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Ambassador Ray Giles takes on The Big Cycle.

Prostate Cymru Ambassador Ray Giles to take on The Big Cycle virtually to help raise money for Prostate Cymru on October 3rd. Ray Giles will…

Prostate Cymru team up with Aberdare Town Football Club.

Prostate Cymru are proud to announce they are the Chosen Charity for Aberdare Town FC for the 2020/2021 season.

Pedal4Prostate take on John O’Groats to Land’s End.

In May of next year Pedal4Prostate are going to be taking on a challenge of epic proportions as they aim to complete 1000 miles in…

Carmarthenshire Friendship Group strides to success.

This month Carmarthenshire Friends supported committee member Brian Evans as he completed The Big Walk in aid of Prostate Cymru.

The fundraisers who took on The Big Walk in a weekend.

This year we’ve had an abundance of people taking part in The Big Walk and we have been so grateful for everyone’s dedication.

Royal Gwent Urology Department taking on The Big Walk 2020.

This year, 35 members of staff at the Royal Gwent Urology Department are taking on The Big Walk for Prostate Cymru to help save the males in Wales.

Prostate Cymru announce celebrity team for The Big Walk.

Prostate Cymru have announced their exciting celebrity line up following announcement that Carol Vorderman would be Team Captain for The Big Walk 2020.

Admiral donates thousands to help save the males in Wales.

This year, Admiral have donated an incredible £10,000 for The Big Walk #TogetherinSpirit.

Kenfig Hill RFC Mini and Juniors walking to success in aid of Prostate Cymru.

For The Big Walk With a Difference, Kenfig Hill RFC Mini and Juniors have decided to challenge themselves to walk 26 miles of Kenfig Hill RFC rugby pitch.

South Wales Chambers of Commerce Raise £4,000 for Prostate Cymru

The South and Mid Wales Chambers of Commerce has raised more than £4,000 for Prostate Cymru after showing their support for the charity for the…

Introducing The Big Walk 2020 – Together in Spirit.

The 7th annual Big Walk is going to be an event never to forget, completed apart, together in spirit.

Prostate Cymru spreads positivity with Move in May Event

In May, Prostate Cymru launched the #MoveinMay event. This event asked participants to conduct 5 minutes of activity for 15 days in May. We saw…

The Mayor of Porthcawl raises funds for Prostate Cymru

Each year, the Mayor of Porthcawl oversees a fundraising committee, The Mayor of Porthcawl’s Commmunity Fund. In May 2019, Councillor Graham Walter announced that his…

Jeff’s Story

‘He was our hero” – Rhian Williams shares the story of her father, Jeff’s, fight with Prostate Cancer. The family are encouraging men in Wales…

Pembrokeshire Friends of Prostate Cymru Launch Fairy Door Competition

Simon Moffett of the Pembrokeshire Friendship group created fairy doors for his grandchildren, Daf, Llew and Clara, locked down in Cardiff. It all started when…

Prostate Cymru Needs Your Support

The NHS has had to adapt its practices to tackle the Coronavirus pandemic in recent months. This has included prioritising resources and, in most cases,…

Ray Murray Travelling Fellowship sees Cardiff University Student in India

Cardiff University medical student Angelica Sharma completed her placement in Agra, India, with the help of the Ray Murray Travelling Fellowship at the start of…

It’s time to Move In May.

With our events being postponed for the next few months, we are hosting a virtual challenge that all age groups and abilities will be able to enjoy.

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