Tramlines Festival Raises £14,500 for Cavendish

We are blown away to have received an amazing £14,500 from the Tramlines Festival Team, as a result of their fundraising in memory of late Tramlines Director Sarah Nulty.

This money equates to a year’s worth of hypnotherapy sessions at our centre. This service helps cancer patients and their loved ones cope with anxiety and take control of their situation. We also use it to help patients beat phobias, such as needle phobia and claustrophobia, so they can access the cancer treatment they need.

Various fundraising streams were set up at the Tramlines 10th Anniversary in 2018 including guest list donations, merchandise and bar spends. Tramlines director Timm Cleasby, and a team from music venue The Leadmill, will be running the Sheffield Half Marathon on 14 April in aid of Cavendish Cancer Care and Weston Park. A group of Sarah Nulty’s family and friends, including her mum Julie, will also be taking on the run. You can support them by following the links below:

Nulty Family and Friends page
Timm Cleasby’s page
The Leadmill Page

Danielle Gigg, festival producer at Tramlines said: “It’s been great to raise so much money for two charities that worked closely with Sarah and did so much for her. It’s amazing to see her legacy live on in the city in lots of different ways. The gap in my life since she passed will always be there, but watching people continue to celebrate her is a real comfort.”