The Lady Garden Campaign launched its third collection of T-shirts on Friday 29th September. They were co-designed and modelled by Naomi Campbell, Cara, Poppy and Chloe Delevingne, Suki Waterhouse and Charlotte Tilbury. Our Lady Garden Campaign website, with its powerful pink graphics, announced the start of the Campaign to raise awareness of gynaecological cancers. Articles were published […]
London’s most influential women gathered for our fourth annual fundraising Ladies Lunch at the iconic Fortnum & Mason Piccadilly, who have, once again, generously sponsored the event.
Meg Matthews, Trinny Woodall, Sarah Duchess of York, Amanda Wakely, Tania Bryer, Sarah Doy and Tamara Ralph, amongst others, all joined our Committee members Mika Simmons, Tamara Beckwith Veroni, Jenny Halpern Prince, and Astrid Harbord for the charity lunch.
On the 7th and 8th July, Whichford House hosted two successful opera evenings to fundraise for our charity – Diva Opera’s production of La bohème and . Maggie Pettifer, an ovarian cancer patient and a Gynaecological Cancer Fund supporter, attended both evenings and writes here about the performances and how much she enjoyed them.
Dr Susana Banerjee elected as a Fellow to the Royal College of Physicians
14 July 2017
We are delighted to hear the fantastic news that Dr Susana Banerjee has been elected as a Fellow to the Royal College of Physicians. Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians is an accolade held by some of the most exceptional and innovative physicians in the world.
Bluebird Hosts the Blossom City Gala Dinner in Association with Lady Garden
9 June 2017
On Tuesday 6th June, iconic Chelsea landmark, Bluebird Chelsea, hosted the Blossom City Gala Dinner in aid of Lady Garden Gynaecological Cancer Fund. The sophisticated event was part of restaurant group D&D’s Blossom City campaign.
A great opening night for Alexander James exhibition
21 May 2017
On the evening of Thursday 18th May, D-Contemporary Gallery hosted the opening of an exhibition by artist Alexander James entitled “All Icons Are False” in aid of Gynaecological Cancer Fund. The opening was a great success and the exhibition will run until 30th May, Monday to Saturday, 11am to 6pm, at D-Contemporary Gallery, 23 Grafton Street, London, W1S 4EY. We encourage everyone to explore Alexander James’ fantastic work.
Following last year’s Lady Garden Run, the Gynaecological Cancer Fund sprung back into action for the 2017 5K and 10K Run in Hyde Park on Saturday 13th May.
We were thrilled that 500 runners (both men and women this year) came out to support us with their friends and families. The atmosphere in the Park was terrific and we are so appreciative of the money they raised to make gynaecological cancers Silent No More.
Thank you to Ines (@YourMove_UK), one of our Lady Garden Campaigners and her daughter Emily (6 years old!) who climbed Tryfan Mountain in Snowdonia over the Easter weekend to raise funds for the Gynaecological Cancer Fund.