North West Cancer Research want our help
4 June 2013, 05:00
NWCR are calling for people in Wrexham to help generate to vital funds needed for their research.
North West Cancer Research, which was made after the merger of Clatterbridge Cancer Research and the North West Cancer Research Fund, carry out groundbreaking research into the causes of cancer.
The charity, which has a footprint covering the North West, and North and Mid Wales, carry out their 'high quality, innovative, research at Bangor University as well as universities in Liverpool and Lancaster.
Now, after having a fundraising branch in Mold for the past 60 years, they want to extend their volunteer fundraising base into Wrexham.
Anne Jackson, Chief Executive of NWCR said: "Our committees are the backbone of the charity and without their support we wont not be able to continue supporting world-class research.
"One in three people are affected by cancer in their lifo so it is essential that we continue to fund world-class research projects into the causes of cancer to better understand the disease."
The event starts at 7pm on Tuesday 4th June at the Rendezvous Bistro at Yale College.