Tony Mills - Children's Cancer Cause

Tony Mills
20 Sep - 20 Oct 2019

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Tony Mills - Children's Cancer Cause

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In memory of

Tony Mills

Tony Mills 1962-2019

Legendary singer Tony Mills (Shy, TNT ++) passed away at age 57 on September 18th, 2019 from terminal pancreatic cancer. While he himself gracefully accepted his destiny, claiming he had fulfilled most of his dreams and had enjoyed a good life, he also made it clear that if his name should be used for a charitable cause, it should be to support the fight against childhood cancer - “because no child should have to suffer what I was having to endure”.

If you have enjoyed Tony's contribution to music, or if you have shared a laugh, a hug or a kind exchange of words with him, please consider donating any amount of money in support of his chosen cause.

Latest updates


Kaalee Bailey



Remembering Tony Mills on his Birthday x


Gerhard Mirlein







+£10.00 Gift Aid

Big Love To my friend Tony Mills


Rohan Leach



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Thanks for decades of soaring melodies X


Roy Davis



It was a pleasure and an honour...
Cheers Tone


Frida Lamont



I didn't get to know Tony until last year 2018 so we didn't know each other very long but he's made a lasting impression.

Total raised£3,223.00



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Childhood cancer

Each year, around 1,500 children are diagnosed with cancer in the UK. Thanks to major advances in research, around three-quarters of children with cancer now survive. Help Cancer Research UK discover better and kinder treatments for all cancers and to continue to improve overall survival for childhood cancer.