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DONATIONS & LEGACIES

Thank you for all the wonderful donations we have received since February. Just a snapshot of who these wonderful people are: ShareGift for a further donation of £1,000. ShareGift works in a unique way, collecting and selling unwanted small holdings of shares to...

VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL

We are very pleased to report that Valley Primary School are making great progress with their Guinness World record attempt and have now made over 22,000 Pom Poms to date! During the February and Easter breaks, the school held Pom Pom masterclasses in The Glades which...

JAGUAR ENTUSIASTS CLUB

Supporters The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club are inviting Club members and CCT supporters to their annual garden party on Saturday 1st June. Hosts Geoff and Lesley Waterman are holding it, once more, in their infamous party barn! A fantastic afternoon of music, song,...

HEALTHCARE

Chronic myeloid leukaemia Chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) is a type of cancer that affects the white blood cells and tends to progress slowly over many years. CML can occur at any age, but is most common in older adults around 60-65 years of age. In CML, the spongy...

FLIGHTS

The Chartwell Cancer Trust are delighted to have been offered the following nine flights for Silent Auction prizes at our various charity events. 3 trips of 2 people in de Havilland Dragonfly G-AEDU (The Duchess) 3 trips of 1 person in Socata TB20 Trinidad G-OALD 3...

DISEASE PREVENTION & WELLBEING

Recent evidence by Plant-Based Health Professionals UK, whose aim is to provide evidence-based recommendations for public policy on nutrition, diet and lifestyle, has shown that plant-based diets and the removal of processed red meats lowers the risk of contracting...

SOPHIE’S WISH

We are pleased that our oncology families are starting to use ‘Sophie’s Wish’ Lodge, on the Isle of Wight, especially now that the weather is getting warmer. Two families visited ‘Sophie’s Wish’ during the Easter break. They had a lovely time, enjoying the beautiful...

PUDDING CLUB LUNCH

On Sunday 7 April, Coversure Insurance and Day Lewis Opticians hosted a sell-out fundraiser lunch at Shirley Park Golf Club, Croydon. Over 100 people came together for a sumptuous lunch followed by a parade of seven puddings – even some of the most enthusiastic...

LILLY PAD APPEAL UPDATE

Thank you to our Lily Pad Appeal supporters for their wonderful donations including: GIFTED POP-UP SHOP at the Walnuts for organising a Christmas Shopping Charity evening on 4th December and Sherwood Preschool for organising a raffle in loving memory of Theo Bashford....

LILY PAD APPEAL DONATIONS

Thank you to our Lily Pad Appeal supporters for their wonderful donations including: GIFTED POP-UP SHOP at the Walnuts for organising a Christmas Shopping Charity evening on 4th December and Sherwood Preschool for organising a raffle in loving memory of Theo Bashford....

THE GREAT CROYDON 5K

Plans are coming together for our first large-scale fundraiser for The Lily Pad Appeal which is being held on Sunday 5th May. Lloyd Park will play host to hundreds of Croydonians of all ages stepping out to show their commitment to young people, to upgrading their...

CROYDON UPDATE

The CCT’s pop up shop in aid of the Lily Pad Appeal has been a fantastic success and just gets better and better. Thank you to Margaret Barratt for donating all of the hand knitted ‘Peppa Pigs’, ‘Georges’ and Unicorns which flew off the shelves in a matter of days....

ANNUAL LAPTOPS & LIPSTICK QUIZ

The annual Laptops and Lipstick quiz took place on 22nd March at The Bridge House Tavern, Penge. Congratulations to Emma Pyott’s winning team ‘Who run the World’. The CCT’s team ‘Charlie Chartwell’s Angels’ came a very respectable third and won the jackpot round too....

WARBOAR GAMES

Warboar Games are long term supporters of The CCT and have held many fundraising events over the years, at their board game café and gaming store in The Mall, Bromley. On Saturday 9th March, Warboar hosted the X-Wing Hyperspace trial, which raised over £500 in aid of...

PRATTS BOTTOM WI

Michelle Simpson was invited to the Pratts Bottom Women’s Institute Spring Lunch on Thursday 4th April. The Pratts Bottom WI are keen supporters of The Chartwell Cancer Trust. Michelle said: “It was great to see so many familiar faces from both Pratts Bottom and also...

ST MARKS BIGGIN HILL

St Mark’s Church organises tea and coffee mornings every Saturday for various charities and on Saturday 9th February, it was the turn of The Chartwell Cancer Trust. The coffee morning was a great success. Lots of cakes and crepes were sold to a fantastic turn out of...

AIR SMILES DAY FOR PHARRELL

Fly2help is an aviation charity dedicated to raising the spirits of people, young and old, and has been organising Air Smiles Days for over 12 years. Five year old Pharrell and his family were nominated by The Chartwell Children’s Cancer Trust to spend an Air Smiles...

DEVA YOGA IN CHISLEHURST

  Deva Yoga in Chislehurst is holding a special four-week course commencing Tuesday 21st May from 6.30pm - 7.45pm. Led by Nina Rashid who herself is in remission from Breast Cancer, the course has been specifically designed for anyone going through chronic or...

DEBORAH’S HAIR-RAISING EXPERIENCE

  Thank you to Deborah Attoe, who decided to have her very long hair cut in the salon where she works, Hollywood Heads in Biggin Hill, for charity on the 5th April. Deborah raised a fantastic £500 for The CCT and donated her hair (13 inches!) to the Little...

PRUH UPDATE

  The Chartwell & King’s magazine is supported by many wonderful advertisers, and it simply wouldn’t exist without them! The magazine is FREE for anyone to take away and you will find them in our local hospitals. They are on proud display in the main...

TRIBUTE TO TRUSTEE GILE JUTTLA

The Chartwell Cancer Trust is very sad to announce the passing of Gile Juttla on Thursday 14th February 2019. Gile was much loved by his family and friends, many of whom he made through his charitable work, which he passionately enjoyed. Gile Juttla was a Trustee of...

INTRODUCING CLARKIE & WRIGHTIE

  Annual supporters, Clarkson, Wright and Jakes have raised enough money to purchase two AV1 robots for The Chartwell Cancer Trust. They have named the robots ‘Clarkie’ and ‘Wrighty’ and hope that it will not be too long to raise enough money to fund a third...

THEO’S ROAD TO RECOVERY

  Theodora Acha was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in February 2016 shortly before her 9th birthday. She was treated with six cycles of chemotherapy but relapsed shortly afterwards. Theo commenced treatment again in 2017 (another six cycles of chemotherapy and...

