Yorkshire Cancer Research - Latest News, events and updates
Fundraising for Yorkshire Cancer Research through the Selby Three Swans Sportive has now exceeded £50,000. About 1,100 people took part in the fifth annual event on Sunday, September 3, which was organised by Yorkshire Cancer Research in partnership with Selby Cycling Club, Selby District Council, and ‘Inspiring healthy lifestyles’, leisure operator for the council. The event has become a firm favourite with cyclists of all abilities due to […]
Join Yorkshire Cancer Research at Dalby Forest this Christmas to raise money for a great Claus! With a 2K dash (recommended for under 10s) and a 5K run, there’s something for all the family.
Entry includes a Santa suit, medal & mince pie as well as free parking and 10% off the Christmas tree sale at Dalby Forest.
Yorkshire Cancer Research is funding a new, exciting community health programme called ‘Wise Up To Cancer’. The programme aims to lower cancer risk by promoting healthy lifestyles, encouraging people to take part in their cancer screening and look out for cancer signs and symptoms.
We have announced the appointment of Dr Kathryn Scott as our new Chief Executive.
Dr Scott joined the charity in 2008 and previously held the position of Director of Research and Innovation. She succeeds Charles Rowett, who had led the organisation since June 2012.
Dr Scott was integral to formulating the charity’s ambitious 10-year strategy launched in 2015, which aims to invest £100m across Yorkshire so by 2025 at least 2,000 more people in the region survive cancer every year.
Find out more about joining Team Yorkshire and helping the people of Yorkshire avoid, survive and cope with cancer. From holding a Yorkshire Teaparty to running a marathon or organising a dress down day at work, there are endless ways to be part of the team. Join Team Yorkshire and be part of something special. We’ll be here to support you every step of the way.
Our vision is that every single person in every community in and around Yorkshire has the very best chance of living a long and healthy life with, without and beyond cancer. By 2025 we want to ensure that at least 2,000 more people in the region survive cancer every year. Find out how we are doing this and how you can help.