Wear A Hat Day – Brain Tumour Awareness

24th March 2021

16,000 people are diagnosed with a brain tumour every year. They are indiscriminate and can affect anyone at any age – killing more people under the age of 40 than any other cancer.

A couple of years ago, I lost a close childhood friend, Charlie, to a brain tumour – he was aged just 50 and in the prime of his life.

So many others have similar stories – and that’s why I am proud to support Brain Tumour Research’s ‘Wear A Hat Day’ again this year – THIS Friday, 26th March 2020.

Join 1000’s taking part at home, work or school – and learn more at the Brain Tumour Research website here

For Charlie, and the thousands of others who have lost their lives or been affected by brain tumours:

Wear a Hat Day