Whether you need a reason or not to enjoy a relaxing moment with family, friends or colleagues, then here’s your perfect excuse.
Take comfort in a ‘Cake Break’, share time together over a yummy sweet treat and show people you really care. Whether you bake it or buy it, sharing a cake, a pie or a pudding always feels like a treat and it tastes even sweeter when you’re raising funds and having fun.
Chris Helme, who first rose to prominence as the front man of John Squire’s post-Stone Roses band ‘The Seahorses’ released his debut solo album in more recent years. He is rightfully remembered for the anthemic Britpop classics Love Is The Law and Blinded By The Sun – songs that evoked everything the 90’s stood for.
In a show in aid of Cavendish Cancer Care, a local charity, we see Helme perform alongside guests in an evening of entertainment. Guests will include Cavendish Cancer Care favorites local band Murder and the Seaside.
This is Lynn. She used to work at Cavendish as Head of Therapy until her retirement but Cavendish is always close to her heart. Lynn has just completed a year long challenge walking 25 miles every month for our 25th anniversary year. That’s a whopping 300 miles or the equivalent of walking to Cardiff and back! She has raised a superb £987.
Businesses across the city region are being urged to sign up for this year’s Mistress Cutler’s Challenge lead by Mistress Cutler Dr Julie Edwards in support of The Children’s Hospital Charity and Cavendish Cancer Care.
Each year we provide care to more than 1,500 people who are faced with the impact a cancer diagnosis can have on their lives. We are here to listen, offer counselling, therapies and physical support. We provide the care these families deserve.
Cavendish Cancer Care is a local Sheffield charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for people living with cancer in South Yorkshire, North Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. We believe no one should face cancer alone, so we provide emotional support through counselling and complementary therapies to the patient, their carer and their children. Our services are provided free of charge and we rely on the donations from supporters and help from volunteers to continue our work. We provide the support that local families deserve.
I never used to notice the weather or the trees. But now I get up in the morning and think to myself, ‘Welcome to another day on planet earth’.
The primary benefit was that it refocused me. I learnt how to vent the anger that was all bottled up. I mean, 7 weeks of radiotherapy and chemo and it’s got to come out. It’s essential.
I just loved how Anna would say, “Yesterday has gone. Put it behind you. Your problems are not your fault or your wife’s. Let it go.”
I enjoy life much better now than before the cancer.
I haven’t changed as a person, but cars … money … this and that, it doesn’t mean anything.