LEWIS’ STORY

  For Orpington teenager Lewis Kelly, one of the young people involved in recent trials – the arrival of the AV1 robot has been a game-changing development in his treatment journey. In 2013 the world of Lewis Kelly and his family was turned upside-down when he...

AV1

  Isolation – a long shadow cast by cancer Treatment can leave patients with severely compromised immune-systems and highly susceptible to infection. Contamination carries the most critical risks and protective measures include extended periods of physical...

ON TOP OF THE WORLD

  On Thursday 7th February, Paul Major decided to take on the challenge of ‘Climbing Kilimanjaro’ to raise money for four local charities. The good news is that he made it to the summit and lived to tell the tale! Paul said: “I was completely out of my comfort...

SKYDIVE

  20 brave, possibly crazy, supporters were due to jump on the 6th April, but as per usual, the typical British weather put a halt to the proceedings. Despite patiently waiting for pretty much most of the day, not one single skydive took place and our...

CHELSFIELD STATION CHARITY DAY

  Thank you so much to Andy Bailey, Barry Whitehead and Ian French for taking time during the morning rush hour to organise a Chelsfield Station Charity Day on Monday 8th and Tuesday 9th April for The Chartwell Cancer Trust. This is the second year that they have...

BRIGHTON YOUTH RACE

    Congratulations to Ethan for running the Brighton Youth Race on Sunday 24th February. This has now become an annual event for Ethan and, this year, he decided to run in his onesie. Ethan raised an amazing £600 for The CCT! Well done, you have certainly...

HELL OF THE ASHDOWN

  Thank you to our wonderful volunteers for giving up their time to help marshal at the Annual Hell of the Ashdown 107km Sportive on Sunday 17th February, organised by supporters the Catford Cycling Club. They were: Debbie and Abbie West-Kelsey, Kevin and...

CCT Supporters Update

Direct Line Group Digital Team to support The CCT for 2019 We are delighted that the Direct Line Group Digital Team have chosen to support The CCT for 2019. Back in July, two members of the Digital Team, Dan and Deepak took part in our team tandem skydive, along with...

Healthcare Advice

Anal Cancer is a rare type of cancer that affects the anus (end of the bowel, and while only about 1,300 people are diagnosed with Cancer of the Anus each year in the UK, it’s worth knowing what the main symptoms are. The exact cause of Anal Cancer is unknown,...

Charity Shop NEWS

Ana Barros-Wood has been volunteering at the Brixton shop since September 2018, coming into the shop on a Friday morning and creating calm and order from the preceding week’s donations with the help of our team of volunteers. Ana runs her own Feng Shui home...

CCT ELVES DELIVER!

The Toni & Guy Ward had a very special visit from The CCT Elves in December, who delivered Christmas presents to all of the oncology children being treated there. The CCT Elves also delivered a whole range of pyjama’s donated by the ‘Hospital Pyjama Collection’, a...

KING’S UPDATE

We are getting ever closer with our goal to help enhance and upgrade the Paediatric Oncology Shared Care Unit (POSCU) Toni & Guy Ward at King’s College Hospital. Work will be commencing to refurbish the cubicles on the ward. The CCT’s Michelle Simpson has spent a...

Westerhams u8’s

Thank you to the Westerham Panthers U8’s for supporting The Chartwell Cancer Trust and we are delighted to see them sporting our charity’s logo. Team Coach Dan McCarthy said: “The boys look very smart in their kits and are super proud to be wearing them!”. We wish...

Seasons 2019

The Chartwell Cancer Trust’s first ever charity calendar was extremely popular among our supporters. Thank you Jill Moore for donating the stunning photographs. Jill has been a patron of The Chartwell Cancer Trust since 2012 and also volunteers her time to help The...

JODIE… a shining star!

Last year, we were introduced to a special lady, Jodie Caygill Grigg, and her family. Jodie, 16-years-of-age, was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2017. She bravely fought her battle with cancer and, in March 2018, received the good news that she was in remission....

Croydon Update

IT’S TIME FOR CHANGE... ...SO LET’S DO IT OURSELVES It’s time for change in Croydon, it’s time for our children to have the facilities they deserve, it’s time for our Doctors, Nurses and their support staff to work in modern surroundings with the best equipment...

Group Meetup’s

The Bromley Childhood Cancer Support Group were in for a real treat when ‘Red Watch’ invited them to visit Orpington Fire Station on Saturday 13th October. Following a very warm welcome and a quick briefing, the Group were split into two and given a ‘behind the...

THE MAGIC OF AV1: The No Isolation Robot

THE MAGIC OF AV1: The No Isolation Robot   Pioneering technology keeping young Cancer and Leukaemia patients connected to school life, education, friendship and normality as they undergo treatment. An estimated 35,000 children in the UK are battling long-term...

ARE YOU PLANNING ON RETIRING?

ARE YOU PLANNING ON RETIRING? Just because saving for retirement is difficult, it doesn’t mean you should give up; and the current reliefs and allowances on pension contributions should give cause for optimism. If you expect to retire on a final-salary pension and...

Shopie’s Wish

SOPHIE’S WISH Isle of Wight Lodge Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park, Bembridge is near the eastern tip of the Isle of Wight. It enjoys a breath-taking rural countryside setting, alongside a beautiful private sandy beach with glistening sea views. The beach affords safe...

Mistletoe Ball

On 24th November, we held our first Mistletoe Ball for the Lily Pad Appeal, kicking off the Festive Season in style! 140 guests enjoyed a fabulous 4 course dinner with Bucks Fizz reception and all-inclusive drinks at the Aerodrome Hallmark Hotel on the Purley Way and...

Cookie Monster

COOKIE MONSTER RUNNER! Good luck to Ethan who is taking part in the Brighton Youth Race on Sunday 24th February! Ethan, Trustee Michael Douglas’s grandson, runs for The CCT every year. It’s a one mile stretch along the seafront, extremely cold and very early! Ethan...

Bromley Business Awards

A VERY PROUD MOMENT AT THE BROMLEY BUSINESS AWARDS! The Chartwell Cancer Trust was thrilled to be selected as a finalist alongside some other amazing local charities at the Bromley Business Awards on Friday 30th November. We were delighted to receive the ‘Highly...

Christmas Update

BROMLEY LIGHT SWITCH ON On Sunday 18 November 2018, The Glades Shopping Centre, Bromley held their Bromley Light Switch on. Shoppers in The Glades where entertained with songs by The Kentones and Courtney Noakes. A wonderful £420 was raised that afternoon, with thanks...

