Celebrity Ambassadors

Holly Branson, Business woman and Qualified Doctor

Holly has been involved with BCRT since 2010. Holly said: "I think BCRT is a very important charity to be supporting. More research needs to be done on bone cancer, so less people are affected by this terrible disease". We're thrilled Holly is onboard.





Sam Waley-Cohen, Entrepreneur and Cheltenham Cup Winner

2011 Cheltenham Cup Winner, Sam Waley-Cohen is our newest Celebrity Ambassador – he has personal experience of bone cancer, as sadly, his brother, Tom, died at the age of 20 after a 10 year battle with Ewing's sarcoma. Sam said: "I am truly honored to be supporting BCRT. The charity has achieved so much in five years, and I hope I can help raise awareness and support for such a great cause."


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Last updated: 12-06-2013