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  • Title: The Daisy Appeal - Improving Cancer and Heart Disease Research
    Descriptive info: .. The Appeal.. About The Appeal.. History.. Why It Matters.. Phase 2.. Events.. Upcoming Events.. Calendar.. News.. Latest News.. Donate.. Donations.. Daisy Bricks.. Legacy.. Fundraising Ideas.. Research.. Research.. Contact.. Contact Us.. What is the Daisy Appeal?.. The Daisy Appeal is a local charity established to help improve treatment and research opportunities in a variety of common diseases, most notably cancer, heart disease and neurological illness.. Having successfully raised 8 million to enable the construction of a Medical Research Centre at Castle Hill Hospital in 2008, the Daisy Appeal has now moved onto.. of the Appeal - to create a permanent patient scanning and research centre which will cost 6.. 8 million.. Construction of the new centre is on course  ...   see live webcam images, please click here:.. http://51433786834aa.. click2stream.. com.. Research and treatment facilities for people in the Hull East Yorkshire region are now greatly improved and with the addition of this equipment, we will be the first in Yorkshire to provide advanced imaging facilities directly linked to an ongoing scientific research programme.. Importantly:.. The appeal is local, efficient and dedicated to helping.. The chances are we are already helping someone you know!.. There are many easy ways to help the Appeal, including.. donating.. ,.. fundraising.. or volunteering.. It can be as easy as using us to recycle your phone, or as challenging as running a marathon.. You decide!.. t.. 01482 461909 | Registered charity: 1095652.. 2012 The Daisy Appeal..

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  • Title: About The Daisy Appeal
    Descriptive info: About The Daisy Appeal..

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  • Title: History - The Daisy Appeal
    Descriptive info: Daisy Appeal History.. Nick Stafford is a Head and Neck surgeon and Director of the University of Hull s Postgraduate Medical Institute.. In 2000 he had an idea of creating The Daisy Appeal and, once it was established, he became the Chairman of its Board of Trustees.. He is committed to raising Hull s national and international profile as a centre of excellence in medical research.. The Charity was generously and enthusiastically supported by the Yorkshire and Humberside  ...   opened in July 2008.. The Daisy Appeal building has already greatly improved research and treatment facilities for people in the Hull East Yorkshire region.. The new Centre provides scientific laboratory facilities, a clinical trials unit, teaching accommodation and an environment where emminent Hull researchers base their studies.. Having successfully completed the construction of a Medical Research Centre in July 2008, the Daisy Appeal now is pushing its Phase 2 initiative to purchase a PET-CT scanner and two cyclotrons..

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  • Title: Why it Matters - The Daisy Appeal
    Descriptive info: Why it Matters.. The Daisy Appeal will improve the survival chances of thousands of people each year and give them and their families a brighter future.. Cancer.. Cancer is the leading cause of death in Hull East Yorkshire.. 1 in 3 people will develop Cancer.. Cancer survival can be improved by earlier and more accurate detection.. Heart Disease.. Heart Disease is a leading cause of death in Hull East Yorkshire.. 1 in 4 people will develop  ...   precise treatment.. This will give patients a chance to change their lifestyle and improve their quality of life.. Dementia.. Dementia is an increasingly common disease.. Sufferers and their families have to face the consequences every day of their lives.. Earlier detection will allow recognition and treatment, making the final years of life more bearable.. You probably know someone who is suffering from one of these diseases.. Help us to help them live their life to the fullest..

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  • Title: Phase2 - The Daisy Appeal
    Descriptive info: Phase2.. The charity is raising 6.. 8 million to enable local patients to receive an earlier, faster and more accurate diagnosis of diseases such as cancer, heart disease and neurological illness.. Phase 2 of the appeal will purchase a.. PET-CT Scanner.. and Cyclotron housed in a purpose built facility at Castle Hill Hospital.. Opening in Spring 2014, this will provide a unique way of delivering top class scanning to the community.. A  ...   develop new disease markers and drug treatments.. This will result in earlier detection and greater accuracy in treating cancer, heart disease and certain neurological illnesses.. Our Phase 2 initiative will directly help research and treatment for those who need it in the East Riding and North East Lincolnshire regions.. Every penny counts, and it s easy to donate and get involved!.. Take a look around the world leading diagnostic and research facility here..

