Previous events 

Prudential Ride London 2016

Thanks to all our Prudential RideLondon-Surrey cyclists this year! If you would like a place in 2017 and can raise £500 or more please contact us!

British 10K London Run 2016

Thanks to our wonderful British 10K London Run team who raised £8,000! If you would like to join our 2016 team please get in touch. All runners need to raise £150.

Our 2015 Ride London-Surrey cyclists raised £3000, many thanks! Please get in touch if you would like to join our 2016 team. All cyclists need to raise £500

London Bridgathon 2015

Cyclotopia 2016

Haematology Bake Off

Our first Haematology Bake Off was a great success. Pictured is winner Hannah Gunther, winner of the Showstopper category with her Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate cake. 

The judges are Lulu Grimes, cookery writer and deputy editor, Olive Magazine and (haematology) Professor Asim Kwaja. The winners all received a copy of Olive and BBC Good Food Magazine together with a cookery book donated by Lulu.The overall winner was an iced carrot cake from the Bone Marrow Transplant Team who also won tea for two at a London Hotel.

£200 was raised for the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Unit.  Look out for the next Haematology Bake Off!

 

Bluefin Solutions

Pictured with Bluefin are UCH staff right to left: Clare Evans Ambulatory Care Sister, Sheila Hegarty, Haematology Counsellor, Sara Goldman, Fundraiser and far left Elaine Charlesworth, Complementary Therapy Manager.

IT consultancy, Bluefin Solutions raised almost £30,000 towards an apheresis machine for the Cancer Centre on 21 June. They found interesting ways to raise funds including a London to Land's End Relay, a Beetroot Bake Off and a Comedy Evening at the Sway Bar in Covent Garden.  They supported the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Unit in memory of their colleague Ian Curtis, who was a patient in the Unit. Apheresis machines are used for stem cell transplants for patients with leukaemia and lymphoma and give essential treatment for myeloma and sickle cell disease patients and cost £40,000. This is part of Haematology's fleet of eight new machines in the Cancer Centre.