CHECT members day is a roaring success

CHECT's Development Manager Matt Croxall talks about a very successful members day… Families in the North West region had a ‘monster’ of a day out this October during our visit to Liverpool’s fabulous World Museum. A fun and educational...

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Due to a retirement within the team, an opportunity has been created for an Orbital Prosthetist with the National Artificial Eye Service, based in Cambridge. As most CHECT members are aware, the NAES manufactures and fits artificial eyes and provides ongoing care and...

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When the going gets tough!

Childhood Eye Cancer Trust member Jane Harrison, rose to the Tough Mudder challenge to raise vital funds for the trust. Jane takes us through her adventure. Well I completed Tough Mudder this weekend... 10.6 miles in the toughest terrain in the...

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Join CHECT’s Teddy Bears Picnic

Poor Chester the CHECT bear. He's already missing his pals now school's broken up for the summer. Luckily, we've thought of a way to put a smile back on Chester's face - we're arranging a Teddy Bears Picnic for him. It would make him very happy...

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Eight go mad in Essex

CHECT has just held its first teenage weekend away – giving young people affected by retinoblastoma the chance to share their experiences with one another and tackle some of the challenges they may be facing. Here teenage members Tor Moore and...

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Eye cancer societies join hands across Europe

Last week the world's foremost eye surgeons and cancer specialists gathered in Paris. Top of the agenda at the International Society for Ocular Oncology meeting was progress in treatment for retinoblastoma (Rb), the most common eye cancer of...

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Supporting Small Charity Week

Fundraising manager Emma Tyler takes a look at the importance of Small Charity Week and why Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) is supporting it. Getting involved June 15 to 20 is Small Charity Week (SCW), a celebration of all the fantastic work...

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