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  • Title: Events - The Daisy Appeal
    Descriptive info: Events.. View the.. Events Calendar.. Yorkshire Three Peak Challenge.. Saturday 27 July.. We have 40 volunteers taking on the Yorkshire Three Peaks this Saturday.. Giving up their day (getting up at 5am!) to raise funds for our amazing charity.. There are lots of great causes in our region, but none of will save as many lives as the Daisy Appeal will do.. If you have a spare 1, please consider donating it to the team page:.. http://www.. justgiving.. com/Daisy-yorkshire3peaks.. The Bob Corcoran Memorial Trophy.. Friday 26th July.. Brigg Town Football Club is the venue for The Bob Corcoran Memorial Trophy which will be contested between Britannia FC XI and Broughton Town FC XI.. After the game, there will be a race night and auction.. Tickets to the game are free and kick-off is at 6pm.. Please consider supporting as monies raised will be donated to the Daisy Appeal.. Andy Dawson Testimonial Game.. Saturday 10 August.. The culmination of a year long celebration to mark Andy s ten years as a Tiger sees Real Betis visit The KC Stadium for Andy s testimonial match.. It has been an honour to watch Andy play for the Tigers and this game provides a fantastic opportunity for fans to go along and thank the man himself for the great service and true professionalism he has shown in his time as a Hull City player.. Please consider going along to the game as money raised from the game will be donated to the Daisy Appeal.. For the latest updates follow: twitter.. com/AndyTestimonial or.. facebook.. com/AndyDawsonTestimonial.. Andy Dawson Testimonial Golf Day - Forest Pines Scunthorpe.. Friday 28 June 2013.. Forest Pines Hotel and Golf Resort, part of QHotels, will be hosting Hull City footballer, Andy Dawson s golf day testimonial on 28th June to help raise money for the Daisy Appeal.. Andy, who has played at Hull City A.. F.. C.. for 10 years is inviting golf and football fans alike to dust off their clubs and join Andy and other tigers for a day of golf at the 27 hole championship golf course at Forest Pines Hotel and Golf Resort.. Other tigers past and present will be joining Andy on the testimonial golf day, which will be played over 18 holes.. The event will culminate in an evening reception with drinks on arrival, a sumptuous three-course dinner, prize presentation, auction and speeches, all the while raising money for a very worthy cause.. For more information and to secure your place please phone 07593 655597.. Head Shave for The Daisy Appeal.. Friday 28th June 2013.. Karen Durrant and Lesley, the landlady of The Bowman in Howden, are hosting a fundraising night in aid of Daisy Appeal.. Karen will be bravely shaving her head for the charity and all donations and proceeds will be given to The Daisy Appeal.. The night will kick off at 7:30pm on Friday 28th June at The Bowman in Howden.. The head shave will commence at 8pm, then onto a raffle and disco.. It is free entry but all donations are greatly appreciated.. Any donations you wish to make should be given directly to Karen or pop into The Bowman and ask for Lesley.. It will be a fun night and we hope to see you there!.. Sponsored Walk Army Themed Walk - Hornsea Cycle Track.. 7 July 2013.. Join Leanne and her friends, dressing up in combats with your camouflage makeup on, along the Hornsea Cycle track.. The walk will start at 10am on Sunday 7 July 2013 at Kestral Avenue, Sutton and finish near Whiteheads chip shop in Hornsea.. Hopefully taking approximately 4 hours.. You all have a pair of combats in your wardrobe so get them on and get "cammed" up, this is a great way to raise some money for the Daisy Appeal and have some fun on the way.. Anyone wanting to take part will have to make their own arrangements to get home and be responsible for themselves and their belongings.. Contact Leanne to take part:.. https://www.. com/groups/101917939996142/.. An Evening of Music and Mirth with Miscellany.. Saturday 11th May 2013.. Mrs Mary Binns is hosting an evening of Music and Mirth with Miscellany starting at 7:30pm at All Saints Church, South Cave.. Admission is 8.. 00 and includes a glass of wine and a tombola.. All donations and proceeds will go to The Daisy Appeal.. We would love to see you there, so please get in touch with Mary Binns at 01430 422290 or email.. nicky@daisyappeal.. org.. for tickets  ...   