds by recycling donated items that are no longer of use.   Here’s where YOU can help raise funds for BTRC by sending…

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Wear A Hat Day - 26 March 2021

March has for some years been designated Brain Tumour Awareness Month in the UK – it serves as an opportunity to remember those we have lost to a brain tumour, as well as supporting and cherishing those living with a brain tumour; a time to raise awareness of the desperate need for more funding into…

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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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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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