The Spirit of masquerade

On Friday 23rd November, Trustee Bobby Beech hosted a Christmas Masquerade Ball at Farleigh Golf Club in Warlingham. It was a fantastic night raising £5,500 for The Chartwell Cancer Trust.   Bobby Beech reports…. Oh wow! What a great night we had! With everyone...

A guide to lasting powers of Attorney

The unfortunate possibility of not being able to manage your own finances and affairs is a consideration that ought to be made by all. Although the thought of not being able to maintain independent self-management is an unpleasant one, addressing the possibility and...

Donations Update

Donations - CCT Thank you for all the donations we continue to receive from existing and new supporters and fundraisers. Some of the wonderful and incredibly generous donations since reporting in our last issue include: St James’s Palace Wealth Management – in support...

Catford Cycling Club

On Sunday 7th October, valued supporters the Catford Cycling Club held their annual Hill Climb at Yorks Hill in Sevenoaks. Over 150 competitors took part, cheered on by hundreds of spectators. The 707 yard hill climb has an average gradient of 12.5% and two stretches...

Coolings Garden Centre

On Thursday 6th September, valued supporters Coolings Garden Centre in Knockholt held a ‘Celebrate the Strictly Season with Len Goodman’. Everybody who attended had an enjoyable time listening and meeting Len Goodman to hear about his life stories. Coolings very...

Tough Mudder Challenge

Well done to Bill Chambers for taking part in the Tough Mudder London challenge on Saturday 29th September. Billy had originally planned to complete it in July, but he decided to delay until September due to the heatwave (no complaints!) but there just wasn’t enough...

Clarkson, Wright & Jake

We are delighted that Clarkson, Wright and Jake have nominated The CCT as their chosen charity of the year and we very much enjoyed meeting the whole team earlier this month. CWJ kick-started their support with a coffee morning on Friday 19th October at their offices....

RBS Bowls Club

Thank you to the RBS Bowls Club for raising £235 for The CCT at their Ladies Day in August! As you can see, they all had a great day. The Club also held a raffle from a recent bowls tour and raised a further £423, as well as other donations totalling almost £700.

Signature Flight Support

Signature Flight Support based at Biggin Hill’s Airport has been providing all kinds of support to The CCT. Since June, the staff have volunteered their time to marshal at the Sunrise Sportive and came along to help The CCT Team at the ‘Air Smiles’ charity day on 17th...

West Kent Golf Club

The Chartwell Cancer Trust was kindly invited to attend a lunch at West Kent Golf Club on Sunday 23rd September held for the incoming Captain Patrick Donaghey. We were delighted that the new captain announced The Chartwell Cancer Trust as his nominated charity for the...

New Endoscopy Unit Appeal

There are over 10,000 endoscopic procedures each year. With an increase in demand for these services, the Endoscopy Unit now has to make improvements to comply with National Standards. Medical Director, Mr Prakash Sinha, has supported The Chartwell Cancer Trust for...

Bromley Business Awards

We are delighted to have been shortlisted for Best Charity and Best Business for Innovation & Growth for the Bromley Business Awards 2018 @bromley. The Bromley Business Awards have been running since 2011 and are designed to recognise and reward the achievements...

Waitrose Community Matters

Waitrose Beckenham’s Community Matters Programme have chosen CCT Tiger Ward as one of the charities to support during the month of December. Please support us by collecting the green tokens when doing your Christmas shopping in December at the Beckenham Store.

When life brings beautiful people together

When life brings beautiful people together, good actions will follow This is what happened when sisters Alexandra and Eugenia Pricop met Michelle Simpson of The Chartwell Cancer Trust at their Pop-Up Shop in The Glades Shopping Centre, Bromley in June. For some years,...

Healthcare Advice

Mesothelioma Mesothelioma is a type of cancer that develops in the lining that covers the outer surface of some of the body’s organs, and is usually linked to asbestos exposure. More than 2,600 people are diagnosed with the condition each year in the UK. Mesothelioma...

A ‘feel good’ meet-up

We were delighted to host our very first King’s Childhood Cancer Support Group meet up for our King’s Teenagers on Saturday 22nd September. It was a fun and informal, skincare and make-up workshop organised by ‘Look Good Feel Better’, a charity that specialises in...

Are you brave enough?

After weeks of glorious sunshine prior to the planned wing-walk, typically, a week before, the weather took a turn for the worse. It was cloudy, windy with lots of heavy rain! Fortunately, however, on the morning of Saturday 11th August, it was sunny and dry with...

O’Neill’s Bromley

We are delighted that O’Neill’s in Bromley have chosen to support The CCT and have been doing various fundraisers for us over the past few months. This has included bucket collecting during the World Cup, and a very brave staff member, Caitlin Burns, took part in our...

A nice bit of cake

The CCT’s Pop-up Unit in Croydon University Hospital is attracting lots of interest within the hospital’s community. Our merchandise has proved extremely popular as well as our cake sales! So much so, that they are now a regular occurrence on the first Monday of every...

Day Lewis

On Friday 22nd June 2018, the Day Lewis Annual Golf Day took place at Bletchingley Golf Club, Surrey. The day was attended by 75 golfers, including Day Lewis key Business Partners. The morning started with breakfast and a game of golf, followed by a raffle, auction...

Croydon Update

It’s time for change...so let’s do it ourselves It’s time for change in Croydon, it’s time for our children to have the facilities they deserve, it’s time for our Doctors, Nurses and their support staff to work in modern surroundings with the best equipment available...

Group meet ups

The CCT Bromley and Croydon Childhood Cancer Support Groups enjoyed an exclusive visit to Heads, Shoulders, Knees & Toes in The Glades, Bromley on Tuesday 7th August. This amazing, interactive experience took our inquisitive young minds on a journey through the...

Another Fantastic day on the water

Our 4th year of entry in The Dragon Boat Races at Bewl Water and, as always, it never disappoints. We had 3 boats this year. Boat 1 Dad’s Navy, who made a return from last year bigger, better, and stronger than before. Boat 2 Laptops & Lipstick, an all-woman...

Skydive!

Skydive! We had nine amazing skydivers who took the plunge on Saturday 15th September. We have been so lucky with our tandem skydive days this year. Each time the weather has been perfect, and this day was no exception. All of our jumpers arrived early as planned,...

The Kentones

Bromley Barbershop Harmony Club On behalf of the Club Committee and all Members of the Chorus, I offer this opportunity to invite you to visit us at St. Paul’s Church Hall, Crofton Road, Orpington BR6 8JE on any (or every) Thursday at 8.00pm to join in our forthcoming...

Mytime Darrick Wood

The Mytime team at Darrick Wood swimming pool held a special event in September to celebrate the pool being 90 years old. They organised a sponsored swim one Friday evening followed by an Open Day the next day. As well as the usual swimming lessons, there was a cake...

