YOUCAN -Youth-Cancer-Support

We are delighted to announce that we will be partnering with ‘YOUCAN ‘ Youth Cancer Support once again, as our chosen charity for the  2018 ‘London Pantomime Horse ( & Sloth ) Race.’


Recognising that cancer can affect confidence and self-esteem YouCan have set up ‘Get Together’ workshops designed by experienced health professionals, qualified therapists and business experts, with the aim of giving young people the confidence to reclaim a positive future.

YouCan is part of the Children’s Development Trust (CDT), a charity that has been operating for 9 years, mostly with children and young people, helping them to improve their lives through well-being, sport, health and the arts.  CDT was behind the highly successful Music On The Hill festivals in Kent in 2011 and 2013, featuring artists such as McFly, Peter Andre and Jools Holland.

YOUCAN  was specifically  set up to support young people, covering so many important times, such as changing schools, going to Uni, starting work and planning a future. With positive guidance and support when you need it, we don’t offer any medical care at all, but we will be alongside during and after treatment,

The 2017 ‘Rock/Pop Icons’ London Pantomime Horse Race, raised an incredible £14,000 for YOUCAN -Youth Cancer Support. A very well done to everyone who donated and to the teams, who helped make all this happen.

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There are many ways to get involved with this exciting charity so please visit or contact the charity at [email protected] or telephone 01732 844874.

I hope you will lend your support and help us raise funds for such a worthwhile organization.

Mark Biddiss

Organiser – The London Pantomime Horse Race

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