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National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £30-35 million a year

Our patron Caprice – a Celeb on the Farm

Last night was the first episode of Celebs On The Farm 2019 which sees famous faces sign up to be put through their paces on a working farm.

One of the celebrities involved is supermodel, actress, entrepreneur and mother Caprice Bourret who became involved with Brain Tumour Research following her shock meningioma diagnosis, and subsequent successful surgical intervention, in Spring 2017.

Caprice is now a patron of our charity and in March 2018 she was the figurehead for our Wear A Hat Day campaign and she has undertaken, and continues to undertake, numerous media and ambassadorial appearances in support of our work.

Hugely motivated to make a difference for those diagnosed with a brain tumour, Caprice has seen our research at first hand and has also made considerable personal investment into funding vital research.

Series 2 of Celebs On The Farm began on Monday, August 26 on Channel 5 and 5Star at 10PM.

The show will continue weeknights at 10PM on 5Star.

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