Press releases archive
24 November 2016
Children’s charity Action Medical Research has launched a Blue and Pink Sale offering up to 50 per cent off its 2017 events!
The alternative to Black Friday will see fantastic discounts on the charity’s fundraising events so sign up today and join the fight for little lives.
The Blue and Pink Sale includes:
18 November 2016
Davina McCall has been honoured by children’s charity Action Medical Research after helping to raise £500,000 to help save and change the lives of sick and disabled babies and children.
The hugely popular TV presenter has supported the UK-wide charity since she was a child, inspired by her granny Pippy, and has brought her warmth and charisma to countless fundraising events over the years.
15 November 2016
Researchers at University College London Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health have the go ahead to start work developing a new, simple test to identify early on in pregnancy women who are at risk of premature labour.
The study has been made possible with a grant of £91,171 from children’s charity Action Medical Research.
With funding secured, the 16-month study led by Professor Nigel Klein is now set to begin in January 2017.
11 November 2016
The ladies of Glasgow have helped to raise a staggering £30,000 for children’s charity Action Medical Research at its Killer Heels and Cocktails event.
9 November 2016
A cycling novice from Earl Soham has won a bike in celebration of her impressive fundraising efforts for UK-wide children’s charity Action Medical Research.
Sandy Ruddock, who only began riding this year, was given a brand new Vitus Bikes Zenium Disc road bike last week by Chain Reaction Cycles after becoming the second highest fundraiser on the charity’s RIDE100 series.
4 November 2016
Brett, Mace and Dome Consulting are throwing their weight behind an epic new bike ride aimed exclusively at the construction industry.
Children’s charity Action Medical Research has launched a new edition of its hugely popular London to Paris bike ride for the sector and a number of firms are preparing to take their support up a gear.
1 November 2016
With less than one month to go, the guestlist is looking golden for the seventh annual Champions of CycleSport Dinner in aid of Action Medical Research.
Four-time Olympic gold medallist Laura Kenny OBE will be heading up the red carpet on Thursday, 24 November 2016, along with Jody Cundy MBE, fresh from his double gold victory in the Rio Paralympics.
28 October 2016
Families should act quickly to snap up photography sessions as Muse Portraits shows its support for UK-wide children's charity Action Medical Research next month.
The Pakenham studio will be offering family portrait sessions worth £200 in exchange for a £25 donation to Action Medical Research throughout November to raise funds to help save and change children’s lives.
19 October 2016
In the 1950s polio was one of the most feared diseases in the developed world. Polio attacks nerves that control muscles, leading to muscle weakness and paralysis, and can be fatal.
Go West stars Richard Drummie and Peter Cox helped to raise £20,000 for children’s charity Action Medical Research when they hosted a ladies’ lunch in Kent on Friday, 7 October.
14 October 2016
Four-time Olympic gold medallist Laura Kenny OBE is the latest athletes to join the glittering line-up of sporting stars at Action Medical Research’s Champions of CycleSport Dinner.
Laura has become Great Britain's most successful Olympic female competitor after winning the team pursuit and the omnium at both the 2012 and 2016 Games.
11 October 2016
A new fundraising challenge being launched by children’s charity Action Medical Research will see participants racing by bike, on foot and in canoes across the Isle of Wight to help save and change children’s lives.
Action Medical Research is on the hunt for participants keen to combine a love of the outdoors with raising vital funds on this brand new event for 2017.
7 October 2016
Just a week after returning from the Paralympic Games in Rio, gold medallist Jody Cundy was in Hertfordshire to see off riders who have helped raise more than £70,000 on the inaugural Willmott Dixon Classic in aid of Action Medical Research.
4 October 2016
Lucy Kerr will use her stint wearing the Miss Scotland crown to help save and change the lives of sick and disabled babies and children.
The 19-year-old, from Bearsden, Glasgow, has pledged to raise funds for UK children’s charity Action Medical Research during her reign.