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Brethren of the Preceptory were very pleased to present a £550 donation to the Solihull Prostate Cancer Support Group.




Pictured are Most Wise Sovereign Roger Dixon and the Almoner Illustrious Brother Brian Stopford.

The support group meets at Solihull Methodist Church on the last Tuesday of every month except December.


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It promises to be an entertaining afternoon with sandwiches, cakes, scones and

entertainment from the Coventry Mummers who will also be performing the traditional mummers play, St. George.

Mummers' plays are folk plays, dating back to the Middle Ages, and performed by troupes of amateur actors, traditionally all male, known as Mummers.  Historically, Mummers' plays consisted of informal groups of costumed amateur male actors who performed the plays on the streets, people’s homes or pub.

The Coventry Mummers, now in their 54th year, consist of some 15 male players who specialise in Mumming, performing at schools, colleges and festivals, with humour, colourful costumes and spectacular costumes. https://www.coventrymummers.org.uk

Tickets are priced at £28.00 per person and all funds raised will go the Bradby Club, although a youth club, with three nightly open weekly sessions for the young people of Rugby and District, it also offers a range of services and activities to support young people in their journey into adulthood, including a Substance Misuse Service, a Safer Relationships and Sexual Health Service with both supporting young people directly and also delivering workshops to Schools and other youth provisions. Young carers can access support through the Warwickshire Young Carers who deliver weekly sessions at the Rugby based Centre.  Other services for young people include: Rugby Young Parents Group, Rugby Boxing Academy and community gym facilities.  http://www.bradby.org.uk.

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The Graham Fulford Charitable Trust

KMC PSA TESTING EVENT

Knowle Masonic Centre

1621 Warwick Rd

Knowle

B93 9LF

Saturday 27 Apr 2024 @ 09:30-16:00


THIS EVENT HAS BEEN SET UP TO TEST THE HEALTH

OF YOUR PROSTATE, BY WAY OF A PAIN FREE BLOOD TEST.

Cost £25 per test.






























The Graham Fulford Charitable Trust (GFCT) was set up by Graham Fulford to promote awareness of Prostate Cancer following the diagnosis of a close friend who died at the age of 58 and a close family member who died in 2007 from prostate cancer after a valiant fight. 

  

As a result of popular demand from our partners and Corporate Clients we now also offer a wide range of blood tests covering key areas as Heart Health and Diabetes risk to name just two. Since launching this initiative around 18 months or so ago we've carried out around 8,000 other tests for both men and women which have revealed a rather staggering 42% outside normal ranges. 

Since 2004, together with our partners, GFCT has been involved in testing over 131,984 men and conducting  262,231 tests so far [07/02/2024].

 

Consequently, there have been over 2,801 known cancers identified that otherwise may not have been discovered.


This article was originally posted on the Warwickshire In Touch Newsletter

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