• Cancer Research Wales

Cancer Research Wales

Future Inn Cardiff is proud to help raise awareness for Cancer Research Wales and support their fundraising efforts


About Cancer Research Wales

Cancer Research Wales funds cutting edge research in Wales into the early diagnosis, better treatment and preventatives of cancer. It is world-leading, it is local, and gives hope to cancer patients and their families.

Every donation they receive goes directly to their teams of leading scientists based here in Wales. It funds their work, helping them in the pursuit of a cure; making great discoveries in the areas of early diagnosis, better treatments and preventatives of cancer for the benefit of cancer patients globally.

The research is undertaken in the universities and hospitals throughout the nation and covers many cancer sites that include cancers of the prostate, colon, breast, kidney, blood (leukaemia), cervix and oesophagus.

As well as focusing on site-specific cancers the Cancer Research Wales research portfolio is rich in studies that seek to better understand the fundamental processes of cancer biology that are common to all cancers, such as uncontrolled cell growth, invasion and spread, resistance to chemo- and radiotherapies and immune evasion.

Find out more

Cancer Research Wales Net-walk

Friday 28th February 2020 at 11am starting at Future Inn Cardiff


We are delighted to be teaming up with Cancer Research Wales to offer a networking event with a twist. Join us as we ‘walk and talk’ on a 6km loop of Cardiff Bay, whilst connecting and building relationships with other businesses and organisations. This opportunity will be offered to all Cancer Research Wales supporters and corporate partners.  It is a great way to start 2020. 



Event: Net-walking

Date: Friday 28th February 2020

Arrival Time: 11am

Where: Future Inn Cardiff Bay

Route: 6km route around Cardiff Bay

Finish: Future Inn Cardiff 

Why you should attend

  • Learn more about Cancer Research Wales
  • Build relationships with other businesses
  • Walking can help increase creativity, mood and reduce stress
  • It can also improve health and aid digestion
  • Achieve your 10,000 steps a day challenge
  • Take in the beautiful scenery of Cardiff Bay
  • Complimentary tea, coffee and water

Sign up and take part

The Cancer Research Wales team do require you to register your participation. IThe event is free to attend, but registration is essential. A member of the Cancer Research Wales fundraising team will follow up with the full event itinerary.


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