Warboar Games continue to support The CCT

On 11th August, Warboar Games hosted its annual Star Wars X-Wing store Championship event at its Bromley Board game cafe and gaming store. There was a slightly smaller turnout than previous years as a new edition of the game was being launched in September. But this...

Air Smiles Day with fly2help

We were delighted when aviation charity fly2help contacted The CCT to invite some of the families from The CCT’s Childhood Cancer Support Groups to be recipients of their Charity Air Smiles Day on Friday 17th August. It was a wonderful opportunity for our families to...

Simply Magic

Report by Barbara Field-Holmes Nelson’s Pride, the Bromley branch of the Foresters Friendly Society, have been busy raising funds for The CCT and recently presented a cheque for over £900 to Group Trustee, Barbara Field-Holmes at their Magic Afternoon, held at the...

Festival of Flight

The London Biggin Hill Festival of Flight took place at London Biggin Hill Airport on 18th and 19th August 2018. This year’s festival coincided with the 100th Anniversary of The Royal Air Force (RAF100), and there was an exciting atmosphere as spectators waited to...

The British 10K run

A sizzling Victory! The British 10k run route is world famous. It takes you through the heart of Central London, passing many of the Capital’s world-class historic landmarks including Trafalgar Square, the Embankment, Big Ben and Westminster. This year’s theme was a...

The magic of AV1

The No Isolation Robot Pioneering technology keeping young Cancer and Leukaemia patients connected to school life, education, friendship and normality as they undergo treatment. An estimated 35,000 children in the UK are battling long-term illness and the traumatic...

Can Survive

‘Can Survive’ Fun Day, big success... despite the weather! Thank you so much to Becky Reid, who is currently being treated at The PRUH, Hollie Lawrence and friends for organising a ‘Can Survive’ Fun Day at The Bull Inn, Orpington. It was an open event so that anyone...

Bob arrives in style!

Bob Holden, who bid on and won a helicopter ride at the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club summer party in aid of The CCT definitely made the most of his auction prize. Bob, decked out in full cricket kit, all 6ft 5in of him, arrived at Downe Cricket Club right on time for his...

Camden Grove Annual Street Party

On Saturday 21st July, the residents of Camden Grove in Chislehurst held their annual street party. The Close was transformed into an amazing beach party festival! The residents decorated their houses with themed signs outside their front doors. There were various...

Gresham Artisans Golf Club

CCT Supporters of the Year, The Gresham Artisans Golf Club held their Captain's Charity Invitation Day on Friday 31st August.  Members invited guests to join them for an 18 hole Stableford Competition with special prizes for 'nearest the pin' on two holes and the top...

THE CHARTWELL CANCER TRUST LILY PAD APPEAL

We’ve teamed up with Croydon Health Services NHS to raise £750,000 to build a new and modernised Oncology Unit, a crucial part of the planned £3m overhaul to integrate Acute Paediatric Services in Croydon University Hospital. Join us today! Together we can make a...

HELP A CROYDON CHILD THIS CHRISTMAS

Christmas is the perfect time of year to make charity a top priority.   If you want to bring some real meaning to the festive season this year, there’s no better way  than getting involved in a cause you really believe in. We believe in providing the best...

BECOME A CORPORATE SUPPORTER

We’re teaming up with Croydon Health Services NHS to raise £750,000 to build a new and modernised Oncology Unit in Croydon University Hospital. We are counting on the Croydon business community to join us in making this life-changing project happen. We’ll work with...

2018 BROMLEY BUSINESS AWARDS

The 2018 Bromley Business Awards launch event took place on Thursday 7th June at Joe’s Kitchen in The Glades, Bromley. The CCT were kindly invited to the launch where our CCT’s Michelle Simpson was able to say a few words about the charity. We are delighted to be...

LEGACIES

Legacies: In memory of In memory of Charles Ault In memory of Sid Hayes In memory of David Sheehan In memory of Bob Wallcroft In memory of Tracey Rackliffe In memory of Shirley Lawler In memory of Karen Irene Mitchell In memory of Paul Shirley

CCT DONATIONS

Thank you for all the donations we continue to receive from existing and new supporters. We were pleased to receive another wonderful donation from advertisers The Bed Post as a result of more sales made from advertising in our magazine. Thank you to Group Trustee...

LASTING POWERS OF ATTORNEY

We’re living longer, we’re busier than ever and according to recent statistics, around 30-40% of us live alone. This often means that we can’t assume that things will be taken care of when we’re not able to do them ourselves, whether it is as a result of temporary...

CCT SUPPORTERS UPDATE

Laptops and Lipstick At the last Laptops and Lipstick meeting, an exciting new initiative was revealed under the new Chair Lindie called the ‘Laptops One Minute Cup’! A trophy is awarded to the best 60 second presentation at each meeting. We are delighted to report...

JAGS!

Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club Charity Garden Party Thank you to supporters of the year the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club Kent Region for organising a superb Summer Garden Party and Barbeque at Geoff and Lesley Waterman’s Party Barn on Sunday 10th June. The aim was to have some...

A THANK YOU FROM THE CHARTWELL

Consultant Haematologist, Dr Stella Bowcock, got in touch with Senior Trustee Michael Douglas to let him and The CCT team know just how much the Medical Team in the Chartwell Cancer and Leukaemia Unit appreciates having their own fresh coffee. The CCT has been funding...

HARRIS PRIMARY GO THE EXTRA MILE

Harris Primary Orpington held a ‘penny mile’ on Wednesday 23rd May for their St Andrew’s house charity The Chartwell Cancer Trust. Children throughout the whole school were invited to bring in pennies and laid them down in long lines in the hall. Altogether they laid...

THANK YOU CHELSFIELD COMMUTERS

Thank you to Chelsfield Station for having a bucket collection on the mornings of Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th (rush hour!) organised by Barry Whitehead, Ian French and Andy Weetch. They definitely have a bunch of very generous commuters as they raised £150.00 for The...

WELL DONE 10k RUN TEAM

Welll done to our running team for taking part in the British 10k Run on Sunday 15th July in aid of The CCT, CCT Tiger Ward and CCT Lily Pad! It was an early start - 9.30am - and on such a scorching hot day! This special route took our runners through the very heart...

CROYDON UPDATE

It’s time for change...so let’s do it ourselves It’s time for change in Croydon, it’s time for our children to have the facilities they deserve, it’s time for our Doctors, Nurses and their support staff to work in modern surroundings with the best equipment available...