booked by contacting.. Fundraiser hosted by Hull School of Hair and Beauty and Catering College.. Thursday 7 March.. Join us for an evening at Charlottes Restaurant, Charlotte Street, Hull, HU1 3DG, enjoy a 3 course dinner, raffle plus entertainment.. Tickets cost 20.. Please email.. to reserve your place.. Andy Dawson Testimonial - Wembley Reunion Night.. Saturday 23 February.. Come along and share an evening with the Hull City Wembley heroes on Saturday 23 February at Willerby Manor Hotel.. Tickets cost 15 and include a pie and pea supper.. The Daisy Appeal is Andy s nominated charity throughout his testimonial year, so you will be helping the charity as well as having a great night out.. Barms, Ash, Deano, Francy, Boaz just to name a few city legends attending so don t miss out.. Tickets can be reserved from Tiger Leisure at the KC stadium or via.. Photograph Session at St Stephens.. Saturday 27 April.. Why not come down to St Stephens on Saturday 27 April and have a professional photograph taken and printed off while you wait for just 20.. Andy Dawson Testimonial Race Night.. Monday 21 January 2013.. A Race night at the Mercure in Willerby is the first of the Andy Dawson testimonial events.. Tickets cost 5 - a great post Christmas night out, come along and meet Andy and Hull City team mates, have a bet and maybe win a few s.. Tickets available from.. or from the Hull City Supporters Club.. Please come along and support the Daisy Appeal and Andy.. Vintage Tea Party.. Choc and Pink of Driffield held a Vintage Tea Party at The Black Swan, Brandesburton - what a fabulous evening! Ticket sales and a raffle, together with sales of handbags, plus commission, from Choc Pink raised 800.. We are hoping to bring the Vintage Tea Party to the Ferry Inn in Brough on Thursday 6 December - tickets 5 from.. Nicky.. Golf Day and Dinner Dance - Friday 21st September.. We are looking for teams to take part in the annual golf day at Hull Golf Club followed by a dinner dance and auction at Willerby Manor Hotel.. 400 is the cost and includes golf for 4 and dinner for 8 people.. Places can be reserved by emailing.. Nicky.. or telephoning 07971 526191.. Land s End to John O Groats Cycle Ride.. In memory of Ben Madden who tragically lost his life last year, friends and family are planning to cycle the length of Britain.. Their grueling 9 day ride will see them covering distances of 100 miles per day.. The team of riders, collectively known as Flat Tyre , will set off from Hull on 6 September to start their arduous journey from Land s End on 7 September.. The team, Craig Medcalfe, Darren Madden, Dave Ripton, Gary Parker, Lee Watson, Rick McGurk, Sean Young, Tim Tharrett and Andrew Horncastle hope to reach John O Groats on Saturday 15 September, by cycling close to 100 miles per day.. You can keep track of the team by following them on the Daisy Appeal Twitter Feed and Facebook page.. If you would like to sponsor the team on this tremendous challenge please visit:.. com/teams/bigten.. or send in a cheque to the Daisy Appeal Office, Daisy Building, Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham, HU16 5JQ.. Please mark the envelope with Flat Tyre.. Charity bike ride in memory of Bob Corcoran.. A charity bike ride from Scunthorpe to the Daisy Building at Castle Hill Hospital is taking place on Sunday 26 August 2012.. The event is being held in memory of Bob Corcoran, a much-loved family man from Scunthorpe, who recently passed away aged 57.. Organiser of the ride is Bob s son, Andrew - who, along with 20 family and friends, will leave Scunthorpe at 10:00 am and hope to arrive at Castle Hill between 2:00pm - 3:00 pm.. With donations from the ride being given to the Daisy Appeal, you can show your support by going to:.. com/RobertJohnCorcoran.. or why not come along and cheer the tired riders when they reach the Daisy building on the 26th.. Humber Bridge Abseil.. Fancy a thrilling and terrifying challenge? We are looking for 40 people to take part in an abseil off the Humber Bridge on Sunday 27 May 2012! This is a unique way of raising funds and, as numbers are so limited, we are asking those that take part to raise a minimum sponsorship of 150 for the charity, together with a 25 registration fee.. Interested, get in touch: Nicky..

