This blog aims to shine a light on the varied and many people affected by bowel cancer. Around 268,000 people living in the UK today have been diagnosed with the disease. But it doesn’t just impact the patient, it touches their families, friends and colleagues, doctors and nurses, scientists and researchers.
Five essential tips for running a half marathon after surgery
Michelle, 45 from Kilmarnock was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016. Three years later, she is set to run the Scottish Half Marathon in September this year. She gives her top tips on how to train whilst…
Volunteering at Walk Together
Walk Together is our set of fantastic five-mile walks taking place this September in London, Edinburgh, Belfast and Cardiff. At each of our events we have lots of amazing volunteers who help us to run…
Strictly’s Flavia Cacace top tips for Step up for 30
With Step up for 30 starting in just a few days, Professional dancer and former BBC Strictly Come Dancing pro, Flavia Cacace has put together her top tips for how you can get motivated and start off your…
blubolt announce rebrand honouring close ties with the charity
After losing their lead designer Amy Mattingly to bowel cancer in 2018, the Bath-based eCommerce agency, blubolt, have a strong and ongoing commitment to support Bowel Cancer UK.
How to take on Step up for 30 with bowel cancer
Helen Macfadyen was diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer in February 2018. Later that year in June she decided she needed to be more active, so signed up to take part in Step up for 30
Top tips for setting up your marathon online donation page
Daniel is running the Belfast marathon on Sunday 5 May in memory of his uncle Steve, who died of bowel cancer in 2018.
Fundraise Your Way: Walking 48 miles in a month
Jenn Little is fundraising her way this April by walking a mammoth 48 miles in a month to raise money for the charity.