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Molly, her sister and friend modelling CLIC Sargent tote bags

New questionnaire asks children with cancer what would make their lives easier

Wednesday 15 September 2021

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Merryn’s story: “Without CLIC Sargent I think we would have been wandering around in a state of shock for some time”

Tuesday 17 November 2020

Merryn's family were supported by a CLIC Sargent social worker after she was diagnosed with a brain tumour and cancer of the nervous system last year

CLIC Sargent calls for public support as shops close

Wednesday 4 November 2020

CLIC Sargent is calling for public support as it faces a £230k loss in Christmas sales at its shops as they close their doors for the latest lockdown in England.

Young cancer survivor releases single to give something back to charity that helped her through it

Tuesday 11 June 2019

Young cancer survivor, Spod Bailey (stage name Eirra), is making her musical dreams come ‘Alive’ on 7th June with the self-release of her new digital single. The song was inspired by Spod’s journey through cancer treatment and expresses her deep gratitude for life.

Lauren’s story: Looking back at cancer journey 20 years on

Friday 10 June 2022

Lauren was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2001 when she was aged just 14. Now 20 years on, Lauren is cancer-free, has three children, and has written a book based on her diary from her cancer journey. Here, Lauren shares her story.