Rock And Bike Fest Charity Presentation
Report from the Midlands!!

On the 5th October we attended the Rock & Bike fest after party remember in JULY we raised £944.08 at the event with a promise of a cheque to follow from the organisers, well here we are being presented with a cheque for a further £150. A great night was had by all, Soldiers off the Street would like to thank Ben, Tina, Emma, Will, Trev and everyone involved with the Rock & Bike fest. Thank you all for your support, we are all looking forward to next year’s event!!


MANY thanks once again for the wonderful donation to support our work on developing new treatments for cancer – every penny will be used to pay for a new vaccine for prostate cancer which we are currently developing.

We also had a great time at the event and I hope that it went well.

The very generous donation will be used to support a project which is focussed on developing a new treatment for cancer. One of the key problems with the treatment of cancer using currently available strategies is the fact that cancers can be very different and so one drug does not treat all. In fact, even the same type of cancer (e.g. breast, prostate) can be very different between patients. It is therefore important to discover a feature of cancer cells which we can target with new drugs that is common to all cancers.

Many thanks once again for your support – this is much appreciated by everyone in the Centre.

With best wishes

Professor A. Graham Pockley, PhD
Associate Director
John van Geest Cancer Research Centre

Rock And Bike Fest Charity Presentation

Normally seen sat astride their motorbikes, the organisers of the Rock and Bike Festival took time out from biking to relax on a bench at a Derbyshire hospice.

They have donated the bench for Day Care guests at Treetops Hospice in Risley to use.

Representative’s of Rock and Bike Fest, said: “When your health’s bad, there’s nothing better than sitting out in the sunshine. We hope the guests at Treetops enjoy it.” “Every year we’ve chosen an extra charity to support. This year we wanted to do something local, so the Team all sat down together, and we all said Treetops

The music and motorcycle event takes place every July at Carnfield Hall in South Normanton, and has raised money for a number of charities in past years. This year, they chose to support Treetops Hospice by donating a bench to its Day Care Centre, as well as raising £500 for Cancer Research and £150 for SOT’S

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