Just 1% of the national spend on cancer research has been allocated to this devastating
The brooches listed here have been exclusively designed for Brain Tumour Research in collaboration with celebrated Milliners and Hatters. We are proud of our partnerships and offer these unique pieces for a suggested minimum donation of £10. Each brooch is limited to a run of 500 and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity to verify this.
To order your very own piece of millinery memorabilia phone the office directly on 01908 867200 or send an email to email@example.com. You can also order and pay online on our eBay store.
Piers Atkinson Brooch
2017 - Purchase Here
"Having learned more about this devastating disease and the need for increased research to get closer to a cure I am so pleased to have contributed in this way. I hope everyone who wears this brooch enjoys the comments of friends and strangers and it happy to explain with pride that they wear it to support Brain Tumour Research." Read more Show less
Stephen Jones Brooch *Sold Out*
"I am thrilled one of my drawings has been transformed into this beautiful multi-coloured and limited-edition brooch for Brain Tumour Research and Wear A Hat Day. In every situation to me flowers are always inspirational." Read more Show less
The brooch design was based on a photograph of celebrated model and supporter Kerri Parker. Kerri has been one of our most active campaigners since a brain tumour diagnosis in 2013.
"I want my story to highlight the lack of funding going into brain tumour research. Wear A Hat Day is a fantastic campaign raising both awareness and funds. Thank you for your support and enjoy wearing this fabulous brooch!" Read more Show less
Rachel Trevor-Morgan Brooch *Sold Out*
“I am delighted to support Brain Tumour Research and Wear A Hat Day. I am always trying to encourage people to wear more hats – what a perfect way to raise awareness and make a statement for such an important cause."
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Philip Treacy Brooch *Sold Out*
“This hat is like a protection for the mind and the body and is why I thought of Brain Tumour Research.”
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