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If you would like to volunteer some of your time, skills, ideas or networking ability to help us with our fundraising, we have many opportunities available.

Please contact either:

Secretary Christine Forecast
Tel.01485 57 27 67 or

Treasurer Mary Burton
Tel.01485 52 52 79

to have an informal chat with no obligation.

You could also join the Low Grade Support Group Facebook page. This is a closed group for low-grade patients and their families.  Apply to join the group and you will be contacted by the administrator, Linda. Please make sure your Facebook/Messenger settings are such that you can receive a message from her.

Norfolk Family Walk 2018

TeddyThe Twelfth Norfolk Family Walk is being held at the Holkham Hall Estate, near Wells-next-the-Sea, North Norfolk, on Sunday 7th October 2018 from 10 am to 4pm.

This popular walk, which is in aid of brain tumour research and support, has a choice of distances – one, three, six or ten miles – to suit all ages and abilities. All are through the beautiful parkland, beside the lake and through the woods where deer can be seen grazing.   There are no hills to climb on any of the walks and dogs on leads are welcome.

Go to Norfolk Family Walk for full details.


Karen Warne is holding a fundraising raffle for a crochet blanket.

Teddy“The creation of this blanket has been inspired by two different
journeys. The idea came from thinking of a way to motivate and personalise my own weight loss journey whilst raising money for a worthwhile charity.

I've always loved crochet so the rules are, for every half pound lost I get to crochet a row, 2 rows form a stripe, therefore every stripe equals one pound lost.  To date (Nov, 2016) I have crocheted 47 stripes (47lbs lost), since starting in May 2016.   My aim is to lose a further 45lbs by spring/summer 2017 in order to complete the blanket. 

My inspiration came from my daughters’ own personal journey who last year was diagnosed with a brain tumour, aged 24 years”.

Visit Karen’s Just Giving page