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Neuroblastoma UK official charity of Triple fff Brewery - September 2020

Neuroblastoma UK official charity of Triple fff Brewery - September 2020

For many families, the first time they hear the word ‘neuroblastoma’ is when their child is diagnosed. Neuroblastoma is a rare and aggressive childhood cancer, affecting around 100 children every year - and a diagnosis can be a total shock for families. This September, we want to help people understand more about this rare cancer. Please join us in raising awareness of the devastating impact of neuroblastoma and together, we can fight childhood cancer. For parents of past and present pupils at Four Marks Primary School, your children will no doubt have played on Greg's Playground, built in memory of Gregory Faithfull who died from Neuroblastoma in 2004. Our friend and Four Marks resident, Tony Heddon, has since dedicated himself to raising as much money as possible to fund research into finding a cure. We were proud to be part of the Quiz Night hosted by charity patron Alan Carr in March and are even prouder to now officially name Nueroblastoma UK as Triple fff's official charity. To mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Neuroblastoma UK has collaborated with established and emerging artists to create a range of limited edition t-shirts to help fight childhood cancer. The exclusive t-shirts feature designs by a notable line-up including Nat Bowen, Luca Bornoffi, Rex Southwick, Crystal Fischetti and Emily Sutton, hotly-tipped by Tatler magazine to be one of the new ‘greats’ of the art world. The initiative is part of The One Sock Artist project, founded by Stella Gittins, whose daughter was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in 2019. Our bar staff will be wearing their t-shirts in place of their uniform for the entirety of September and you can get yours here to show your support
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