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Cancer Research UK Ware
1 Feb 2019 - 1 Feb 2024

Gentlemen Jim

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Sean Smith

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In memory of

Terry Smith

17 Jan 1945 - 27 Jun 2020

CRUW, the official Cancer Research UK volunteer fundraising team for Ware and Hertford, have raised a huge £200,000 since the group’s inception in May 2010 and are steadily working towards their next goal of a quarter of a million pounds.

The small and dynamic fundraising team have completed a number of events and activities to raise funds. These have included selling items at Race For Life, hosting quiz nights, race nights, fashion shows and teaming up with Hertford Regional College for pamper evenings at the Inspires Salon and a multi-course dinner at The Atrium Restaurant.

The group would like to thank all their supporters and donors who have helped raise these funds for such a good cause. They are always looking for more volunteers to give a few hours of their time for collections and fundraising events. You can help CRUW hit their quarter of a million pound milestone by setting up a fundraising page on this website!
Information regarding future activities and how to join the group can be found at http://cruw.org/

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Brain cancer

Each year in the UK, more than 9,400 people are diagnosed with tumours that start in the brain or elsewhere in the central nervous system. With more than 100 different types of brain tumour, donations can help Cancer Research UK find out what causes them and develop better treatments to improve the outlook for patients.