The inaugural Prog in the Park was in aid of the cancer charities – Maggie’s Centre’s and Sarcoma UK.
Several months ago, I received an email from a new health website called; allicantellyou.comThe people behind this website were aware of my rare cancer story and my determination to raise awareness of Malignant Myopericytoma. They were also aware that this is an extremely rare type of cancer and how rare it actually is. The senderContinue reading “ALL I CAN TELL YOU”
The Summer 19 edition of Connect, the quarterly magazine from rare cancer charity Sarcoma UK is now on their website. Click to access connect_-_july_2019_-_web_version.pdf Meet the Fundraisers is a feature on pages 3 and 4 about 5 different stories and how volunteer fundraisers have given up their free time to raise awareness and much neededContinue reading “AND THE BEAT GOES ON”
HELLO, IT’S BEEN A WHILE There’s been a steady flow of friends etc getting in touch over the last few weeks asking me if I am ok, how are you – that type of thing. When I have said that “I’m fine, thanks for asking” and then when I’ve asked them, “is there something wrongContinue reading “FINDING MY WAY”
Me and my mate Brian are organising an Indoor Prog Rock Festival; Prog in the Park takes place on Saturday 6th April 2019. The venue is in the beautiful Glen Pavillon Pittencrieff Park Dunfermline Fife Scotland. This is for 2 great cancer charities that I have used when going through intensive radiotherapy treatments; Maggie’s CentresContinue reading “PROG IN THE PARK”
Tickets for ‘PROG IN THE PARK‘ 2019 are on sale now. I am co-promoting this event with my friend, Brian Neeson. I had been thinking about organising an event similar to this before, however, my health had put a stop to that. About Prog in the Park https://www.facebook.com/groups/212460709393100/ Prog in the Park is an all-day ProgressiveContinue reading “PROG IN THE PARK”