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  • Our new FIGHT magazine

    We are Proud to announce the launch of our new Fight magazine

    At the end of June, we launched the first edition of our new Fight magazine, at the BAUS conference in Liverpool. The first ever quality magazine for the whole bladder cancer community of clinicians, nurses, researchers, patients and carers.


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  • The Wee Bookshop & Cafe - Open Gardens 2016

    Garden Themed Weekend in Chinnor

    Chinnor Open Gardens Weekend 4th & 5th June 2016
    Call in and see us at The Wee Bookshop & Cafe

    We are open all weekend. Perfect for a Refreshment Break, Continental breakfast, Lunch or Afternoon Tea, both inside and outside in our courtyard garden.
    Browse our pre-loved books, including a great gardening selection.  Listen to a brilliant local band playing Irish American folk music to keep your tired feet tapping.


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  • Corrie stars help raise awareness

    We get star struck on The Street

    We were over the moon when Claire King, star of ITV's longest standing soap opera, Coronation Street, offered to don an FBC T-shirt for us. Posing in our Wee, Wee, Wee T-shirts with co-stars Shayne Ward, Beverly Callard and Kym Marsh between takes on the show, Claire wanted to help us raise awareness of bladder cancer.

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  • The London Shine Walk

    Walking for Pete

    Eve lost her husband, Pete, to complications arising from bladder cancer two years ago. She decided to take part in this year’s Shine Walk in London to help raise awareness and fundraise for Fight Bladder Cancer, raising an incredible £840.

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  • A night to remember!

    The inaugural FBC Dinner Dance

    What an amazing night was had by all those who attended the first ever Fight Bladder Cancer Dinner Dance on 5th September 2015 at the Village Urban Resort, Solihull. On this beautiful day in September over a hundred and twenty five people gathered to celebrate the life of one very special young lady, and commemorate other loved ones lost to bladder cancer.

    The brainchild of Spike and James, the Dance was a memorial event for Sarah (their fellow bladder buddy), a vibrant young woman and inspirational member of the FBC family, who we sadly lost to bladder cancer at the end of last year. It was an exceptional evening of joy, tears, laughter … and some pretty hardcore partying!

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