Prudential RideLondon for Topic of Cancer
Developed by the Mayor of London and his agencies in 2013, Prudential RideLondon is the world’s greatest festival of cycling. The seventh edition will take place over the weekend of 3-4 August 2019.
There is no other closed-road event like it that combines the fun and accessible element of a free family ride in central London with the excitement of watching the world’s best professional cyclists race in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic and Prudential RideLondon Classique.
Taking a cue from the London Marathon , amateur cyclists also participate in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 – a 100-mile challenge on the same closed roads as the professionals, with the added incentive of raising money for good causes. Since 2016, the event has also featured the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46 – a 46-mile sportive created specifically for newer and also younger cyclists, and in 2018 the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 19 was added to the programme.
We only have 8 places left so clean off your bike, get on the road and have fun.
Thank you, thank you very much for your continued support – it’s a great event and a great fun day out!
Karen Fredborg is walking the Thames Path Challenge for Topic of Cancer – here’s her story.
I’m raising money to fund Dr Nicola Annels and her ground-breaking research into immunotherapy – for bladder and other cancers. As cancers grow, they start to fool the immune system so that the body cannot recognise them and therefore destroy them. So Nicola is developing a new cancer-killing virus to treat cancer – the virus will kick start the immune system to specifically target, infect and destroy cancer cells very efficiently, without causing the awful side effects that traditional chemo and radiotherapy cause. Immunotherapy treatment also means that the body will be primed to fight the cancer if it reoccurs. Nicola is based at the University of Surrey and her cancer research team is one of the few centres in the UK that is leading the way in immunotherapy.
I will walk the Thames Path Challenge 50k in September 2019. My target is £500 – £10 for every kilometre, £1 for every 100metres. I am excited about Nicola’s work, just imagine such important research takes place at our local university! I also love the fact that Topic of Cancer spends less than 1% on admin. This is extremely low and means that pretty much all the money!
Here’s Karen’s fund raising page, please support her https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-display/showROFundraiserPage?userUrl=KarenFredborg&pageUrl=1
If you want to join Karen in raising funds for Topic of Karen – here’s the details https://www.thamespathchallenge.com/
Aldershot Proms are happening on Saturday 12th of October at 7:30pm.
Tickets: £13 / Child £7.50 (Including Entrance, Programme and Proms Flag)
This concert is in aid of the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal and Topic of Cancer, a charity based in Guildford carrying out research into fighting cancer using the body’s immune system.
More than 35 musicians of the Farnborough Concert Band of the Royal British Legion will
be directed by Mark Atkins. They will perform a lively mix of music but, as always, the
evening concert will finish with the usual patriotic finale including ‘Land of Hope and
Glory’ and ‘Rule Britannia’. The annual proms concert has raised nearly £100,000 over
recent years for the Royal British Legion and other charities
Here are the full details:
Farnborough Concert Band of the Royal British Legion presents a Charity Concert: The Aldershot Proms!
The concert will be on Saturday the 12th October at Princes Hall Aldershot. Princes Way, Aldershot GU11 1NX
Tickets are £13 for adults and half price for under 16’s Booking can be made by calling 01252 329155 https://www.princeshall.com/event/94201/aldershot-proms
The concert is for the Royal British Legion and Topic of Cancer sponsored by BAE Systems.
Topic of Cancer is a registered charity in England and Wales, registered no. 1151079.
Sir Paul Beresford MP | Michael Buerk | Jason Buttery | Fiona Castle OBE | Michael Elwyn | Yvonne Hall | Martin O'Donnell | Anne Powell-Evans | Glyn Powell-Evans | Colin Roy | Alison Steadman OBE
Janet Baker | Dr Tim Crook | Nigel Lewis-Baker MBE (Chair) | Alan Loryman (Treasurer) | Prof. Hardev Pandha | Anne Powell-Evans | Kim Ronaldson