Sports fans will be able to pose questions to legendary athlete Steve Cram as part of the latest Beatson Banter event held by Scotland’s leading cancer charity.
The Jarrow Arrow will be under starters orders on Thursday March 11 from 8pm with an online Q&A session about a career of success on and off the track.
The event is the latest fundraiser for the charity, which has had to adapt to keep services running during the pandemic.
Martin Cawley, Beatson Cancer Charity CEO said: “As a result of the Covid-19 crisis, we have had to make significant changes to the way we operate. We are delighted to continue to deliver some fun events digitally.’
“We can still have a positive impact on patient’s lives and support our NHS colleagues at the Beatson. We continue to fund Radiographers and Clinical Nurse Specialists who are working harder than ever to provide enhanced care and support to vulnerable cancer patients.
“We are doing all we can to continue to help our colleagues at The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre and continue to fund life-saving research.”
Cram said: “Being able to remain active and healthy is so important for us all, now more than ever. I’m grateful for my career and being able to continue doing the work I love . I’ve become so aware that many people are displaying an attitude of gratitude and Beatson Cancer Charity need our support to enable them to continue their most important work.
“I’m looking forward to stepping up, sharing my experiences and if you or someone you love has been supported by Beatson Cancer Charity, I do hope you can join us.
“I’m also looking forward to questions from the audience, live interviews are always interesting!”
Beatson Banter – Steve Cram, Thursday 11th March, £10 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/138645625799
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