Photos taken at the Kehl and Heidelberg Rallies 2018 are now available to be viewed online under Gallery. Note – gallery photos are in alphabetical order and then chronological order. Many thanks to our photographers – Tom Barton, Ian Kear and Peter Randall.
If you’re looking for something to read in this heat then the latest Club Newsletter is now available online under Newsletters which can be found in the Members’ Area. Enjoy! Printed copies will be sent out shortly.
The BUKOC Committee has reviewed the requirements of the new General Data Protection Regulation and have released a Policy Statement which can be found here.
Just to let you know that the photos kindly taken by Mike Snell at the Stratford AGM 2018 are now available on the website under Gallery, Stratford 2018.
At the AGM it was decided that the following Charity would be our Club nominated Charity for this year.
Hope for Tomorrow is a dedicated charity, bringing cancer care closer to patients’ homes via our Mobile Cancer Care Units (MCCUs).
As a cancer charity, we understand that time is a crucial factor for patients, and in 2007 we launched the world’s first ever Mobile Cancer Care Unit (previously Mobile Chemotherapy Unit) to bring vital cancer care closer to patients, enabling them to spend more time with family, friends and loved ones.
We develop, build, provide and maintain MCCUs to support patients who are going through Chemotherapy by alleviating the stresses and strains of travelling for appointments, along with reducing hospital waiting times.
We work in a unique partnership with the NHS helping to ease capacity challenges at hospital trusts. We now have 10 MCCUs operational in Gloucestershire, Somerset, South Wiltshire, Hampshire, East Kent, Lincolnshire, Cornwall, West Suffolk, East Essex and London/ Surrey, with two reserve MCCUs in place to ensure continuity of service during the maintenance schedule. We also provide a Nurses Support Vehicle with each MCCU, which allows the nursing team to travel to and from the daily treatment locations.
Since the launch of the first Mobile Cancer Care Unit (previously Mobile Chemotherapy Unit) in 2007, the charity has saved patients a total of over 2,000,000 miles and over 170,000 hours of travel and waiting time.
The charity won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise – Innovation, in 2016. The Award is the UK’s highest accolade for business success, and was made in recognition of our achievements since the Founder, Christine Mills MBE, set up Hope for Tomorrow in 2003.