Brain Tumour Research Media Coverage

Over radio, television and newspaper, our regional and national media has reached over 20 million people in the past year.

This is an amazing achievement, and is made possible by our incredible supporters and the stories they share. Media coverage is such a powerful way to raise more awareness and funds.

If you’ve got a story to talk about and you’d like our help in getting your voice heard in the press, then please do not hesitate to contact us on media@braintumourresearch.org or call us on 01908 867200.

We have one of the UK's most experienced and professional press teams for raising awareness of brain tumours. We have strong links with regional and national media in order to ensure the story we tell is honest, accurate and compelling. We also work closely with the Science Media Centre in London, whose ultimate goal is to facilitate more scientists engaging with the media.

If you are a journalist who would like further information about Brain Tumour Research, we'd be very happy to provide you with general and specific information about brain tumours and the groundbreaking research being carried out at our Centres of Excellence.

Contact our Press Team:

Head of External Affairs - Hugh Adams hugh@braintumourresearch.org / 07809 701229

National Media - Caroline Marrows caroline@braintumourresearch.org / 07714 743764

Regional Media - Susan Castle-Smith susan@braintumourresearch.org / 07887 241639

 

Recent media coverage

 

Quick Links: January

 

January 2017

Daily Mail - Dying man pops the question with heartbreaking proposal 

The Mirror - Little girls pen heartbreaking letter to tragic dad saying: "We try our hardest to look after mum"

Charity Today - Sports Presenter launches nationwide fundraiser

BBC News - Debbie McGee unveils charity badge after Paul Daniels' death

 

Prior Years:

2016

2015

2014
2013


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