Jen Patterson, our hugely successful fundraiser from Middlesbrough, staged her second major event in a year and raised over £2000 for the Fund. The sum takes her total to a staggering £5000 plus raised for ECF since she lost her husband John from pancreatic cancer in 2013. Supported by her good friend, Mary Ambrose, Jen […]
On Sunday 27th September 2015 Emma, Gemma, Mark, Nikkii and Tom are taking part in Cambridge’s INSANE TERRAIN obstacle mud run. If you know us, you will also know we are not runners – so an off road, water-wading, obstacle-climbing, mud-sliding run – is no easy task! Of course, we are running this and raising money in […]
Members of the Chesterford Shoot Syndicate have raised £500 for the Fund. The group regularly runs a sweepstake at its events and at its last outing decided that the proceeds from the day would go to The Elizabeth Coteman Fund. Brian Sewell, a member of the syndicate lost both his brother and sister to pancreatic […]
Gemma and Colin Wilson have successfully climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, raising over £4300 for the fight against pancreatic cancer. The fantastic amount will be shared between The Elizabeth Coteman Fund and Pancreatic Cancer UK. In addition to on-line donations, a total of £1660 was raised by Colin in his butcher’s shop in Brighton! Their truly wonderful […]
Following the great success of fundraising for the Fund in the north east of England we have decided that the generosity of people in that region should be recognised with benefits being made available local patients and families dealing with pancreatic cancer. Accordingly, grants, family support and advocacy will be available to local patients referred […]
The Elizabeth Coteman Fund would like to thank friends of the late Ray Symonds for their donations following Ray’s sad death from pancreatic cancer last year. We are also extremely grateful to Ray’s family for thinking of us. A total of £1400 was shared equally between The Elizabeth Coteman Fund and the Arthur Rank Hospice. […]
Sisters, Clair Meager and Anna Fewell, completed the Thames Path Endurance Challenge to raise over £500 for The Elizabeth Coteman Fund. The pair, who lost their mum to pancreatic cancer in 2012, are pictured at the end of their ordeal. (Anna is on the left and Clair on the right). Thank you girls!
Members of Cambridge Cobras Cheerleading team braved the cold at this year’s Mill Road Winter Fair. In spite of the weather, the team put on a splendid performance (with smiles) and raised over £40 for the Fund from members of the public.
Our work is changing. The Fund continues to support the practical needs of families battling with pancreatic cancer through hardship payments, supporting the costs of clinical trials, respite care and meeting transport needs. But a greater proportion of our time is now spent supporting families with advice, information and advocacy as they come to terms […]
The Elizabeth Coteman Fund made its first grant and immediately had an impact on those suffering from Pancreatic Cancer. Cambridgeshire based Acorn Cancer Support Group were recipients of the Fund’s first award. The Group, whose aim is to alleviate the physical and emotional distress of cancer patients and their carers, meets at Huntingdon, St Ives and Ramsey and provides […]