Arthur Terry pupils raise £530 for CL

24th November 2017


 

Pupils from Arthur Terry School raise £530 for Cure Leukaemia

 

65 pupils from Arthur Terry school in Sutton Coldfield have raised £530 for Cure Leukaemia after they took part in the Great Midlands Fun Run in June this year. Over 6,000 took part in the event with over £260,000 raised for a wide range of charities.

All funds raised by the Arthur Terry pupils for Cure Leukaemia will go towards the £1m Appeal to fund the expansion of the Centre for Clinical Haematology at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. The expanded Centre will have double the capacity for blood cancer patients, groundbreaking clinical trials and specialist research nurse positions. Thousands of patients will benefit from the expanded Centre in the coming years.

Since the event was first held in 2003, over £3m has been raised and ditributed to worthwhile causes. You can register for the event on Sunday 3rd June 2018 here from February 4th 2018.

 

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