Councillor Adrian Axford died suddenly in his sleep on 11 March following a stroke. He will be sadly missed by both the Ryde community and Caring Cancer Trust
5 time British Olympic Downhill skier, Graham is one of the best skiers the UK has ever known. He is the anchor presenter of BBC’s Ski Sunday, sports journalist and adventurer. He has given time to ski coach our Create2Go Alpine Adventure group of children with cancer.
Professor Ian Hampson and Dr. Lynne Hampson lead crucial animal-free oncology research into Childhood Leukaemia and Cervical Cancer at the University of Manchester Viral Oncology Research Laboratories.
Olympic Freestyle and Slopestyle Snowboarder. Jamie Nicholls is a two-time Olympian from Yorkshire who’s competed in some of the biggest snowboard and slopestyle competitions in the world, including X-Games, Tokyo Burton Rail days and the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics (where he came 6th).
Britain’s Olympic Snow Queen and Snowboard icon. She took home gold in the slopestyle at the 2009 and 2010 Winter X Games. In 2014, she became the first British athlete to win a medal in an Olympic snow event, winning bronze in the slopestyle. Jenny has given time to snowboard coach our Youth2Go Alpine Adventure group of children with cancer.
John Reid and his Midnight Gallery in London provide considerable and valued financial support, together with inspired Art teaching at our Youth2Go Creative Adventure programme.
Steve and Rosie organize marathons and events in memory of their daughter Maisie, who was a Youth2Go Adventure Holiday mentor, and gave so much inspiration in her short life to us at and to childhood cancer sufferers.