South West London Christmas Fair 2016

South West London Christmas Fair 2016

Posted by Lady Wimbledon | 4 November 2016 | Community Spirit

The annual Cancer Research UK, South West London Christmas Fair will be held on 9 to 10 November 2016. Find a wealth of festive treats, with more than 70 stalls selling a range of fun toys, handmade jewellery, clothes and unique decorations.

Last year, the fair raised £45,000 to help support the invaluable work of the Clinical Trials Unit. This year, the fair is supporting Dr. Ruth Langley who is leading the Add-Aspirin trial, CRUK’s most ambitious clinical trial to date. With increasing evidence that aspirin may help prevent cancers, including bowel cancer. This research hopes to discover whether adding aspirin daily to standard cancer treatments, such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, can stop cancer returning and ultimately save more lives.




Tickets are available in advance at £10 or on the door for £12 on the Wednesday evening (includes a glass of wine) and £5 for Thursday. Free parking is available.

Where: Bank of England Sports Centre, Bank Lane, London, SW15 5JQ.

Date & Time: Wednesday 9 November from 5pm – 9pm and Thursday 10 November from 9am – 3pm

Follow: @CR_UK
Call: 08701 602040

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