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  • Camilla smiles with friends after completing the London Marathon

    London Marathon look back – Camilla’s Story

    Five weeks after the London Marathon, Camilla, who is undergoing treatment for a glioblastoma brain tumour, looks back on a race she thought she might not be able to start, let alone finish.

  • musician Josh Martin poses with his guitar

    One Song Per Cycle – Josh’s Story

    US musician Josh explains how making music is helping him navigate chemotherapy treatment for a brain tumour.

  • Image of people volunteering at a fundraising event held by the Atwal Family.

    Volunteering at the Charity – Baljit’s story

    Baljit Ahluwalia, one of our Involvement Volunteers, attended a fundraising event held by the Atwal Family. Here’s her account of what happened.

  • Tom Parker from The Wanted sitting on a sofa, pictured to remember him on the anniversary of his death

    Remembering Tom

    On the anniversary of Tom Parker passing from his brain tumour we stand united with the whole community in paying tribute

  • Walkers in their Twilight Walk t-shirts smiling and posing at the camera

    History of the Twilight walk

    Take a look at how our flagship event, the Twilight Walk, has transformed over the years.

  • Steph from our Policy and Campaigns team speaking to MP’s in Westminster, London

    Less Survivable Cancers Awareness Day

    Wednesday 11 January was the second ever Less Survivable Cancers Awareness Day. And, we were all over the UK representing our aim of finding a cure faster!

  • all women's rowing team getting ready to row the Atlantic for the Brain Tumour Charity

    All-women’s rowing team take on the Atlantic for charity

    The women’s rowing team of three will be rowing over 3,000 nautical miles in the Talisker Atlantic Challenge.

  • Two Charities; One Goal. We’ve Partnered with OSCAR’s!

    OSCAR’s Paediatric Brain Tumour Charity joins forces with The Brain Tumour Charity to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of brain tumours.

  • Driving and brain tumours

    We know from speaking to our community, that the legalities and processes of driving once you have a brain tumour diagnosis is a topic that is raised frequently and is understandably, a source of frustration for many people. We hope that this guide will provide some guidance and support to help make this as smooth as possible.

  • Getting radical with the brain tumour community!

    We recently held our “What if…?” workshops as part of the development our our new organisational strategy – Beyond Brain Tumours.

  • Will, an 11-year-old-boy, wearing a The Brain Tumour Charity, vest is celebrating completing his fundraising challenge. One fist is triumphantly raised in the air, while his other hand clutches a crutch to help him balance. His Dad, Neil, is looking on proudly as he walks beside him and a crowd can be seen cheering in the background.

    Will’s Walk smashes fundraising target!

    Will, an 11-year-old boy from Dorset, has doubled his fundraising target as he learns to walk again following a brain tumour diagnosis.

  • Joining in to co-create a strategy for the future

    As we co-create our next organisation strategy we’re partnering with the people who have the greatest stake in driving change, our community. We want to bring you with us on this journey, and let you know the different points where you can be a voice for change. Hear from Involvement Champion, Neil Munn, about what it’s been like to help set this up and what he wants to see us achieve.