Clatterbridge Private Clinic

2020 has been a tough year for everyone, including The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity whose events and fundraising activities have had to be suspended due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Funds raised by the Charity help to support cancer services and help to offer the best care possible to cancer patients throughout Merseyside and Cheshire.

In a bid to support the Charity at this time, Patients Service Co-Ordinator, Shelly Birch, Chemotherapy Support Worker, Clare Kelly and Chemotherapy Nurse, Debby Henery have decided to take on the ultimate adrenaline challenge and take on Skydive Sunday in March 2021! Shelly, Clare and Debby all work for the Clatterbridge Private Clinic, which was launched in 2013 and provides specialist treatments including radiotherapy, chemotherapy and immunotherapy to patients throughout the North West.

“I have always wanted to do a Skydive, and this is the perfect opportunity to raise some much needed funds for The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity. It’ll be an exciting and terrifying experience, but when I think how a patient feels going through cancer treatment, especially during a Pandemic, taking part in a Skydive suddenly doesn’t seem quite as frightening. I can’t wait to take part in Skydive Sunday next year; we all love our jobs, and knowing how much of a difference we make to a patients’ life is hugely rewarding. We’re not just doing the Skydive to raise money for the Charity, but we’re also doing the Skydive for every single patient we’ve met and treated as well” says Shelly.

The Clatterbridge Private Clinic reinvests almost half of its profits back into the NHS, and treats 16 different cancers including Eye Cancer, Lung Cancer and Stomach Cancer. We can’t wait to see Shelly, Clare and Debby take to the skies next year, and are looking forward to cheering them on as they glide back down to earth.

If you’re feeling inspired to take on a new challenge next year, why not consider one of our Skydive Sunday events? Click here to find out more!

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