Oxford doctor sets off on dream Land’s End to John O’Groats challenge

The consultant from Botley in Oxford has worked in the NHS for over 30 years and is marking his recent retirement by tackling the world-famous walk from Land’s End to John O’Groats. The day before setting off David popped into the charity office and told us why he is taking on the 1,200-mile challenge. Read more

A Forklift experience raising funds for the Horton General.

In May a group of lucky folks from Banbury were able to take part in this special experience – whilst also raising funds for the Horton General Hospital.  Anne Marshall from Stackers Training organised the event that took place at their training centre just outside Banbury.  The attendees tackled some steering exercises and even did some box stacking! Read more

Local teacher organises charity football match to raise funds for the Oxford Children’s Hospital.

Jonathan, a teacher at Holtspur School in Beaconsfield, chose to organise a fundraiser because two young children from his school have been patients at the Children’s Hospital over the past year, requiring multiple operations, support, and care. Read more

Pete took on the Isle of Wight - Ultra Challenge for the Cancer Centre at the Churchill Hospital.

Meet Pete Collison. Pete recently took part in the Isle of Wight Ultra Challenge - running 106km around the Island’s stunning coastal path, past the iconic Needles and historic town of Cowes. Read more

Team ‘Wait for Me Willis’ Complete Jurassic Coast Ultra Challenge

Hospital staff tackle 58km challenge to support Neuroscience Unit at John Radcliffe Hospital Read more

Brightening spirits at the Churchill

The charity team went to visit the Teenage, Young Adult Cancer department at the Churchill Hospital with some special treats for the patients to mark the end of Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Awareness month. Read more

Tingewick team tackle Three Peaks

A group of Oxford Medical students tackled the Three Peaks this April, as part of their annual charity challenge. Read more