Glory of Christmas Concert 2016

We were delighted to welcome our Patron HRH Princess Alexandra and over 450 guests to our 11th Glory of Christmas Concert recently at St Johns Smith Square in London.  Guests enjoyed rousing Christmas classics from Rutter, Vivaldi and Britten performed by the Thames Chamber Orchestra with the choir of Christ’s College, Cambridge as well as seasonal carols.  Simon Drummond-Brady and Jorn Dixon-Osterbro read festive poems to the audience and Peter Rhys Evans and Professor Kevin Harrington updated the audience with Oracle’s progress with research.   Thanks for the generous support of our donors, we are now the UK’s largest Charity solely dedicated to funding pioneering head and neck cancer research projects.

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Trekking for a Cause: Conquering the Sahara Desert

In February Toby, Lou, Greten, and Fran embarked on a remarkable journey across the Sahara Desert as part of the Oracle Cancer Trust Sahara Challenge.  Their mission was not only…

158.38 miles (254.88 Km) in 32 days, a true inspiration!

Immaculate’s story We are delighted to share Immaculate raised over £4,500 for Oracle Cancer Trust and Second Chance Head and Neck Cancer Group. Immaculate walked 158.38 miles (254.88 Km) in…

Brave Hearts Take the Plunge

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Ed Vanson and Guy Randall strike a chord for good with #Tedstock

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Peter’s Passion: A Golf Tournament that Tees Up Charity Support

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Walking the North Downs Way in Memory of Dad

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192 Mile coast-to-coast walk to mark 5 years cancer free

5 years after receiving treatment for a nasty Head and Neck cancer, Caroline Outterside, considers herself as one of the lucky ones and wants to give back. Accompanied by her…

Young Tongues Fund Launch

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Inaugural Peter Rhys-Evans Memorial Trophy won at Oracle Cancer Trust Golf Day

Oracle Cancer Trust’s annual Golf Day at the exclusive Cowdray Estate raises £9,043.26, whilst crowing first Peter Rhys-Evans Memorial champions.  On a fabulously sunny morning in May, at the breathtakingly…

Tubby FC hold charity match in memory of George Johnston

On the 19th May Tubby FC took on Whittington Cat FC at St Benedicts RUFC in Whitehaven in support of Oracle Cancer Trust and in memory of George Johnston and…

Lauren comes to the rescue and completes London Marathon 2023 for Oracle

Oracle Cancer Trust thrilled as Lauren Graham bravely steps up to run the London Marathon with only weeks’ notice following fellow runners’ injury. With only weeks’ to go until the…

9th Annual Charity Spring Ball in aid of Oracle Cancer Trust raises over 3k

Long term Oracle Cancer Trust supporter Angela Bryant, who was diagnosed with tonsil cancer in 2010, hosts annual charity spring ball for the 9th time and raises £3,603 for the…

#TeamOracle completes Chiltern Challenge

Group of Oracle Cancer Trust Fundraisers complete 20 mile Chiltern Challenge on East Monday. The day started with dark skies and torrential rain, but that wasn’t going to stop our…

Appeal update

Our Missing Cancer Patients Appeal update