London to Brighton 2017

We had so much fun on our London to Brighton ride for 2017, with Adam W, Paul, Stevie, Sophie, Tom, Ryan, Louise, Jo, Lenny and Adam L, cycling the distance from The Royal Marsden Hospital to Brighton, on one of the hottest nicest rides we’ve had in a number of years.

This year was a little different as we decided to run the ride a week before we usually do, as we had the Wimbledon Fair the following weekend, but we were really glad that we did. As normal we took the route from The Royal Marsden Hospital in Sutton, down to Brighton. Many riders decided to cycle over to the start this year, so ended up covering a lot more distance than we have in previous years.

It really was a fantastic day, with riders raising lots of money and the supporters doing a fantastic job of raising over £300 en route too! Massive thanks go out to the stag and hen parties in Brighton who made it a real giggle, especially swapping shirts with Stevie!

Check out the Gallery below:

Epsom Rock Choir Mystery Bus Tour

Huge thanks to Jane Derrick and the amazing Epsom Rock Choir.

They brightened the day for people in Epsom today with the wonderful singing and raised £350 for Emma’s Bubble Trust !!

The Royal Marsden’s Thank You

Carly Snowball, Matron and Lead PTC Nurse for The Oak Centre for Children and Young People @ The Royal Marsden Hospital, shares some fantastic news about the usage of the flat that we purchased through all of your amazing fundraising efforts.

Ben Hill does the Santa Run

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Royal Parks Half Marathon

Congratulations to Francesca Cross for completing the Royal Parks Half Marathon on the 9th October, for Emma’s Bubble Trust. Francesca ran a fantastic time of 2 hours, 22 minutes!!
Thank you Cesca, your support means a lot


Emma’s Bubble Trust Flat

As many of you are aware our flat is now being used by both patients having to attend daycare for chemotherapy and by parents of teenagers having to stay at the hospital.

By being able to stay locally in the flat it makes life so much easier, cutting down on travel expenses and having the reassurance that they are a stones throw away from the hospital if they are needed.

We have had positive feedback from those that have stayed, saying how welcoming, comfortable and convenient it is, which is great!

Thank you so much to all those that have supported us and fundraised to help this to have become possible. Let’s hope that we can continue to offer this support to families that need it for many years to come.

Pictures of the flat can be seen below..

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Fun at Goodwood

Chris, Bec and their beautiful daughter Heidi sent us these great photographs of their day at The Goodwood Revival in September. Chris was the successful bidder in the auction at our annual ball last December.

Our thanks go to Paul Pike for donations the tickets and to The Dormer family for taking part in the auction. We are pleased that you had such a great day!


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A great day was had on Sunday at Trifest in Auriol

A great day was had on Sunday at Trifest in Auriol Park.
Thank you to everyone who supported us especially this little girl who
won our star prize!

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Gin Experience

14100503_10210378060426815_1165630190180257296_nIan McCulloch one of our trustees hosted a great evening last Saturday 3rd September at his gin distillery at The Silent Pool.

We learned how the gin is made and how they came up with the great blend giving the Silent Pool gin it’s lovely taste. We were greeted with a G&T in one of their beautiful glasses and after the tour were then invited to sample some of the other products that they are making too.

Unfortunately the sun didn’t shine and the rain fell down in torrents but that didn’t spoil the evening at all. I think I can speak for all those that attended that we had a great time, learnt a lot and for me personally I had my first Gin and tonic and loved it!

If you are in the Shere/ Albury area do pop in, it is well worth a visit. Take your money with you though as you won’t be able to resist a purchase or two!

Angela’s Isle of Wight Challenge

20160430_124445_resized_1Our good friend Angela carried out an intense walking challenge around the Isle of Wight. Here’s her story of the day:

Despite numerous miles in training walks, purchase of all required gear, strapping of feet, the consumption of many pain killers and the benefits of having a great support team with us in the IOW I didn’t finish the challenge. My hips eventually got the better of me and cramp eventually ended it for me after 46kms and 12 hours of walking. I feel desperately disappointed not to have got further but glad that I at least tried. I’ve made new friends whilst doing the challenge, seen parts of Kent during training walks that I’ve never seen before (and in some cases don’t want to see again) and been to the IOW, which was a first for me. We were lucky with the weather apart from the hail storm on the afternoon of the first day when we sheltered in a hay barn. Most important of all over £1,200 was raised for Emma’s Bubble Trust which is fantastic and I thank you all again for your wonderful support.

For my part I have yet to undertake anything longer than a stroll around the village green with the dog, my walking boots are out of sight and will remain so until I have all my toe nails back and my hips are not a permanent reminder of the challenge!!

Thanks once again to each any everyone of you, its been really humbling to have had your support.


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