Women’s 10K T-Shirt Revealed

Following its debut success in 2023, the Moy Park Belfast City Women’s 10K returns to the iconic Titanic Quarter on Sunday 23rd June 2024. The female only event is open to runners, joggers and walkers aged 15 and over.

On your Marks, Get Set, Fundraise for Cancer Focus Northern Ireland

With only 12 weeks to race day, your fundraising is needed more than ever to help support the vital work of Cancer Focus NI. Each day in Northern Ireland, another 37 people are told that they have cancer. Thankfully, your local cancer charity is there to help support people and families on their journey.

Get Festive with the NEW Moy Park Belfast City 5K Fun Run November 2024!

Lace up your trainers, gather your family and friends, and celebrate the arrival of the newest event in Belfast City Marathon’s calendar for 2024 – a FESTIVE 5K Fun Run!! 

Great Days Start Here with Linwoods NEW Overnight Oats Range with Benefits!

Get your mornings off to a great start with Linwoods as they unveil a delicious range of Overnight Oats with functional benefits in three tasty variants; Strawberry Energy, Chocolate Protein and Original Energy. 

The Treasured Gift of Christmas Memories for Families with Cancer

37 people in Northern Ireland are told they have cancer every day. For those facing a terminal diagnosis, this Christmas will take on special meaning. 

Local Cancer Charity Funds First Pancreatic Biobank

This World Pancreatic Cancer Day, local charity, Cancer Focus Northern Ireland, has announced the creation of NI’s first pancreatic tumour tissue resource. An achievement made possible thanks to the charity’s commitment to funding local research of cancers of unmet needs.

Northern Ireland Does The Daily Mile Santa Run!

The Daily Mile calls all schools & early years settings from across Northern Ireland to join them this Christmas for their annual Daily Mile Santa Run! 

Cancer Focus NI Research reveals £17m annual cost of treating Skin Cancer

Charity calls for ambitious new Skin Cancer Prevention Strategy to ease the burden on the health service, as half of cases are preventable.


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