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  • Title: The Daisy Appeal Events Calendar - The Daisy Appeal
    Descriptive info: The Daisy Appeal Events Calendar..

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  • Title: News and newsletters - The Daisy Appeal
    Descriptive info: Newsletters.. Summer 2012.. Winter 2011.. Summer 2011.. Winter 2010.. Downloads.. Do Something for Daisy in April.. Sponsor Form.. Donation Form.. Lands End to John O'Groats.. Phase 2 Brick Application.. Daisy Appeal Leaflet 2013.. Help us reach our target.. News and newsletters.. Love your heart.. You may have noticed that we recently had World Heart Day, dedicated to raising awareness about cardiovascular disease (CVD) and how to prevent it.. So to mark the occasion, the Daisy Appeal which is undertaking pioneering research into better diagnosis of the condition is sharing a few tips to help you recognise the symptoms of CVD, some of which might surprise you.. CVD occurs when oxygen-rich blood is prevented from getting to the heart by a blockage in arteries that supplies the muscle and can cause a heart attack.. And although a heart attack can occur in dramatic movie-like fashion, what is less well known is that most start slowly with mild pain or discomfort, meaning people don t recognise the symptoms and don t seek medical help soon enough.. The most common symptoms include:.. Chest discomfort in the centre of the chest that lasts more than a few minutes, or that goes away and comes back.. It can feel like uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullness or pain.. Discomfort in other areas of the upper body including pain or discomfort in one or both arms, the back, neck, jaw or stomach.. Shortness of breath with or without chest discomfort.. Other signs may include breaking out in a cold sweat, nausea or lightheadedness.. The good news is, however, that 80 per cent of premature deaths from CVD can be prevented with small changes in lifestyle.. In an.. article for the Huffington Post.. Kathryn Taubert, chief science officer at the World Heart Federation, summed them up as eat right, move around a little and not to smoke, ever.. In the same article Doireann Maddock, senior cardiac nurse at the British Heart Foundation, added that the most important things you can do for your heart is to not smoke, take two-and-a-half hours of moderate exercise each week and eat a balanced diet.. If you re over 40, she added, you should ask your doctor or nurse for a heart health check to assess your risk of having a heart attack in the next 10 years.. So there you have it, a few handy tips to help you prevent heart disease.. And of course if you want to use your weekly exercise even more productively, why not do something to raise money for the Daisy Appeal? That is another fine way of helping to win the war on CVD.. Jane s daredevil feat.. Like many, when Jane Thomas turned 40 she wanted to do something she d remember for the rest of her life.. But unlike those who book a dream holiday or throw a party, she set her sights on something altogether more hair-raising.. So Jane s husband Paul arranged for her to go wing-walking.. Dressed as Mr Sheen, the intrepid birthday girl reached speeds of up to 135mph while strapped to the top of an in-flight plane.. It was amazing and certainly got my adrenaline going, she said.. It s not as bad as it looks, though I m not sure how many people believe me when I say that!.. The occasion was particularly special because 16 years earlier she had been diagnosed with Hodgkins lymphoma cancer that effects the lymph system.. It was this that led her to combine her adventure with giving hope to others, raising awareness and hopefully some money along the way.. Jane is now on course to raise more than 1,000 which will be shared between the Daisy Appeal and a national cancer charity.. Raising the money made the whole thing even more special, she said.. Helping fight disease is one of the most worthwhile things imaginable.. What will you do to make cancer, heart disease and dementia a thing of the past?.. Click here and start something.. Britain s shameful record on dementia revealed.. Britain has never had a great record of dealing with people suffering from mental illnesses.. Perhaps it s a hang up from our Victorian stiff upper lip or the result of two world wars during which unspeakable things happened to familiar people, but our mistrust of those who talk about their feelings is equalled only by the ease with which we brush a faltering psyche under the carpet.. It is a blot on the history of a country that spearheaded free at the point of use healthcare and one that is only just beginning to change.. But a.. recent survey by the Alzheimer s Society.. has revealed how far we have yet to go.. The