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Race Night at The Firs in Codsall Thursday 19th. July, 2012 7.30 pm Advance Bookings Welcome

Jump for life! we need you! saturday 17th July 2012 from 11 till 3 at The Bull Hotel Codsall Raising Awareness & Funds for Cyber Knife treatment for NHS Cancer Patients This event is being run alongside the Help for Heroes! Help raise awareness and funds for two worthy causes in one event. You choose who you jump for! You...

Quiz Night Challenge Quiz master Draisy at The Firs Codsall Thursday 19th. April, 2012 7.30 pm

Please join us on the 4th Feb 2012 at Codsall Sports Centre for the biggest Zumba Party ever held. We need as many people as possible to join us for this event all the money raised will go to the Kym Carpenter Memorial Fund for the cyber knife cancer treatment at the QE Hospital Birmingham and the South Staffordshire First...

Kym Carpenter sadly passed away on 13th September 2009. During the time he was ill we enquired about Cyber Knife treatment, but unfortunately Kym’s cancer was too far advanced. We believe earlier diagnosis and Cyber Knife treatment could have saved his life or given him a little more time with us. It is too late to help Kym now, but in...

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Cancer Appeal CyberKnife is an amazing non-invasive alternative to open surgery in treating tumours anywhere in the body   What does mean? Like TomoTherapy TomoHD, it enables very high doses of radiation to be targeted directly at the tumour with pinpoint accuracy, without damaging healthy tissue. Its full name is CyberKnife Robotic Stereotactic Radiosurgery System –...

The CyberKnife® Robotic Radiosurgery System is a non-invasive alternative to surgery for the treatment of both cancerous and non-cancerous tumors anywhere in the body. The CyberKnife is a frameless robotic radiosurgery system invented by John R. Adler, a Stanford University Professor of Neurosurgery and Radiation Oncology, and Peter and Russell Schonberg of Schonberg Research Corporation. The two main elements of...

Currently there is a centre in Harley Street, at a cost of £35,000. Agreement from a specialist doctor is very difficult to get and of course there is the cost. As every family knows after a diagnosis such as Cancer time is not always on the patient’s side. Our mission is to fund raise until we have either the money...

In memory of Kym’s Birthday. To remember people you have lost to Cancer and make a small donation to help treat cancer. From The Bridge Inn Brewood to The Heartley Arms Weaton Aston and back. All welcome!