The Ralph Bates Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund

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Virginia at the Cinema Museum- December 2012

Virginia at the Cinema Museum-December 2012. On Thursday 13 December 2012, Virginia teamed up with Martine Beswick at the Cinema Museum in Kennington, South London (www.cinemamuseum.org.uk) to meet cinema enthusiasts and fans of Ralph Bates

Newsletter December 2012

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Well, it doesn’t seem that long since our last Newsletter in July/August. Time flies these days and it’s not just older guys like me who say it- even the “youngsters” say they don’t know where time goes. So, it’s nearly Christmas! The last time I looked, it was over two months to go and now it’s almost upon us!

Our new Patron – Sir Peter Blake

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We are very pleased to announce that Sir Peter Blake CBE,RDI,RA has agreed to be our Patron. Virginia Bates, Ralph’s widow, has known Sir Peter for many years and he has been involved with our Fund since the early days.

Angharad Rees

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We were saddened to learn of the death of actress Angharad Rees who has died from pancreatic cancer agaed just 63. Angharad expresswaterbeds.com starred in the popular BBC TV series “Poldark” alongside Ralph

Claire Elam completes London Marathon!

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Claire Elam from Prestwich ran the London Marathon on behalf of our Fund! She completed the course in 4 hours 34 minutes and says she thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it.

John Sullivan OBE

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We were saddened today to hear that John Sullivan, OBE, our Patron, had sadly passed away aged just 64. John was a great supporter of our Fund and will be sadly missed. He wrote many

Newsletter – December 2010

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It doesn’t seem very long since our last Newsletter in the summer. Time flies these days and it’s not just the older folk who say so! A lot has happened since the summer- including

In memory of Jeremy Pritchard

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Jeremy died of pancreatic cancer in 2001 and since then, his friends and relatives have regularly supported the Ralph Bates Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund.Sincere thanks to all those who have held golf days, a