Amber Ball 2012 – a record £60,000 raised!

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who supported us on Friday, 16th March at our recent Amber Ball, held at the Landmark London Hotel.  London’s great and good gathered to raise funds for the Brain Tumour Research Campaign – A RECORD £60,000 WAS RAISED for our campaign, to support research into brain tumours at Imperial College’s Charing Cross Hospital.  Guest auctioneer JEFFREY ARCHER rallied the audience to bid for some amazing live auction prizes which included the Celebrity Big Brother Chair and a trip-of-a-lifetime to Cambodia, while some “money-can’t-buy” silent auction prizes helped to swell the takings. BTRC was thrilled to raise so much money for much-needed research, thanks to the generosity of the guests and the prize-givers.

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Amber Ball Photos

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When Bill Tarmey quit Coronation Street …

When Bill Tarmey quit Coronation Street many thought it was for his own health, but here he reveals it was to care for his son

After 30 years playing Jack Duckworth the 70-year-old decided he wanted to care for his son Carl who has battled with a brain tumour.

Full Story:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2096445/When-Bill-Tarmey-quit-Coronation-Street-thought-health-reveals-care-son.html

05 February 2012
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Festival of Christmas Carols and Readings

Wednesday, 7th December, 2011. 7-8pm

Thank you to everyone who joined us for a Festival of Christmas Carols and Readings.  The evening was dedicated to raising awareness of the plight of brain tumour sufferers. It was a great success raising more than £2000!  A most enjoyable festive evening followed by champagne and seasonal refreshments.  We hope to make this an annual event at All Saints, Fulham.

>>> See photos here with many thanks to our photographer Tony Gamble

 

 

 

Fashion Show and Luncheon

20th October, 2011

A Fashion Show and Luncheon with Marie Helvin and Maria Grachvogel (one of Britain’s top fashion designers) was held at Mosimann’s Private Members Club on Thursday October 20th.

One of the original supermodels, Marie Helvin is one of Maria’s best-known clients and hosted the luncheon in aid of the Brain Tumour Research Campaign, a charity to Marie’s heart (she is one of our celebrity champions).  Thank you to everyone who helped us raise £1855.00 for BTRC.

 

* STOP PRESS – Amber Ball 2011 raises £50,000! *

18th March, 2011

We are delighted to announce that we raised £50,000 at the Amber Ball on Friday evening, 18th March, 2011.

Our heartfelt thanks to those of you who came along, who donated prizes, who bought them or won them!

Thanks, too, to all our sponsors and everyone who helped us to make it such a successful evening.

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Christmas Magic

December, 2010

The Fairy Princess“CHRISTMAS MAGIC”

One of our supporters who has a passion for music (like so many of us, has been touched by brain tumours, having a young grand-daughter who had surgery to remove a brain tumour at the age of 2) is composing a children’s opera, which he hopes will ultimately be performed as a Gala Presentation by celebrity singers and musicians, but will also serve as an educational tool for children in schools. He has generously pledged to donate a portion of any commercial proceeds from the sale of the finished work to BTRC.

Here is a short excerpt from one of the songs, “The Fairy Princess.”

“Wherever children sing and play,
She’s never very far away,
If a problem you will share,
Just think of her and she’ll be there.

When she’s spread her wings and flown away,
remember well the happy day,
She promised you, she’ll always care
For little children everywhere.
Yes she promised you that she will care
For little children everywhere”.

You can listen to the music by The Fairy Princess