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Enjoy an evening with The Biggest Twitch and support Brain Tumour UK!

Brain Tumour talk poster

We're giving a talk on 11th July at Eirias High School New Gym in Colwyn Bay, North Wales to help our friends Brian and Jean raise money for Brain Tumour UK. Their daughter Jo was diagnosed with a brain tumour last year and has since undergone surgery and radiotherapy. As they researched this devastating condition, they were shocked to discover that only 2% of money raised in the UK for cancer research is dedicated to understanding more about brain tumours. This drove Brian and Jean to act themselves to raise as much money as possible to go directly into brain tumour research by supporting the charity Brain Tumour UK.

Blue-faced Honeyeater

Blue-faced Honeyeater eyeing up our sandwiches in Australia

Brian is a former deputy of Eirias High School and Jean also used to teach at the school and they used their connection with Eirias to raise money through a 'No Uniform' day at the school. Now we're helping them in their bid to raise more funds for this critical research by giving a talk on 11th July. The theme may still be The Biggest Twitch but we'll have plenty of new slides and stories to tell at this entertaining evening.

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Peaceful Asian elephant family scene

Tickets for the evening cost just £6 which includes entry to this exclusive evening as well as interval drinks and snacks, so do come along and join us for a fun evening raising money for this brilliant cause. The talk starts at 7.30pm and will be held in Eirias High School New Gym which is on Eirias Road, Colwyn Bay, Conwy LL29 7SP,just adjacent to Eirias park and west of the North Wales Police headquarters off the A547.

Log on to to book your tickets or to make a donation even if you can't make it.

Channel through reeds

Just feel that African warmth!

Looking forward to seeing you there!


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