Fifteen cyclists took to the Border roads on Sunday 21st August to raise funds for the Katie
McKerracher Trust as part of the Ken Laidlaw Sportif. There were two routes – 52 miles
and 105 miles – with participants taking between 3 and 7 hours to complete their chosen
route. The fundraisers were kitted out in specially designed cycle shirts, and were given
the honour of leading the event through Hawick Town Centre (see photo). We would like
to thank Hawick Cycle Club for its generosity and for organising such a fantastic event.
We would also like to thank all of the supporters who cheered us on and ran the essential
Scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital are starting a phase I clinical trial of a vaccine-based treatment for Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Gliomas, the deadliest childhood cancer. Click here for article.
And in the UK the McClay Foundation has awarded Samanatha Dickson Brain Tumour Trust £13,000 towards one of their research projects; a phase II study of temozolomide with radiotherapy for diffuse pontine gliomas (DIPG) in children.no comments
Katie has made it onto the front page of the newly published Brain Tumour magazine. The International Brain Tumour Alliance asked if they could use the photo of Katie on the Three Brethern and we agreed.
There is a wee article inside on our walk to Three Brethern for IBTA walk around the world. Plus the Trust is featured under support organisations.no comments
A fundraiser organised by Jeremy Brett, Brett Investments, raised over£1300 on 13th March 2011. Around 60 people enjoyed an afternoon at the Townhouse in Melrose watching the ’97 Lions game and the Calcutta Cup. Martin Baird Butchers provided the very tasty pies and Alan Mathieson kindly organised the entertainment. Thanks to the Townhouse and Burts for the venue.no comments
Established a connection with Contact a Family and agreed to share further information once new website in place .no comments