poll, which sought the views of 510 Alzheimer s suffers and their carers, found that a third left their house just once a week and one in 10 said they go out only once a month.. Almost half avoided getting involved with local life because they felt they were a burden and many of those who responded said they felt trapped, lonely, and cut off from everyday life.. Dementia is a remorseless condition which one in three people over 65 will one day fall victim to.. The only way to arrest its progress is early diagnosis followed by appropriate treatment but pinpointing the condition in its early stages remains very difficult to do.. Through our work with the University of Hull, the Daisy Appeal is undertaking pioneering research to solve the problems of early diagnosis and ensure suffers retain the best quality of life for as long as possible.. It is a costly battle but one we are determined to win.. So help us, please.. Donate or organise a charity event, do anything you can do.. After all, we have a duty of care towards older people because they made us who we are and if we re lucky, one day we too will make it to be old.. And none of us would want to face that alone, trapped and scared would we?.. Friends pedal to Daisy s aid.. Two friends have raised almost 4,500 for the Daisy Appeal after cycling from Land s End to John o Groats in 11 days.. Tom Noble and Joe Marrett, both 19, undertook the journey in soaring temperatures and over steep hills to ride up to 120 miles per day.. They completed the 1022 mile journey ahead of their proposed schedule of 12 to 14 days.. The final figure raised is 4,451.. Tom, from South Cave, said he and Joe decided to take a year out before going to university but wanted to do something worthwhile with their time.. The two friends discussed the idea of the bike ride before someone suggested it could raise a significant amount of money for charity.. Tom said: Joe and I first discussed the idea last November and started training for it then because neither of us had done anything like it before.. We planned to do it in July when the days were longest and the weather was best.. We certainly got that right because in Cornwall the temperature hit 32 degrees which was incredible, and it kept nice all the way up.. It wouldn t have been so much fun if it was windy and wet.. The Daisy Appeal is looking to raise 3.. 7m to create a purpose-built scanning and research centre at Castle Hill hospital which will see patients in Hull, East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire benefit from cutting edge diagnostics into cancer, heart disease and dementia.. The charity also funds world leading research at the University of Hull into the three conditions.. Tom said he decided to support the charity because of his own family experiences.. The Daisy Appeal helped my grandfather before his death, he said.. He was so grateful to them that some of the money collected at his funeral was donated to the charity.. Professor Nick Stafford, founder of the Daisy Appeal, said Tom and Joe had achieved an incredible feat.. These two boys set out to do something amazing and they have done precisely that, he said.. This is precisely the kind of support the Daisy Appeal needs to realise our ambition of completing the scanning centre and we are extremely grateful for Tom and Joe s efforts, and the money they have raised.. Why Daisy is important to us all.. One of the best things about working for Daisy is meeting all the awesome people who give their time freely to help raise funds and spread the word.. They are often moved to get involved because they or a loved one has been touched by illness.. One of the things that astounds me is the length of time some people have to wait between their first visit to the GP and getting a definite diagnosis.. Now, the NHS is a wonderful, beautiful thing, and we are all better off for having it.. However, it s inconceivable to me that some patients have to wait over a year to find out what is wrong with them.. I m not pointing the finger at anyone, but, at the same time I have to ask how that can be right?.. Talking to former patients, the key reason seems to be the number of inconclusive results in the diagnostic process: a patient will go for an MRI inconclusive results - and then another again, inconclusive results - and then a biopsy inconclusive results - and then explorative surgery.. Each of those stages is punctuated with pauses as the patient waits for an appointment or test result.. Imagine the stress and strain on the patients and their family and loved ones.. And then imagine it for a year.. That s why Daisy is so important.. The patient scanning service it aims to introduce will be the best in England.. It will deliver state-of-the-art scans which will