“CLAN could not provide the services it does without volunteers.”
” It’s nice to feel involved – it makes you feel even more passionate about what CLAN does.””
“I expect health boards to listen to what people with cancer are saying about what matters to them, and make improvements based on their views.”
Taking on Etape Loch Ness for the first time is Orkney-based Marty Flett and Aberdeen-based friend, Iain Stanger, who will be raising funds for CLAN Cancer Support.
“It’s a vital area of study with the potential to really benefit patients who’ve received hip transplants, it could go a long way to changing the outcomes. We’re very grateful to Heart Research UK for allowing us to undertake this research.”
This amazing bungee jump will take place on Saturday 29th June 2019, from 9am – 7pm, at Aberdeen Beach Boulevard.
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“I’m very thankful to everyone who supported the event and helped to raise such a fantastic total. “
#ThinkCancerThinkCLAN has been made possible thanks to the support of Hydrasun which will support the campaign for the next 12 months.
CLAN Cancer Support has re-developed the garden at its CLAN House wellbeing and support centre on Aberdeen’s Westburn Road