Helpline 07939 046 030

A Spooktacular Halloween day for NTUK

04 November 2019

A Spooktacular Halloween day for NTUK

The Claims Teams at Alan Boswell Group in Norwich and Cambridge held a Spooktacular Halloween Day to raise money for Nerve Tumours UK. The day itself was a wonderful event which saw some magnificent and some utterly terrifying costumes on show as well as several expertly carved pumpkins.

The money raised is being donated toward Sharon Theobald and her husband Ceri's London Marathon run next year. They are both running in memory of Sharon's late brother Jason as well as Sharon's brother Neil and niece, Ava Lily who are both affected by NF1. 

In true Halloween style there were also a whole host of spooky treats available

Everyone at Nerve Tumours UK would like to thank Sharon, Ceri and the Claims Team for supporting our charity with their wonderful fundraising event 😊

Filter News

Filter by Date
Category
Reset

Ava-Lily’s NF1 story

Ava-Lily is thriving at school despite various NF1 related difficulties - read her story

Read More

Westminster Virtual Rare Disease Day 2022 Reception

NTUK joined the annual international event aimed at raising awareness & highlighting the needs of people with rare diseases

Read More

Tate found his 2022 challenge!

Support Tate with his 2 day Shine A Light marathon!

Read More

Noreen’s story

Read Noreen's incredibly honest & moving blog about living with NF1

Read More

Ella’s editorial

Have a read of Ella's editorial as she shares her brave journey against NF1 with us!

Read More

Rare Disease Day 2022

Nerve Tumours UK joins events showcasing Rare Disease Day, hosted by the Genetic Alliance, on 28 February 2022

Read More

Runderpants Winchester 2022

The Runderpants fun run makes a successful return to Winchester

Read More

NF1 Research study with fly model

How can studying the brain of a fruit fly help with understanding of NF1?

Read More

Stuart’s Schwannoma Story Part Two

Stuart's update takes us through the operation to remove the Schwannoma, recovery and getting back to marathon training.

Read More