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

Verdant Leisure announces charity partnership

Award-winning staycations provider Verdant Leisure has launched a charity partnership with Brain Tumour Research to raise £50,000 over the next 12 months.

Its efforts could be enough to sponsor the equivalent of 18 days of research at one of our Centres of Excellence

Team Verdant began its ambitious year of fundraising by taking part in our flagship fundraiser, Wear A Hat Day. Colleagues from its 13 holiday parks across Scotland, northern England and north Devon took part, encouraging holidaymakers and owners to get involved at its locations in Perthshire, Dumfriesshire, Ayrshire, County Durham, Northumberland, Berwickshire, East Lothian, and North Devon.

Verdant has a busy year ahead and other fundraising plans include open days at its holiday parks with attractions for people of all ages.

Stacey Hope, Communications Director at Verdant Leisure, said: “We are delighted to have chosen Brain Tumour Research as our charity partner, and are looking forward to a year of fundraising activities. Supporting charities that are close to our hearts is important to everyone at Verdant, and we are proud of the team for their willingness to get stuck in and help raise money.”

Brain Tumour Research was named as the new charity partner following consultation with Verdant’s 420-strong workforce and a vote on social media.

To contribute to Verdant Leisure’s fundraising for Brain Tumour Research go to

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