demarcate disease with considerable accuracy and provide the doctor with detailed information about its site and extent.. In some cases, this will mean some patients will live longer.. That s why Daisy is so important: it s dedicated to keeping families and loved ones together.. The knowledge, ideas, and expertise are already in place in Hull, all we need now is the equipment and that s where you come in.. Whether it s raising money or simply sharing this post, it all helps.. Brockie takes on the Yorkshire 3 Peaks for Daisy.. Brockie the Spaniel is taking on the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge this Saturday, along with about 40 humans, to raise money for the Daisy Appeal.. You can sponsor Brockie here.. com/Brockie-Brocklesby.. And read more about Brockie on the HDM website:.. http://bit.. ly/18F9sQl.. Bob Corcoran Memorial Trophy - Football Match.. The assumption of life after cancer gives us all hope.. The recent news that household name Lynda Bellingham has been diagnosed with cancer will come as a shock to the  ...   line felt amazing, once I crossed the line however my legs just stopped and hurt for 4 days after.. To get into the Daisy Appeal spirit Jayne painted daisies on her face, had her nails painted with daisy patterns and wore daisy earrings.. Her family and friends who came to support her carried banners with her name and spread themselves out throughout the 26.. 2 mile marathon and Jayne stated looking out for them kept me going.. Friends and family have made it as good as it was, the support has been fantastic It was tougher than I imagined but even more amazing than I expected.. Huge thanks to Jayne for the money and awareness she has raised and we want to wish her luck with her next event which is the Humber Bridge half marathon coming up Sunday 30th June.. If you would like to make a donation and congratulate Jayne on her massive achievement in the London Marathon, then please visit:.. com/the-lowde-one.. Do Something for Daisy- Simply Wear Your Pyjama’s.. On the 5 April, the children and staff at Midget Gems Nursery on Sutton Park in Hull were encouraged to wear their pyjamas to nursery and pay 50p to raise money for the Daisy Appeal.. All the children enjoyed being able to attend the nursery in their bedclothes and seeing their carer s in their onesies! They managed to raise a total of 44.. 90!.. On the 7th April, the member of St Andrew s Church on Sutton Park followed in the children s footsteps and wore their pyjamas to a special family service.. A large number of the congregation wore their pyjamas and those who were unable to, were still able to enjoy the vicar, Shaun Sandham, give his sermon in his blue pyjamas! Homemade cakes and biscuits were also sold after the service and a huge 117.. 10 was raised in just an hour and a half.. In total, the Simply Wear Your Pyjama s event raised 244.. 90 which has been kindly matched by Reckitt Benckiser, giving a grand total of 489.. 80p!!.. The event was so enjoyed by all that it is planned to make it an annual event!.. Live webcam on new Build.. The new Scanning centre is on course for completion in December 2013, in time for the arrival of the PET CT Scanning equipment.. A three month commissioning period will follow, with the Centre expecting to be open to the public in Spring 2014.. A night at Mr Chu s with Daws and Burnsy.. Daisy supporters were treated to a feast at a recent event at Mr Chu s China Palace.. Special guests, Hull City star, Andy Dawson and Dave Burnsy Burns entertained the crowd with a no-holds-barred Question for Daws.. Another City legend, John Hawley was our Auctioneer for the evening with a signed Hull City Match Ball donated by Dr Allam and a Hull City shirt from Andy up for grabs.. The evening raised over 2000.. Thanks to all that came along.. Payroll Giving - easy, quick and includes tax relief.. An easy way to make a regular donation to the Daisy Appeal is to contribute via your salary.. For more information visit.. givehey.. As a basic rate tax payer a donation of 10 a month directly through your payroll saves you 2 tax (20% of 10).. The actual cost of the donation to you will be 8.. As a higher rate tax payer a donation of 10 a month directly through your payroll saves you 4 tax (40% of 10).. The actual cost of the donation to you will be 6.. This does not affect National Insurance contributions and deductions as these are calculated prior to payroll giving deductions.. To start contributions click.. DaisyAppeal.. and complete the form.. Your payroll department and GiveHey will do the rest!.. Jayne takes on London Marathon for Daisy.. Hull born 28 year old, Jayne Lowde, has chosen The Daisy Appeal as her charity of choice for this years London Marathon.. Jayne, a Legal Secretary at Andrew Jackson, first