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Designer and retailer George Davies visits Maggie's after pledging his support to the charity.
Join thousands of women and men Power Walking through the streets of Edinbugh on Saturday 7 June 2014.
The new Maggie's Centre was awarded a commendation by the Aberdeen Civic Society.
Presenting flowers to the Queen of Norway and The Duchess of Rothesay on 23 September.
Talented artist Johanna Basford has created a limited edition print to raise funds for Maggie’s.
This book is a profound and moving memoir of Maggie's visitors Rose T Clark and her partner John.
Judie, who lives in Darlington but was brought up in Consett near Newcastle, was thrilled to see the Centre open and providing support for people with cancer as well as their friends and families.
Keen cyclists are being encouraged to take part in a unique 24 hour event on the famous Silverstone race track.
Renowned artist Jack Vettriano and Scotmid Co-operative launched an exclusive shopping bag to raise funds for Maggie’s.
But support from Maggie's through the Where Now? course can lead people into a positive experience.
Maggie's Power Walk on 8 June will go from leafy Richmond Park along the Thames to Maggie's West London in Hammersmith.
More than 120 visitors enjoyed tea, cakes and a musical accompaniment to celebrate Maggie’s London’s fifth birthday.
Maggie's is delighted to work with designjunction as part of the London Design Festival.
Fifteen members from Scotmid Co-op are getting on their bikes and lacing up boots for Monster to raise £4,500 for Maggie's.
Linda Marshall, branch supervisor of Scotmid Coatshill, shaved her head on Saturday 13 April to raise funds for Maggie’s.
The Duchess of York joined Anne Robinson at a fundraising lunch for Maggie’s Barts at Le Cafe Anglais on March 19.
Fife Diet’s Seed Truck brings a smoothie making bike to Maggie’s Fife as part of the blossoming new friendship between Maggie’s and The Seed Truck.
STV presenter is urging women and men across Scotland to join her on 8 June 2013 at the Scottish MoonWalk Edinburgh.
Congratulations and thank you to Richard, who is going for Gold at Maggie's Monster Bike & Hike.
Regular 'Star Baker' James bakes a cake to celebrate signing up for Maggie's Monster Bike & Hike 2013.
Staff support Maggie's through a range of fundraising activities including bag packing, a firework concert and a sponsored walk.
Partnership has raised an astonishing £144,000 to date.
Touching portraits taken by acclaimed film director and photographer Sam Taylor-Johnson unveiled in Fife.
Register for an event with Maggie's before 31 January to be entered to win an Irn-Bru mountain bike.
New relationship could see Maggie’s visitors develop their green fingers and reap health benefits.
Airport announces adopted charity.
Still Game actress Jane McCarry and River City star Colin McCredie bring a sprinkling of panto magic to Maggie's Fife.
Lisa Stephenson's Austerity Ball raises an incredible £118,000 for Maggie's.
Board's launch of comes as the Centre marks its sixth anniversary.
A Peoples Postcode Lottery team recently visited Maggie's Edinburgh to get some tips on eating healthily over winter.
OMA accepts RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland award for Maggie's Glasgow Gartnavel Centre.
Maggie's celebrated 10 years in Glasgow with a special birthday cake from People’s Postcode Lottery and a cup of tea.
The Maggie’s stand, kindly organised by House & Garden is at Olympia from Tuesday 30 October.
Maggie's stress management courses help people with cancer lower anxiety levels.
Watch Stand Up to Cancer's video on Sam's story where she visited Maggie's London for support before her operation.
Construction now well underway as fundraising reaches landmark £2.5 million mark.
Charity partnership will form Maggie's Wallace to support people with cancer in East Anglia.
Charities and good causes across Great Britain have received a landmark £20 million from the charity lottery.
1,500 people took to the streets to walk over 16,000 miles for Maggie's at the 2012 Night Hike events.
An increased respondent rate to the energy company's annual employee engagement survey raises £10,000 for Maggie's.
Raising awareness about the difference gifts in wills left to Maggie’s makes to support the work we are doing.
VIP live auction will kick off the JOY OF LIVING exhibition at designjunction.
designjunction and Maggie's announce the free seminar looking at design with a social, personal or ‘wellness’ agenda.
Gary Hollywood and Judith Ralston take to their bikes to support this year's freshnlo Pedal for Scotland participants.
Pop duo Hue and Cry made an emotional visit to Maggie's Glasgow Gartnavel ahead of gala dinner.
Kaye Adams and Janet Ellis donned thier pyjamas to help promote this year's Glasgow Night Hike.