CCT AWARENESS CENTRE

The Glades Shopping Centre, as part of the centre’s Plan G initiative, is to provide free space for local businesses to extend its reach across the community. As supporters of The Chartwell Cancer Trust, The Glades invited The CCT free use of one of their prime...

ELLENDEL SCHOOL GET DRAMATIC

The Ellendel School of Speech and Drama kindly invited The Chartwell Cancer Trust to participate in their Summer Performance at St.George’s Hall in Beckenham on 30th June.   Tutors Laura McHale and Laura McLoughlin introduced the young students who delighted the...

GROUP MEET UPS

On Sunday 3rd June the Bromley and Frog Childhood Cancer Support Groups got together at the Crofton Halls in Orpington for a really fun afternoon with Magic Frostie. Magic Frostie certainly knew how to entertain, wowing everyone with his impressive magic tricks. He...

KINGS UPDATE

The children in King’s College London, ‘Toni and Guy’ Ward were really excited to receive their gorgeous Princess Wigs from The Magic Yarn Project. Thank you to The Magic Yarn Project in America for sending us another selection of absolutely beautiful handmade...

A PERFECT DAY TO SKYDIVE

The weather could not have been any better. It was warm, sunny, hardly any cloud cover and very little wind, a perfect day for jumping! Representing CCT Tiger Ward was the wonderful and special ‘Team Lewis’. On the team we had a very nervous Kerri and Daniel Baker...

SUMMER SOLSTICE SUNRISE CHALLENGE

Biggin Hill Airport opened its runway on Saturday 23rd June to host its first ever Sunrise Runway Challenge, a five-kilometre run or 15k cycle route in aid of The Chartwell Cancer Trust and Foal Farm Animal Rescue. Almost 200 participants competed in the summer...

LILY MAE

The Annual Charity bike ride across the South Downs took place on Sunday 16th July in blistering 30-degree heat with no shelter along the 25-mile route. Not so many riders, but still a very good turnout of hardened supporters of both Lily-Mae and The CCT. Trustee...

MONACO FUNDRAISER

Thank you to Andy Patterson, Managing Director of ‘Unique GP Yacht Hospitality’ for supporting The CCT at the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix. Corporate guests and other persons enjoyed a trackside viewing of the F1 race on board their yacht as well as a day of VIP...

The Big O

The Big O Vintage festival is a vintage and retro festival packed full of life and vitality that celebrates "Suburbia through the decades." Set in the wonderful Priory Gardens Orpington brought to you by Talking box events Come and spend the day with friends and...

CCT SUPPORTERS’ UPDATE

Thank you to Angela Moore, member of the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club and all the Street Party Team for organising a mobile phone raffle in aid of The Chartwell Cancer Trust at their Royal Wedding Street Party on Saturday 19th May. Almost 200 residents came together in...

NEW FUNDING PROJECT FOR THE PRUH

Mr Prakash Sinha is a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast and Endocrine Surgeon specialising in breast cancer surgical treatment and surgery of the thyroid gland. Mr Sinha has been a consultant surgeon for the last nine years; his NHS base is The Princess Royal University...

CHARITY GALA NIGHT

On Friday 13th April, it was a full house at Trustee Bobby Beech’s infamous charity gala evening, this time at Farleigh Golf Club in Warlingham. It was a fantastic night raising over £6,000 for The Chartwell Cancer Trust. Friday the 13th might be unlucky for some but...

PATRON’S PROFILE

Fayre Do’s have been patrons of The Chartwell Cancer Trust since May 2017. For more than 25 years, they have been delighting the taste buds of the world’s most respected actors, producers and film crews. With Chef Jamie Cook at the helm, they produce tasty and...

KING’S UPDATE

The pop-up House of Hygge and Charity Shop has been receiving some amazing support, local press and social media coverage within the Brixton community. The charity shop is now full to the brim with an extensive range of excellent quality items and it really is worth a...

UP AT THE O2

Our first ever charity climb over the roof of one of the most famous entertainment venues, The O2, took place on Saturday 12th May. We had a team of 27 trekkers of all ages, the youngest being 9 years old, taking on the challenge. Read on to find out how they got on....

GROUP MEET UPS

The day of dreams!!! On Sunday 20th May, Bromley Football Club played in the Buildbase FA Trophy Cup Final against Brackley Town FC on the hallowed turf of Wembley, the home of English football. The build-up towards the final was very exciting with the whole Borough...

CONGRATULATIONS ORLA

Congratulations to Orla Simpson who has been appointed as the new Children’s Oncology Nurse Specialist, Croydon Health Services. We wish her all the very best and look forward to working with her in the coming months.

£350 RAISED FOR THE LILY PAD APPEAL

The John Fisher School in Purley invited us to participate in their annual Fete on Sunday 6th May to raise funds and awareness for The CCT’s Lily Pad Appeal. We were very fortunate that John Viner was able to bring his hot air balloon, and there was great excitement...

Croydon Update

Fundraising has now started for the refurbishment of the New Children’s Oncology Department within the New Integrated Paediatric Unit in Croydon University Hospital. Our campaign is based in the Main Entrance of the hospital opposite M & S Food. Supporters will be...

POSH BINGO!

On the day before Saint Patrick’s Day, Posh Bingo jigged its jolly way back to Highfield Infants’ School when, for the second year running, members of the Highfield community brushed up on their bingo lingo and raised thousands of pounds for The Chartwell Cancer...

Exciting times in The Glades

We are delighted to announce that supporters The Glades Shopping Centre, Bromley have offered us use of one of their retail units as a Pop-Up Awareness Centre for two weeks from Monday 11th June to Sunday 24th June. The shop will be managed by members of The CCT team...

Waitrose

Thank you to everyone who visited the Waitrose Bromley North and Bromley South stores during February.  Since January The CCT has received just under £1700 donations from the Waitrose Community Matters Green token scheme. Fantastic!

BLT

Thank you to Bromley Little Theatre for putting on such a fantastic charity preview performance of ‘Female Transport’ on Thursday 8th February. The play, a hard hitting story of six women sentenced to be transported to Britain’s overseas penal colony in Australia in...

CCT Supporters’ Update

Supporters Laptops & Lipstick, the ladies networking group, held their annual quiz night on Friday 9th February at The Bridge House Pub in Penge and all funds raised went to The CCT. Congratulations to the winners, Trina Smith’s team.  Sadly, our CCT team didn’t...

Early Warning

Thank you to Patron and valued supporter Diane Gething for hosting an Early Warning Prosecco Party on 15th March.  Diane was already planning a girls’ night and decided to make it a charity event in aid of The CCT.  Most of the girls who attended were from the New...

