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Simply Beverley Brass Band in Concert - April 4th at Swanland Village Hall

Following our successful concert at Swanland Village Hall last year when you helped us raise over £300 for the Teenage Cancer Trust Castle Hill Ward the band is returning and playing none Crsitams music thsi time from teh band new music selection for 2013.

Beverley Brass Band
Beverley Brass Band

Doors open at 7pm for 7.30pm start. Please note this is a 'table venue' so you are welcome to bring your own refreshments, glasses and nibbles.

Tickets: Adults £6.00, children £3.00 can be reserved by emailing Iain Colquhoun or ring 01482 634752.

Find out more about Beverley Brass Band and about our other performances at the band's website.

Thank you for supporting Midsummer Music Madness on 21st July

Yes we had a little MADNESS again!

MIDSUMMER MUSIC MADNESS at the home of Hull Rugby Football Club YPI – Chanterlands Avenue, Hull.

We trust all will agree we had a great afternoon / evening's entertainment in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust unit at Castle Hill Hospital Cottingham.
Teenage Cancer Trust builds specialist units within NHS hospitals, bringing young people together to be treated by teenage cancer experts in a place designed just for them. These units are designed to feel like a home from home, where young people will be comfortable. The walls are bright, the furniture is funky, there might be pool tables and a jukebox, and there's always a place to watch films and surf the net

The afternoon will comprised of some great acoustic acts including Hase Waits, Loose Covers and Hull Ukulele Group. Later we will staged a great band 'Something Nasty in the Woodshed, The Haley Sisters and The Contraband who ensured we all ended the night on the dance floor!

Hull YPI were great hosts for our event and grateful thanks to all who helped us out so generously. Thanks also to those who donated promises or raffle prizes, our gallant helpers and all those brilliant musicians. But most of all thanks to everyone who turned up and supported us. Thank you and we hope to see you all again next year.

Need more music? Please visit the home of HAM and MsMM

The Madness Team

Derby Match Hull FC V Hull Kingston Rovers 20th July 2008

One of the memorable events of Hull FC’s support of Rugby Tackling Teenage Cancer in 2008 was the local derby match, held at the KC Stadium on Sunday 20th July.

The Stadium Management allowed us to have a bucket collection which raised in excess of £2,000.00.  We understand that this was a record for of such an event at the KC.

The “bucketeers” i.e. those wielding the collecting buckets, crossed the East/West divide.  The Rovers supporters amongst them are very keen to promote Rugby Tackling Teenage Cancer at Craven Park in the future.

Healthy rivalry between the clubs can only be an advantage to our charity. Rugby Tackling Teenage Cancer started in Hull and it would be brilliant to have both of our Superleague teams on board. More....

Photo taken for press release at the KC Stadium
 Cheques being presented at the derby match   
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Chris and Greg Lound are pictured presenting Skipton Building Society’s cheque to Tony Sutton the financial director of Hull FC. David Brazier with Carole Headley presenting her cheque from the money she raised for the Teenage Cancer Trust from her fire walk.

Our new TCT RugbyTTC car sticker sponsored by Skipton Building Society Car Sticker!

You may have been there and got our new T-shirt but have you got one of our new car stickers? (Kindly sponsored by the Skipton Building Society) More...

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The 'Roving Away Strip'

Further use of the special ‘roving away kits’ will be made as they are warn by local TCT fundraisers on other fundraising events such as sponsored runs as well as by local celebrities and sportsmen and women who are willing to help publicise TCT.

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