Articles tagged with: Kendal Gateway Partnership

To meet or not to meet...

on Friday, 19 May 2017. Posted in Blog Tags cancer, CancerCare, Cross Bay Walk, Kendal, Kendal Gateway Partnership, Lancaster, Lancaster University Colour Dash, Living With and Beyond Cancer, Morecambe Bay Clinical Commissioning Group, The Bay Cycle Way

CancerCare CEO Neil's Weekly Blog

Good Morning - do your ever get the feeling that the world we live in is built around “meetings”?

Neil's Blog #57

on Friday, 14 October 2016. Posted in Blog Tags Badass Mucker, Brathay Trust, CancerCare, Jump for CancerCare, Kendal, Kendal Gateway Partnership, Lancaster, Robert Webb

Good Morning from Slynedales! We are just about to start a morning clean up, concentrating on the woodwork workshop and helping our gardener Simon do some winter grounds maintenance. Thanks to everyone who is lending a hand.

Neil's Blog #55

on Friday, 16 September 2016. Posted in Blog Tags CancerCare, Chairman's Challenge, Kendal, Kendal Gateway Partnership, Lancaster, Skydive Challenge, Slynedales, Westmorland General

Good Morning, it’s been another super busy week across CancerCare and for me, the usual routine of catch up we all go through just before going on holiday, as I do on Sunday.

The Return of the Roundabout

on Friday, 16 September 2016. Posted in Blog Tags CancerCare, Chairman's Challenge, Kendal, Kendal Gateway Partnership, Lancaster, Skydive Challenge, Slynedales, Westmorland General

We’re delighted to be involved with the 2nd Annual ‘Roundabout’ theatre event in Kendal in October, a special series of cutting-edge performances hosted by Paines Plough Theatre Company held in a unique self-contained portable theatre dome at Abbot Hall.

Neil's Blog #51

on Friday, 12 August 2016. Posted in Blog Tags #cancersupport, cancer, CancerCare, Cross Bay Challenge, Kendal, Kendal Gateway Partnership, Lancaster, Lancaster City Council, Sue Parsonage

Good Morning. Friday is here again and to me, it feels more like autumn than summer. However, the recent windy and challenging conditions did not deter the 500 walkers, runners and bike riders at our Cross Bay Challenge event last Sunday!