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In Memory of Alex
Owner: Paige Howarth
This fund has been set up in memory of Alex Hyslop. Who was taken far too soon after a short battle with cancer in 2013. This fund will be used to help other families in the same position as ourselves and will hopefully one day help find a cure for...
Owner: kirsty mccoll
I am trying to raise as much money as i possibly can in the name of my precious aunt. she was like a mother to me, and i will be forever grateful to The Beatson for the help they gave her and also they gave all the family that bit of extra time with...
Owner: Lynn Dudding
Our mum sadly passed away after a brief battle with cancer. The dedicated nurses and Drs at The Beatson were amazing.
In loving memory of Annette Bowman
Owner: The Bowman Family
In Loving memory of Annette Bowman who’s life was all about giving to others and as a family we wanted this to continue, Annette received the kindness care and treatment at the Beatson, until unfortunately she lost her long brave battle on the...
Owner: Kerry McHugh
My sister Eilidh was months away from securing her dream job as a Pharmacist when she died suddenly from a rare and aggressive form of incurable cancer aged 22. This fund has been set up in Eilidh's memory to make a difference and support...
Owner: Crawford Russell
In loving memory of John Sutherland Russell who died peacefully on 25th February 2017.
Owner: graeme edgar
Jane`s diagnosis and funeral both took place on Valentines Day. Jane`s tribute page is a small thank you to all the staff of the Wellbeing Centre who showed much kindness during our year long journey.
In memory of John Potter
Owner: Elisabeth Griffiths
To show love for , and celebrate the life of, my wonderful Dad John Potter. He received such good care at The Beatson he would have wanted us to help them.
On Colette's behalf
Owner: Gillian Quigley
The Beatson meant so much to my mum, they made her feel like Colette while going through treatment in the Vicky, rather than just another patient.