Pleased to report that the World Cancer Day organisation used a bit (about a second) of our flash mob video as an example of what people are doing to help fight cancer around the world! We also got a mention in the credits…
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Starbucks Eastbourne will be shutting their doors for this quiz in aide of Relay For Life so get thinking and join or form a team for only £3 per member – refreshments will be provided…
For those of you at last year’s event I am sure you will remember Avril’s lovely inspirational poem at the Opening Ceremony. This is from her website and she has kindly given us permission to share.
You don’t have to be part of a team to enter this one lap competition at Relay For Life Weekend. Just pamper your pooch and bring him/her along!
There will also be live music and various other entertainments including Pimms…
Best dressed dog lap at Relay For Life, Eastbourne. Saturday 2 June, 2.30 p.m, great prizes. £5 entry, all money going to Cancer Research UK. Interested? email us at email@example.com for more information.
So, over the period leading up to World Cancer Day on the 4th February 2018 we collected all together about £6,000 which is incredible and all the teams and everyone who helped should feel proud of themselves!
The Flash Mob at the Enterprise Centre was the icing on the cake which we hope will spread the word about our activities – viewing figures as of the 9th February 2018 are over 700!
Flash Mob Video from Today!
January 1st 2018
Two more of our teams braved the wet conditions today and managed to raise another £600! Amazing effort and also by the brave members of the public who contributed so generously.
See you there!
The first Team Meeting will be on Friday 26th January starting at 7pm at the Eastbourne Sports Park BN21 2UF
A Christmas Day Collection this morning netted another bonanza to add to our Relay for this year.
Both Relay For Life Chair Janet, and Eastbourne MP Stephen (also our president!) were out there to encourage the public to contribute – which they did in spades…