Article Source: Beatson Cancer Charity
First Published: 11 February 2021 15:11
Updated: 11 February 2021 15:11
‘Beatson Banter’ gives sporting fans the priceless opportunity to pose questions to sporting legends and bid for some exclusive memorabilia.
Scottish Rugby star Andy Nicol kicks off the three online events on Thursday 25th February, before passing the baton to ‘The Jarrow Arrow’ Steve Cram CBE on Thursday 11th March and then it’s a double header with Old Firm footballing legends Mark Hateley and John Hartson on Thursday 25th March.
Each Beatson Banter session is one hour, tickets are £10 each or book your tickets before 25th February and enjoy all 3 sessions for the reduced price of £25.
Now, more than ever, Beatson Cancer charity needs your help. Fundraising efforts are strained, and public support is crucial in order to help keep the charity’s services running.
Martin Cawley, Beatson Cancer Charity CEO said: “As a result of the COVID 19 crisis, Beatson Cancer Charity has had to make significant changes to the way we operate. We are delighted to continue to deliver some fun events digitally.”
“We can still have a positive impact on patient’s lives and support our NHS colleagues at the Beatson. We continue to fund Radiographers and Clinical Nurse Specialists who are working harder than ever to provide enhanced care and support to vulnerable cancer patients. We are doing all we can to continue to help our colleagues at The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre and continue to fund life-saving research.”
Mark Hateley said: “I'm thrilled to be supporting Beatson Banter and look forward to questions from the audience and being put through my paces!”
Beatson Cancer Charity supports people affected by cancer, every step of the way. They provide services, as well as funding specialists, research and education to invest in a better future for cancer patients and their families.
• Book your place online with the 3 for 2 deal
• Andy Nicol, Thursday 25th February
• Steve Cram, Thursday 11th March
• John Hartson and Mark Hateley, Thursday 25th March
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