This year's designjunction will be supporting Maggie's with a collection of one-off items from a range of designers.
Glaswegians left gasping at a cheeky message illuminated on the city’s Riverside Museum.
Art sale inspired by V&A Dundee architect’s cancer diagnosis hopes to raise funds for Maggie’s.
Garbers and James to host a talk about being executive architects of Maggie's South West Wales.
Centre nominated in prestigious architectural awards.
The Christie has announced a new partnership with Maggie’s build a Centre in Manchester.
Maggie's supporters taking part have the chance to win a top of the range road bike.
Centres will be constructed at the Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Larbert and the Velindre Cancer Centre in Cardiff.
Ricky Gervais donates his artwork to Scottish art exhibition to raise cash for Maggie’s.
Arriva is giving Walk the 38 participants the chance to win a iconic Routemaster bus for the day.
Medicine Unboxed explores the importance of humanities and arts in healthcare, the goals of medicine and values of society.
Steven Holl Architects have agreed to design the Maggie’s Centre at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London.
Designs for Maggie's Glasgow Gartnavel, Maggie's South West Wales and Maggie's Nottingham selected for RIBA Awards.
Amy Hardie's documentary about a group of women who meet once a week at Maggie's Dundee, receives a London screening.
Teams from Maggie's and the Falkirk Herald celebrated a great night at The MoonWalk Edinburgh.
Maggie’s and Walk the Walk are calling for volunteers to support The MoonWalk Edinburgh on 9 June.
Players have raised over £2.3 million for Maggie's.
People's Postcode Lottery players have supported the development of new classes.
Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa Ladies Love Lunch raises over £40,000 Maggie's.
Ben Nevis fundraising climb organised by John Clark Group becomes an act of remembrance for a Dundee mechanic.
Tom Kitchin is calling on Scotland’s restaurateurs to take part in Maggie’s Centres’ first Scotland wide 'Who Gives a Fork'.
Artist Timothy Hyman is capturing the life of Maggie's Centres.
Internationally acclaimed photographer publishes a book about her battle against breast cancer to help raise funds for Maggie’s.
HRH The Duchess of Rothesay viewed the architectural model and designs for Maggie's Aberdeen.
Vote for Maggie's Dundee to be imortalised on the Dundee official Monopoly board
Maggie's Lanarkshire celebrates its fourth birthday
Wednesday 4 April 2012
Maggie's Lanarkshire invites people across the region to join in with their fourth birthday celebrations.
House & Garden invites its readers to open their gardens in support of Maggie's
Final Fork out for Maggie's ends Glasgow Restaurant Association's Give a Fork campaign
Barton Willmore win a JustGiving award for their cycle relay in support of Maggie's and the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity
Ground broken on Maggie's North East as Newcastle Evening Chronicle readers reach fundraising target
Jambos duo cycle up Arthur's Seat to encourage people to sign-up for a bank holiday to remember
Walk the Walk and Maggie's Centres announce their plans to unite to bring a Maggie's Centre to the Forth Valley
The charity lottery raised over £500,000 for Maggie's in 2011, and has raised over £2million for Maggie's since 2008.
The centre will feature at the Barbican Art Gallery and has just been nominated for a Design of the Year award.
A new exhibition in Glasgow focuses on the artwork produced by a visitor to Maggie’s Dundee.
Adam Hollier on 020 7386 3523 or email@example.com
News and press releases from the centres
- Maggie's and the brain tumour support group in Lanarkshire
Maggie's Lanarkshire : Tuesday 23 April 2013
- Genetics information talk on Thursday 27 September 12.30pm to 1.30pm
Maggie's Lanarkshire : Thursday 27 September 2012
- Fuel awareness talk
Maggie's Lanarkshire : Wednesday 29 February 2012
- Talking Heads
Maggie's Lanarkshire : Wednesday 28 September 2011
- Benefits information talk
Maggie's Lanarkshire : Wednesday 31 August 2011
- Step Out in 2011 with Maggie’s Lanarkshire
Maggie's Lanarkshire : Friday 07 January 2011
- Families Enjoy Summer Sessions at Maggie’s Lanarkshire
Maggie's Lanarkshire : Wednesday 11 August 2010
- Family Sessions at Maggie's Lanarkshire this summer
Maggie's Lanarkshire : Friday 02 July 2010
- Lung Cancer Support Sessions
Maggie's Lanarkshire : Wednesday 14 April 2010
- Flowers for Maggie's
Maggie's Lanarkshire : Wednesday 14 April 2010
- Maggie’s Lanarkshire... so what do we do?
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