Bromley FC

A huge thank you to Bromley FC for inviting us along to the match on Saturday 27th January for the game against Halifax Town to raise funds for The CCT. Despite the miserable weather there was a fantastic turn-out. The CCT had a wonderful team of volunteers, bucket...

Round Table

Thank you to Beckenham Round Table members for their continued support for The Chartwell Cancer Trust and for their most generous donation of £5000 we received in February, specifically for The CCT’s childhood cancer support groups, CCT Tiger Ward and the Frog Ward. ...

Blood Clots and Cancer

Information for patients and carers - Having cancer and cancer treatment can increase the risk of developing a blood clot. These can occur in the leg or arm (deep vein thrombosis or DVT) or in the lung (pulmonary embolism). Symptoms can include: • Swelling or pain in...

Support Share Gift

Share Gift is a unique charity that specialises in accepting donations of shares, particularly small holdings of shares which are not worth selling on their own.  These holdings are aggregated, sold, and the proceeds used to make donations to a wide range of other UK...

Group Meet-Ups

The Bromley and Croydon Childhood Cancer Support Groups had a lovely time at Emma’s Pottery Parlour on Sunday 14th January in West Wickham. All of the children were given exclusive use of the pottery studio where they got to paint a plate with their own design that...

Signing Your Will

The Wills Act 1837 sets out requirements for a valid will – including that the will must be signed and witnessed in a prescribed manner. What do you do if you find that your loved one’s will is not properly signed? Is there any way around it? We’ve found that this...

Jess

Thank you to Jess Yeo for donating her lovely long locks to The Little Princess Trust, a charity that makes real hair wigs free of charge to children and young adults who have lost their hair to cancer in the UK. Jess loved her long hair but repeatedly asked her mum,...

CCT Challenge Events Update

We are pleased to report that our ‘dare-devil’ fundraising events are booking up fast! If you have always wanted to do something with a sense of adventure, whether for your own personal goal or as a team effort, raising money for charity whilst doing so at the same...

Nature’s Most Healthful Diet

Dr Shireen Kassam, Consultant Haematologist at King’s College Hospital, London, shares her knowledge, experience and passion about how following a healthful diet and lifestyle can not only help prevent many of today’s life-threatening diseases, but can form a very...

X-WING Regional Charity Donations

Thank you to Warboar Games, Bromley for organising another fundraiser in aid of The Chartwell Cancer Trust over the weekend of 3rd and 4th February. This is Warbour’s ‘X-Wing regional event’ hosted by players from all over the country and the world!  With the superb...

Thank You Marshals

A massive thank you to our wonderful marshals for their help and support on Sunday 18th February at the Hell of the Ashdown Sportive, organised by our friends at the Catford Cycling Club.  Conditions are really tough, and not just for the cyclists, as some marshals...

Brighton Youth Race

Congratulations and well done to Trustee Michael Douglas’s grandchildren for entering the Brighton Youth Race on Sunday 25th February. Unfortunately, Noah was unable to take part on the day so it was left to Molly, Ethan and Freddie to take on the challenge. It was a...

King’s Update

The new charity fundraising coffee lounge and event space in the heart of Brixton – House of Hygge – is proving to be the place to be, creating a community lead space by providing a variety of events and guidance to suit local people. Offering coffee, refreshments and...

Co-op Support

We reported earlier that the Co-op are supporting our children's charity CCT Tiger Ward. If you are a Co-op member and shop in the Co-op, 1% of what is spent on selected own-brand products is donated to us. So far just under a wonderful £1,200 has been raised so thank...

Lily Pad Appeal

The Lily Pad Appeal for the new integrated paediatric ward in Croydon University Hospital is once again gathering momentum. Unfortunately red tape set us back six months and we have had to go back to the drawing board. Our start date is now March and we will be...

Chloe’s Chirstmas Party Raffle

  Last year Chloe Stephens was diagnosed with stage 4 mediastinal large B cell lymphoma. She underwent chemotherapy then a month’s worth of radiotherapy. She is waiting for her scan results. She said, “the Chartwell nurses and hospital could not have helped me...

Making a Will

Making a Will can be a daunting experience. Some people even put it off because it “all seems so complicated”. You can, of course, use an online will-writing service, or have your will drafted by someone who isn’t a lawyer. You can even write your own will using a...

JEC

The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Charity Christmas Dinner Party was held at Geoff and Lesley Waterman’s Party Barn at their home in Biggin Hill on Saturday 9th December. 88 members and guests attended and what a fantastic night it was!  Private caterers were brought in...

Bond Bryan

Bond Bryan Architects in Westerham has been supporting The CCT throughout 2017, their last fundraiser was a Secret Santa Raffle and Coffee Morning on 21 December. Throughout 2017, Bond Bryan has organised a variety of fundraising events starting with a Red Nose Day...

The Glades

The Glades Shopping Centre, Bromley has been incredibly busy fundraising and raising awareness for The CCT as part of their yearly support. We were especially delighted to have played such a major part in their Christmas Campaign where the shopping centre had over...

Laptops and Lipstick

Thank you to supporters of the year Laptops and Lipstick for organising a quiz night on Friday 9th February in aid of The CCT at the Bridge House Pub, 2 Penge High Street. The quiz is due to start at 7.30pm. Tickets are £5 per person with teams of up to eight. It...

Amazing Donations Of PJ’s

Thank you to Charmaine Green, one of our oncology mums at the Frog Oncology Unit for organising a pyjama collection for nine oncology wards and hospitals. The pyjamas were donated by friends, families, businesses, playgroups and schools. Their incredible support meant...

Coffee Machine is a Fantastic Gift

Thank you to the oncology parents on Toni and Guy Ward at King’s College Hospital for raising a fantastic £250 towards a thank you gift for the nurses so that they could purchase a coffee machine in their staff room. The current facilities meant that the nurses and...

Charity Shop Update

The House of Hygge Pop up Coffee Shop located next door to The CCT’s charity shop has been very well received among local residents and workers in the community. It has also been a welcoming environment for mums with young children to meet up because of its lovely...

Thank you Waitrose

Waitrose are supporting us again as part of their Community Matters Green Token Programme. For the month of January, we appeared in Waitrose Biggin Hill, thank you to everyone who dropped their tokens in our community box! We are in the Bromley South Branch in...

BAG-PACKING AT MARKS AND SPENCER

Thank you to Marks and Spencer in The Glades Bromley for allowing us to bag-pack in their food hall for three days in December, and to all the shoppers who very kindly donated to our great cause. We raised over a whopping £1900 for The CCT with the help of our ‘dream...