got into running at 18 years old where she regularly ran 5k in the Race for Life.. She then turned her attention to a local running club, Cottingham Fit Mums and Friends which she attends every Wednesday.. Now Jayne has moved onto an even bigger challenge and has entered herself into the famous London marathon which has seen many famous runners from Nell McAndrew to Gordon Ramsay.. The marathon will take place on 21st April 2013, which Jayne has been preparing for since New Year s Day.. She has trained vigorously for it six days a week, doing four days a week of running and two days a week cross training and swimming.. Jayne was lucky enough to get her place for the marathon via the Cottingham based running club, which have also previously done fundraising for the charity.. Jayne states, I want to raise as much as I can for the charity.. The Daisy Appeal has become Jayne s charity of choice and she will sport The Daisy Appeal logo and tagline on her vest during the marathon.. Jayne is very enthusiastic about the charity and what we do.. We are fortunate to have such a world class facility in this area for our benefit and that of future generations.. Unfortunately cancer, heart disease and dementia are illnesses that affect and touch everyone s lives.. It would be great if people could help me support this fantastic, local charity to continue their work providing the best technology and advancements available in the fight against these illnesses.. This will be the ultimate challenge for Jayne and we wish her great luck and support in this marathon.. It is the next step in Jayne s running interest and if you would like to sponsor her please visit her Just Giving page:.. Andy Dawson chooses The Daisy Appeal.. Great news for the Daisy Appeal.. Andy Dawson, Hull City defender, chooses The Daisy Appeal to benefit from his testimonial year celebrations!.. Events to mark Andy s 10 years with the Tigers will be taking place throughout the year and include a gala dinner, games night, golf day, a question of sport evening and culminating in a testimonial game.. Please join in with these events and you will be helping the Daisy Appeal too.. More info:.. com/AndyDawsonTestimonial.. and Twitter.. @AndyTestimonial.. Sainsbury Bethune Avenue.. Thanks to Rich, Lesley and the team at Sainsbury on Bethune Avenue.. Daisy is their Charity of the Year.. Today they handed over a cheque for an amazing 456.. 50.. Money was raised by holding raffles, dress ups and a bake/cake sale plus a hamper raffle on Christmas Eve.. Brilliant!.. Ferry Inn, Brough.. Big thank you to Emma and her team, and of course the wonderful customers at the Ferry Inn, Brough, seen here handing over 465.. Funds were raised from holding car boot sales, raffles, name the bear and a vintage tea party.. The Ferry Car Boot will return in the Spring - keep checking back for dates.. Foundation stone.. Building on the new PET CT Scanning Centre will commence in January, following the official foundation stone laying on Friday 7 December.. The total cost of the project is 6.. 8m.. With 3.. 1m raised so far, a further 3.. 7m is required to bring state of the art, life saving equipment to our region.. Huge thanks to all those who have donated, raised funds, attended events and volunteered all of which has helped to raise 3.. 1m.. However please keep the great work going.. Once the equipment is in place, you will be in the best place possible in the UK to receive faster and more accurate diagnosis leading to a personalised treatment plan.. Lands End to John O Groats.. Huge thanks to the Flat Tyre team on their achievement this year, which has raised over 75k for the Daisy Appeal.. To read the full story download the.. Lands End to John O Groats PDF.. on the left.. Mass Lay Down.. Guests at the Daisy Appeal Dinner Dance, held at the Willerby Manor Hotel, were challenged 5 to the Daisy Appeal for every person who lays down on the dance floor throughout the rendition of Snow Patrol s Chasing Cars, performed on the evening by Hull based Entertainers Ti Amero.. Amazingly, 200 people and 5 minutes later the Daisy Appeal charity was another 1000 nearer to the 6.. 