Our Scientific Director Dr. David Flavell explains about the life saving research work being funded by Leukaemia Busters.
We are very lucky to be able to announce that for the year 2017-18 the Ladies Captain of the Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club will be supporting Leukaemia Busters as her chosen charity. Naila Webb took her position up on Sunday 22nd October and is hoping to host various golf and social events at the Club in order to raise funds.
Naila has also announced that she will be taking part in the Leukaemia Busters Skydive Day on 19th May - Bravo and thank you!
Pictured below is Naila 'driving off' and also with her fellow Captains, Brian Letherdale (left) and Liam Holton, Junior Captain (centre).
Click on this link to see the video of William's Skydive on June 3rd - if that doesn't inspire you nothing will!!!
If you can't make May 19th, you can skydive for Leukaemia Busters any time with GoSkydive at Old Sarum in Salisbury or any other skydive school throughout the country. Simply sign up with your local airfield and then let us know and we will send you sponsorship forms and provided you raise a specified amount of sponsorship may even help you out with the cost of the dive.
GoSkydive would welcome anyone who wishes to jump for Leukaemia Busters - simply click here or give them a call on nd book a jump.
We are delighted to announce that on 27th October at 7.30p.m. the Charity Symphony Orchestra, under conductor Craig Lawton, will be performing to raise funds for Leukaemia Busters. The final details are still to be confirmed.
The programme will probably consist of:
Wagner - Overture to the Flying Dutchman
Wagner - Good Friday Music from Parsifal
Bruckner - Symphony No. 8
Tickets £15.00 (£12.00 concessions) available on the door or in advance. Contact details for tickets will be published here early in 2018.