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Forthcoming Events

The fundraising department at Bristol Cancer Help Centre organise a range of events, big and small, that anyone is welcome to attend or participate in.

Forthcoming events:

Firewalk - Fulfil Your Burning Ambitions
Pump Square, Pill
27th April 2006 7:00pm

Take part in possibly the shortest charity walk ever. Walk over 20 feet of wood embers burning at 1200 degrees Fahrenheit without experiencing any pain or injury at all!
Face your fears and book now to reserve your place on this exciting fundraising event.
If you can walk on fire what else can you do if you put your mind to it?

For further information please contact us on 01275 370075 or 01275 370074 or alternatively email us. 

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Are you prepared to go over the top? Abseil down the Avon Gorge
1st July 2006

This is your chance to prove your mettle by abseiling the 100ft cliff face of the beautiful Avon Gorge in Bristol. This fundraising event for Bristol Cancer Help Centre is becoming more and more popular so book now to reserve your place on this experience of a lifetime. For more information please call us on 01275 370 074 or 01275 370 075 or alternatively email

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NEW - Cuba Bike Ride 
4th � 13th May 2006

Sample every aspect of island life on this fantastic journey through Cuba�s historic heartland.   The salsa rhythms, smiling faces and Caribbean scenery will live with you forever as you lose your heart this mystical nation. 

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If you have any queries on this 9 day ride please contact Danny on 01275 370 072 by email

Zapata Nature Park

Cuban beach    Cuban car

Results of our previous events. 

"I loved running the New york marathon.  Everyone at the Bristol Cancer Help Centre was so supportive of my efforts.  With their help they made my crazy dream come true.  It was a genuine pleasure."

Tim O'Brien 

Marathon Runner 2002