Support at THE SWAN, West Wickham

Since taking over The Swan pub in April 2017 Neil Howley and his wife Michelle have been supporting and raising funds for The CCT. Over the summer they ran a collectables market in their carpark and organised monthly open Mic nights. Later in the year, they held a...

Christmas Concerts At the Glades

Our Christmas Carol concerts, hosted in The Glades shopping centre wowed shoppers in December. On Saturday 3rd December, we had two wonderful performances from long-term supporters The Kentones and from the Pratts Bottom Church / Village Choir. Shoppers and passers-by...

Gifts Galore

Thanks to the generosity of the merchants and staff of The Glades shopping centre, the management and customers of the Swan Public House in West Wickham, the London Ambulance Service NHS and the Marks and Spencer Mainframe Transformation Programme team, we received an...

Aces High!

Thank you to Aditya Malik from Aces Trading for donating over 1,000 beanie caps to The CCT. We have taken lots of them down to our oncology childrens’ wards and will be offering them to our childhood cancer support groups. We do have plenty to go around so if you...

Christmas Toy Appeal

The Glades launched its ‘Christmas Toy Appeal’ on the 19th November. Shoppers will be encouraged to help make a local child’s Christmas by donating either a new toy or gift. There will also be money envelopes available for shoppers who prefer to make a cash donation....

Glades Update

Supporters of the year, The Glades invited Trustee Michael Douglas and Michelle Simpson to attend The Glades Retailer Awards on the 11th October. The Glades Retailer Awards is an opportunity for the centre to recognise and reward excellency of stores which have...

Bromley Business Awards

The Bromley Business Awards took place on Thursday 2nd November and The CCT was one of the chosen charities of the evening. Trustee Michael Douglas and Michelle Simpson were invited as special VIP guests to this fantastic event, and Michael was presented with all the...

Your Bromley

We were delighted to be involved in the Your Bromley Halloween - Casa de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) all day event on 28th October in the Market Square, Bromley. It was a free event, with face painting, pumpkin painting and music by ‘Beato Burrito’, Mariachi Band,...

Beachy Head Marathon – John Leeson

Congratulations to John Leeson for completing the Beachy Head Marathon on 28th October. John completed the course in just under five hours and 15 minutes, a good 16 minutes faster than when he ran the same race in 2013 for The CCT when he raised £2,000, finishing his...

Catford Cycling Club Hill Climb

At the 122nd Open Hill Climb at York’s Hill, organised by the Catford Cycling Club on the 8th October, CCT Group Trustee Paula Cook was presented with a cheque from President Peter Hayes and Hill Climb Organiser, Le Anh Luong in recognition of our charity work and for...

Annual Golf Day in Memory of Jayne Yates

Jackie and John Stratton held their yearly golf day at Parkwood Golf Club, on 30th September in fond memory of Jayne Yates who sadly passed away on the 9th July 2015. They had golfers during the day and partners joining later in the evening for food, music, raffles...

Lloyds Bank Awareness Week

Thank you to Lloyds Bank in Bromley for organising an Awareness Week in September, raising £500 specifically for the CCT’s childhood cancer support groups. The bank held a series of fundraising events including a Tag Day, Guess the Sweets in the Jar, and a Bake Sale....

Three Peaks

We are pleased that Laura Kirby and her friend Charlotte Jones finally got to take part in the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge on Saturday 16th September, after postponing it in July due to illness. The 12-hour challenge took on the peaks of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and...

Supporting Cancer MDMs

The Chartwell Cancer Trust has generously provided funding for an upgrade to the Princess Royal University Hospital’s cancer Multi-Disciplinary Meeting (MDT) room.  The room is used to host MDT meetings which are a regular forum where important decisions are made...

Charity Gala Night – Parkwood Golf Club

CCT Trustee Bobby Beech hosted her second Annual Charity Gala Evening at Park Wood Golf Club on Friday 13th October. It was a fantastic night raising over £5,500 for The Chartwell Cancer Trust. Bobby Beech reports… Oh Wow! What a fabulous night we had! I think it’s...

Remembering your loved ones

We find November to be a great month of reflection and planning for most of our clients and individuals. It’s a good time to reflect on the past few months and to plan for the year ahead. It’s also a good time to go over the ‘to do’ lists and resolutions from the...

Orpington Lights News

Thank you to Steve Parkins and Terry Batney from Mickleham Road, Orpington who are going to be decorating their houses with hundreds, if not thousands of Christmas lights again this year. This is the third year they have lightened up their street in aid of The CCT. ...

Catford Cycling Club show Support

Our friends from the Catford Cycling Club presented a cheque for £1,000 to Trustee Michael Douglas at our Festival of Flight Event on 19th August. Club Member James Callinan, who attended the event with wife Christine, handed the cheque to Michael and said, “The Club...

Bromley Business Awards

Thank you to Bromley Business Awards who have chosen to support The CCT at their Business Awards Gala on Thursday 2nd November. This exciting evening will showcase the business excellence that companies throughout the borough provide and give them the opportunity to...

Loyal Supporter John Leeson

Good luck to loyal supporter John Leeson who is undertaking the Beachy Head Marathon in Eastbourne on 28th October. He will be running across the hills in aid of The CCT and Guy’s and St Thomas Charity, hoping to raise money in the fight against cancer. John completed...

Bromley’s Queens Gardens

Thank you to Your Bromley for arranging over three days in August at Bromley’s Queen’s Gardens, a selection of FREE outdoor cinema films with popcorn, candy floss and refreshments. Half of the funds raised were donated to The Chartwell Cancer Trust.

Early Warning Update

We are pleased to report that our Early Warning Coffee Mornings and Prosecco Soirées are still a popular fundraising choice with our supporters. Everything you need is delivered to your door and FREE Prosecco or Coffee supplied! Each event can be tailored to your...

Wing Walkers!

Our first ever team Wing Walk took place on Saturday 6th August at Damyns Hall Aerodrome in Upminster Essex and we are pleased to report that it was a fantastic success. Our brave wingwalkers thoroughly enjoyed the experience and overall they raised £12,500 for The...

10K Run!

On the morning of Sunday 9th July, some of London’s most famous streets were shut down and transformed into a British Street Party with a difference. Instead of the normal hustle and bustle of London commuters and shoppers, there were thousands of people running,...

Festival Of Flight

London Biggin Hill Airport, formerly an RAF Battle of Britain fighter base and home to RAF Officers and an Aircrew Selection Centre, is now a major business jet hub for the capital. The Biggin Hill Airshow, now in its fourth year in its new guise, took place over the...

