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Hope for Tomorrow Press Release


Hope for Tomorrow announce date for event taking place at Highgrove



Hope for Tomorrow are pleased to announce that they will be holding an evening of dining, dancing, entertainment and live music in celebration of the life of Gloucestershire resident and charity Founder, Christine Mills, who sadly passed away in September 2018.  The event will be held at Highgrove, in the Orchard Room,  on Friday 13th September.  Patrons of the charity will be amongst the guests in attendence.


Tickets are available at £185 per person or £1800 for a table of 10 which includes a Champagne reception, two course dinner with wines, live music and entertainment. 


Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment and help raise essential funds for the charity. Tickets can be booked online:


Tina Seymour, Chief Executive of Hope for Tomorrow says "We are thrilled to be returning to Highgrove for this special fundraising evening as it coincides with the anniversary of the passing of our much loved Founder Christine Mills.  I do hope you will join us for what promises to be a very special event at a beautiful setting for a relaxed evening of dining, dancing and entertainment, all of which Christine loved. Keeping the wheels turning on our fleet of Mobile Cancer Care Units is at the heart of everything we do and we hope as many of you can join us to help us continue our bring cancer care closer to patients".





Notes to editors


About Hope for Tomorrow


Hope for Tomorrow is a dedicated charity, bringing cancer care closer to patients' homes via our Mobile Cancer Care Units (MCCUs).

Fighting cancer is one of the hardest things any one will ever have to do, even without the additional stress of spending hours travelling long distances to hospitals to receive treatment. This is why Hope for Tomorrow brings cancer care closer to patient's homes, to ease the strains of travel and to give them more time with their loved ones.


We work in a unique partnership with the NHS helping to ease capacity challenges at hospital trusts. We now have 10 MCCUs operational in Gloucestershire, Somerset, South Wiltshire, East Kent, Lincolnshire, Cornwall, West Suffolk, East Essex, London/ Surrey and West Yorkshire, with two reserve MCCUs in place to ensure continuity of service during the maintenance schedule. We also provide a Nurses Support Vehicle with each MCCU, which allows the nursing team to travel to and from the daily treatment locations.

The charity won a Queen's Award for Enterprise - Innovation, in 2016. The Award is the UK's highest accolade for business success, and was made in recognition of our achievements since the Founder, Christine Mills MBE, set up Hope for Tomorrow in 2003.  

Our Gloucestershire Mobile Cancer Care Unit ‘Helen' visits Tewkesbury, Stroud, Cirencester and Cinderford on a weekly basis.


For further information on Hope for Tomorrow, please contact:
01666 505055


For further enquiries, please contact:

Emma Bowles, Events and VIP Manager


Claire Cosgrove, Head of Fundraising and Communications