Mark “Bomber” Lancaster Trust

Sheila Lancaster set up the Mark “Bomber” Lancaster Trust with her young sons, Harry and Alex, in memory of her husband and their Daddy, Mark. The  “Bomber” nickname came about through sharing a surname with the famous WWII aircraft.

Mark was diagnosed in January 2008 with an anaplastic oligodendroglioma and lost his brave fight against the brain tumour on 16th December 2012, aged 39. Sheila would very much like Harry and Alex to become involved with the Trust and take over when they are older so that they keep alive their daddy’s memory and remember his courageous spirit. Her dream is that the boys will see a cure for brain tumours during their lifetime and will be proud that funds raised for research through their daddy's charitable trust was part of this pioneering breakthrough.   


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