6m target The whole dance floor was covered with every guest joining in the mass lay down.. Guest and challenger , Brian Yeardley said I saw a similar stunt on holiday recently but only 15 people joined in, I thought it would be a bit of fun and bring us all together for a great cause.. Daisy Appeal Fund Raiser, Nicky Holthuysen said it was totally amazing to see all of our guests laid flat on the floor waving their arms and singing the lyrics If I lay here, if I just lay here, would you lie with me and just forget the world?.. When announced, no one seemed to give it a second thought; I was almost knocked over in the rush by everyone wanting to lie down.. It was just surreal.. Photographs of the mass lay down are available at Top Colour Fotoworx , 159 Hessle Road, Hull and prints obtained for a small donation.. Hull Charity - Fancy Dress Night.. Tracy Kirby, whose mum is recovering from cancer, has organised a fancy dress night and raised over 1200 from ticket sales and raffle.. The evening was held at the Embassy Hotel on Hedon Road in July.. Petals abseils the Humber Bridge.. Our very own Petals the Daisy daringly dangled off our iconic bridge, together with the Chairman of the Daisy Appeal, Nick Stafford and 40 other volunteers.. What a great day, the sun shone and the ropes held! Money raised from sponsorship should add up to approximately 10k.. If you haven t returned your sponsor money or sponsor form yet, please do so as soon as possible.. Runforall in the rain.. Huge "thanks" to the volunteers and runners for turning out on a very grey, wet and cold Sunday morning in June.. Conditions were not good but everyone put on a brave face and with our new Daisy T-shirts, the runners did us proud.. Volunteers were superb and also deserved a medal.. Thank you everyone for being there!.. Barinda Banquet.. Daisy supporters received a very warm welcome from owners, Ali and award winning chef, Kayrul Kamali of Barinda Restaurant on Boothferry Road, Hull and, along with a banquet of delicious dishes, raised 2000 for the Appeal.. Photography Club.. South Holderness Photography Club handed over a cheque for 534 raised from selling prints at their open day.. Paul and John from the club were also official photographers at the recent Classics in the Park - photos of the event can be viewed and purchased online..

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  • Title: Donations - The Daisy Appeal
    Descriptive info: Donate today and you are personally helping in the fight against serious diseases affecting local people.. Your donation makes a real difference!.. Online Donations.. You can easily donate funds quickly using Just Giving (credit / debit or PayPal).. Donate by Text.. The Daisy Appeal is also accepting donations by text from your mobile phone to 70070 - it s really quick easy!.. To send money, all you do  ...   (don t forget the pound sign).. So, to send 10 - your text would be:.. Dais12 10.. (send to 70070).. Thank you!.. Donations by Post.. Should you wish to donate by post, you can use our downloadable.. (pdf).. It allows us to apply for Gift Aid, meaning your donation will go even further.. Appeal Office.. Daisy Building.. Castle Hill Hospital,.. Cottingham,.. East Yorkshire HU16 5JQ.. To start contributions search..

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  • Title: Daisy Bricks - The Daisy Appeal
    Descriptive info: With.. well underway, we are looking to continue our fundraising.. Our original Daisy Appeal Brick initiative allowed people to easily donate to the appeal by purchasing a brick which was then engraved and placed into the commemorative founders wall.. This initiative proved to be a great success, with many people donating.. It has proved to be an excellent way of creating a long lasting  ...   own building and due to the success of our previous Daisy Brick initiative, a new commemorative wall will be created.. Bricks cost 75 for black lettering, or 100 for gold lettering.. They are an affordable and easy way to make a much needed donation to the Daisy Appeal.. If you would like to purchase a brick, please.. contact us.. or.. download the application form here..

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  • Title: Legacy Donations - The Daisy Appeal
    Descriptive info: Legacy Donations.. How your legacy can help?.. Through our research programmes at the Hull East Yorkshire Medical Research Centre we can help to increase survival rates and naturally boost future survival rates from life-threatening diseases.. Our clinical trials facility means that patients living locally will be exposed to newly developed drugs and treatments at a far earlier time than they would otherwise have been.. By remembering us in your will, you will be help sustain our work, ensuring that these facilities continue to be available and  ...   Appeal to meet with you informally to discuss your bequest we will be pleased to arrange this.. To make an appointment, please contact the Daisy Appeal on Tel: 01482 461909 or email:.. jane@daisyappeal.. Following this we would strongly recommend that you use a solicitor to have your will professionally prepared.. If you do not have a solicitor or have not written a will,.. Andrew Jackson Solicitors.. offer a 20% reduction for Daisy Appeal Legacy business.. You can contact them via Kevin Webster on Tel: 01482 325242..

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