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Marloe London designs a scarf for the Gynaecological Cancer Fund

1 February 2017

We are delighted to announce that luxury motherhood brand Marloe London have joined forces with the Gynaecological Cancer Fund’s Lady Garden Campaign, and have designed an exclusive scarf for mothers and daughters in beautiful ombré aqua and coral – endorsed by Chloe Delevingne and available exclusively at Selfridges. The scarf will be launched on Mother’s Day (Sunday 26th March) – watch this space for more information.

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March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

20 January 2017

March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. OCAM reminds women, their family and friends, to understand and be vigilant about the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer (see details of these on our website). Many charities will be supporting the March Campaign and there will be extensive press coverage. Equally OCAM is aimed at heightening awareness amongst […]

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TOTM announces the Gynaecological Cancer Fund as their Charity of the Year for 2017

19 January 2017

We are delighted that TOTM (Time Of The Month) has announced that the Gynaecological Cancer Fund is their Charity of the Year for 2017. TOTM is encouraging women to be kinder to their vaginas with a range of organic cotton tampons, pads and liners, via a unique subscription service.

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3rd Annual Ladies’ Lunch at Fortnum and Mason

16 December 2016

On Thursday 29th September 2016 London’s most influential women gathered for the third annual Ladies’ Lunch at the iconic Fortnum & Mason Piccadilly, who have, once again, generously sponsored the event. Charlotte Dellal, Tania Bryer, Calgary Avansino and Fabiana Ecclestone and Masha Hanson all joined committee members Tamara Beckwith Veroni, Jenny Halpern Prince, Mika Simmons, Josephine Daniel and Astrid Harbord for the charity lunch.

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Cotswolds Christmas Extravaganza at 911 Rennsport

2 December 2016

The Gynaecological Cancer Fund put on an amazing Christmas Extravaganza on Friday 25th November 2016 at 911 Rennsport Classic Porsche showroom in Moreton-in-Marsh.

Our event was opened by Tamara Beckwith, one of the founders of the Gynaecological Cancer Fund. We started the evening in style with canapés and champagne and everyone enjoyed shopping at our lovely trade stands, which included our own New and Nearly New Designer Clothes and Lady Garden Pot Luck.

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LADY GARDENER PHOTOSHOOT FOR VANITY FAIR ON TIME

14 September 2016

In June, the ten members of the Gynaecological Cancer Fund Committee spread the word about gynaecological cancer awareness when they were invited to a photoshoot for VANITY FAIR ON TIME at the Clifton Nurseries in London in June 2016.

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CARA DELEVINGNE FRONTS THE 2016 LADY GARDEN CAMPAIGN

30 August 2016

Cara calls hers ‘Randy Jackson’, what do you call yours?

Cara Delevingne, sister of Gynaecological Cancer Fund Committee member, Chloe Delevingne and Poppy Delevingne, is fronting this year’s Lady Garden Campaign and has appeared on the cover of the Sunday Times Style Magazine (28 August), wearing just a Lady Garden hooded sweatshirt.

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New and Nearly-New Designer Clothes sales

22 August 2016

Our Grace & Favour clothes sales, masterminded by Suzie Coker have continued this year in the Cotswolds and have raised just over £10,000 in 2016. We will be selling a selection of them at our Christmas Extravaganza at Rennsport in Moreton-in-Marsh on Friday 25 November from 6pm to 9pm. Tamara Beckwith will be opening the event.

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Operas at Whichford House

22 August 2016

On 8th and 9th July 2016 Bridget Barker, and her husband, Simon Herrtage hosted two productions by Diva Opera – Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte and Donizetti’s Don Pasquale.

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Blossom City Campaign

21 June 2016

Throughout summer 2016 D&D Restaurants launched the delicious Blossom City Campaign, offering diners the opportunity to donate £1 on their bill to the Lady Garden Campaign. The Campaign kicked off with a fantastic launch party. By Mid-September 2016 £33,700 had been raised.

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