TV and stage actor Ben Richards has become our patron. Ben is dedicated to making more people aware of the issues that younger patients face and encouraging everyone to visit their GP.
We are delighted that Bafta award winning actor, Tom, has become our patron. Tom is looking forward to raising awareness of bowel cancer and stopping people needlessly dying from the disease.
Award winning architect Lord Norman Foster is an Ambassador of Bowel Cancer UK. Lord Foster the creator of projects such as Stansted Airport, London's Millennium Bridge and 30 St Mary Axe (known as the Gherkin) wants to raise awareness of the disease.
Countryfile and Wainwright Walks presenter Julia is our latest patron. Julia is looking forward to making sure people understand the benefits of exercise as part of reducing the risk of getting bowel cancer.
Cricketer Chris has supported the charity since 2007 when he ran the New York Marathon in honour of his first cricket coach, Trevor Ward, who died of the disease. Since becoming a patron Chris has supported the charity in many different ways.
Charlotte, the star of 'Easy Virtue' and the television adaptations of 'Wuthering Heights' and 'The Take' is thrilled to become our patron. She wants to promote early diagnosis to help save lives.
ITN presenter Charlene who comes from South London is deeply dedicated to raising awareness of bowel cancer. Charlene has taken part in our Spring Step 5k walk and done numerous media interviews for us.