Memorial Golf Day

On Saturday 17th June, the ‘Griffiths’ family held a golf day in memory of Bob Griffiths who sadly passed away in October 2016. Bob’s daughter Cheryl, and his son-in-law and best friend Stephen, got in touch with us to let us know that they wanted to host a golf event...

In loving Memory of Kathleen Holloway

On 23 August 2017, Kathleen Holloway lost her fight against cancer leaving family and friends heartbroken. The Family has created a someone special page, In memory of Kathleen on the Virgin Money Giving website. You can view the page and make a donation by clicking...

CCT supporters’ Update

Direct Line have been on-going supporters of The CCT and CCT Tiger Ward since 2015. They have held annual Christmas Raffles, Static Box Collections, Easter egg donations, and Quiz Nights. In addition, many of their staff have participated in our team events, and in...

DONATIONS TO REGISTERED CHARITIES

If you’re worried about Inheritance Tax, and many people are these days, it’s well worth looking at the significant benefits the Government offers to people who make charitable donations in their wills.   Leaving a part or your entire estate to charity can...

Memorial Golf Day

Eric Scott suffered from CLL (Chronic Lymphocytic Leukeamia) for a number of years. He was being treated in the Chartwell Unit during this time until he sadly passed away on 15th January 2017. Eric was a keen golfer and his daughter, Tracy, thought it seemed only...

CCT SKYDIVE Update

Well done to our tandem skydiving team who took the plunge on Saturday 1st July. Our team of four had an amazing time so they told us! Sian-Louise Fazzani, Emily Hone and Lesley-Anne Hollman explained how they really enjoyed the experience, although they were also...

GROUP MEET-UPS

The Childhood Cancer Support Groups, funded by The Chartwell Cancer Trust, help to provide a support system to oncology families at a very difficult time in their lives. The Groups meet once a month in a safe environment for children who may be immuno-suppressed, so...

POSH BINGO NIGHT

Beau’s Mum, Larissa Apsley and other mums whose children attend Highfield Primary School, held a “Posh Bingo Night” in the Infant School Hall at Highfield Primary School on Friday 5th May in aid of The CCT. Larissa’s daughter Beau was diagnosed with acute...

CCT SUMMER BALL

In the past, The Chartwell Cancer Trust has organised several charity balls, particularly during the Festive Season. Now that the Trust has a wonderful Events Committee, all volunteers to assist with the many events that are organised throughout the year, it was felt...

The Glades awareness week

Following the announcement that The Chartwell Cancer Trust is The Glades’ chosen charity of the year, to kick-start their fundraising activities we were invited to spend a week in The Glades’ shopping centre during the May Bank Holiday half term.   With The...

ANNAMARIA’S BENCH

“Whatever else is happening in the world, today Wednesday 24th May was a special day for us. Today, Annamaria’s memorial bench was installed in her favourite dog-walking park where she would walk her dog, Nica, whenever she was strong enough to do it during the last...

LONDON 1OK RUN UPDATE

Congratulations to our Running team who took part in the Virgin Westminster 10k Run on Sunday 9th July for The CCT and CCT Tiger Ward. They all did so well, it was such an incredibly hot day, but we are pleased to say they all made it safely to the finish line....

A Night at the Opera

I had the great privilege of waiting backstage as the orchestra played the overture to Carmen to start the evening. My part of the performance was to start after the overture, when I would go on stage and tell the audience a little about our charity and our plans for...

Congratulations to Sandra Eder

Congratulations to Sandra Eder for completing this year’s London Marathon to celebrate her 70th birthday! It was such a tough challenge and we and your family and friends are so very proud of you.  You are an inspiration to us all. Thank you for choosing us to be a...

New Life Church, Charity Ball 2017

A great evening was hosted by New Life Church in April when over 100 people sat down to a three course meal, followed by a fun dance presentation from ‘Lorrae’s Ladies’, ‘15 minutes of Fun’ - and flag-waving! - With Rick Easter and a live band rounding off the...

A night out at the House of Commons

Host Michael Douglas welcomed our guests and speakers, Dr Anil Lakhani and Robert Neill MP and invited Bobby Beech to say Grace. After dinner Michael thanked many of our guests for the amazing fund raising that they had carried out for us. Dr Lakhani and MP Bob Neill...

TREE OF MEMORIES

In 2013, Steven Wright created a “Tree of Memories” at his place of work in Coolings Green & Pleasant Knockholt in memory of his wife, Marisa Wright.  The “Tree of Memories” is on the Nature Trail at Coolings over a six-acre area.  Passers-by can tie a ribbon to...

Lily-Mae Annual Bike Ride 2017

Now in its fourth year, the Lily-Mae Annual Bike Ride was originally set up to raise funds to support Lily-Mae and her family while she was undergoing treatment for cancer. Sadly, the past two events have been held in her memory. Once again this year a group of family...

Summer is here at last!

Summers here at last! Only a few tables left at our summer ball on Friday 9th June. Set in beautiful grounds with splendid views, The Warren venue is the perfect setting on a warm summer's evening. Enjoy a superb three course sit down meal before the fun commences,...

Drink, Dance & Donate Evening

In Aid of the Chartwell Cancer Trust & Centrepieces Art Drink, Dance & Donate with Bon Bonne DJ Martin Cee & Scottie Anderson on June 24 From 7:00 pm At Chislehurst Golf Club Contact Irene whelan for further details on  07775 912 814 or email...

Glades Awareness Week

Exciting news for The CCT.  Supporters of the year The Glades have invited us to hold an awareness week during the May half-term from Tues 30th May - Sun 4th June.    This is a fantastic opportunity for us to promote awareness of  The CCT and CCT Tiger Ward.    We...

Bromley Girls Can

Thank you to supporters Mytime for inviting us to get involved with their forthcoming "Bromley Girls Can" event on Saturday 20th May at The Pavilion in Bromley. The event is designed to encourage being more active with a range of exciting 20 minute taster sessions...

Walking Tigers

We have a wonderful team of ‘Walking Tigers’ taking part in an incredible challenge this July in aid of CCT Tiger Ward. The 20-strong team, a group of school buddies from Wilmington, have decided to put their friendship to the ultimate test and take their reunion to...

Skydive Update

Congratulations and a massive thank you to our amazing skydivers for taking the plunge on Saturday 11th March. Trustee Michael Douglas and CCT Group Trustee Stacey Brown popped down to the Headcorn Skydive Centre to wish them all luck. Our skydivers could not have...

Early Warning Update

Thank you to Brenda Amin for hosting our first 2017 coffee morning raising £300 for The CCT. We had the pleasure of meeting Brenda at one of our charity events in November last year.   HSL Chairs in Orpington organised a coffee morning in store on 6th March for...

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