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Merry Christmas

19th December 2017

From Everyone at Climbers Against Cancer to all our wonderful customers and friends past and present... We want to wish you all a lovely festive season and may your new year bring you everything that you wish for.    

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Christmas shipping times

14th December 2017

The last day that we will be shipping orders out will be Wednesday 20th December. We will endeavour to get every order shipped for that date. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us at hello@climbersagainstcancer.org

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Size guide

8th December 2017

Tee shirt size guide We have many people asking for more details on the sizes of the tee shirt so here they are:-     Youth's Medium = 30"chest recommended for ages 7 - 8 Large =  32"chest recommended for ages 9 - 11 Extra large =  34"chest recommended for ages 12 - 14 Ladies…

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Limited stock Children’s hooded sweatshirts

29th November 2017

We have a small amount of children's hooded sweatshirts left available The tops were embroidered to take to the Kendal Mountain festival and we have a small amount left in stock.   They are £20 each and come in 3 sizes:- 5  - 6 years which are 116 cms available in Royal blue, grey, purple…

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Tell us your story

9th November 2017

Cancer is a word no-one wants to hear, it immediately instills worry and panic in every persons heart but sadly it is something that many, many people have to deal with. Every person deals with it in her or his own way. Every person has a story about how that journey has affected them and…

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Climb Magazine

1st November 2017

We are sorry to hear about the closure of Climb magazine. It was a great publication full of great articles and informative pieces with a large following. It will leave a hole on many shelves. Climbers Against Cancer would like to say thank you to all the regular subscribers who chose to donate the remaining…

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12 year old completes triple sea stack climb

18th October 2017

"My brother Greg died of NUT midline Carcinoma in July 2014 and I wanted to do something to mark his death. In November 2016 my son Tomas and I came up with idea of a charity climb and chose the iconic Old Man of Hoy in Orkney Islands. Sadly in December 2016 my mother was…

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£393

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IFSC world cup at Ratho and a CAC donation

4th October 2017

Thank you to everyone who made the weekend at EICA Ratho such a great one. We sold a fantastic amount of our lovely merchandise and gave away a large amount of money, what better way to spend a weekend?! The lovely girls from ' Money for old rope' sold their rope products and some delicious home…

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£1400

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Wiltonfest 2017

4th October 2017

WiltonFest this year was another massive success with over 400 climbers getting stuck into Lancashire’s premier crags. It’s hard to go wrong though in an area so overflowing with psyched climbers who will come out smiling rain or shine, as demonstrated at last year’s event when despite monsoon style weather several hundred still turned out…

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CAC Ambassador Staša Gejo on the Rock’s

4th October 2017

Staša Gejo of Serbia, 19 year old former world and youth champion enjoying the warmth of her CAC hoody. Staša is one of our athlete ambassadors.    

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Upcoming Donation at Ratho

20th September 2017

Climbers Against Cancer will be at the IFSC world cup event at Ratho in Scotland this weekend. During the event we will be making a £25,000.00 donation to the BC Cancer Foundation. The presentation will be made by a CAC trustee and the cheque will be accepted by Kimanda Jarzebiak who is the Canadian team official…

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Adam Ondra climbs 9c

19th September 2017

We want to say a huge well done to CAC supporter Adam Ondra who has recently climbed , what is being hailed as the world's first grade 9c route. The route at the Flatanger cave in Norway has been a vision of Adam's for some time.    

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