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Charity awareness shop to be set up in Bromley shopping centre

PUBLISHED: 11:42 11 June 2018

The chairty has agreed to raise £350,000 for the upgrade of the New Endoscopy Cancer Unit in the Princess Royal University Hospital. Picture: The Glades

The chairty has agreed to raise £350,000 for the upgrade of the New Endoscopy Cancer Unit in the Princess Royal University Hospital. Picture: The Glades

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The Glades Shopping Centre in Bromley will be supporting The Chartwell Cancer Trust (CCT) by allowing the charity to set up an Awareness Centre for two weeks starting today (Monday June 11).

The charity has recently agreed to raise £350,000 for the fit-out and upgrade of the New Endoscopy Cancer Unit in The Princess Royal University Hospital.

The new upgrade will ensure and maintain the unit’s vital role in providing diagnostic tests to diagnose Gastrointestinal, Bowel, Lung and Pancreatic cancers.

Senior trustee of the CCT Michael Douglas said: “The upgrade of the unit is long overdue, patients and hospital staff deserve better facilities and we are going to make sure that they get them”.

The CCT will be showcasing what they do in the local community and shoppers will be encouraged to take part in a wide variety of fundraising events.

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