Welcome to the Tom Prince Cancer Trust website
Thank you for your interest; we hope you find the site useful and informative.


The trust was established in 2004 and was set up in the memory of Tom Prince. The aim of the trust is to raise funds for research into the teenage bone cancer Osteosarcoma. This family run charity has received great support from friends and the local community. We are continuously fundraising at a local level but also need to expand to a wider audience to increase awareness and support.


We hope that by visiting this site and seeing what we are all about, you are inspired to get involved and help us to reach our goal! Thank you.


It's Back! The Rock & Roll Circus!

ROLL UP! ROLL UP! On Saturday 24 October we will be taking over the King's Theatre for the 3rd Rock & Roll Circus!the flicks


Each Circus has been a roaring success; the place has filled to the rafters and the aisles have been full of people dancing and singing along!


It's fun for all ages as the line up covers a whole range of music and the iconic venue certainly knows how to rock (and roll!). Tickets are £10/12.


This year's line-up features:

  • The SOUTHSEA SKIFFLE ORCHESTRA – Bringing back memories of the great 1950s skiffle boom and folk era. 
  • The BOG ROLLING STONES – The ever-popular and always lively Rolling Stones tribute act will be grabbing their wigs and hitting the stage!
  • The RACKETEERS – This energetic seven piece band takes on Ska / Blues n Soul / and Jamaican RnB. 
  • The FLIKS - This sassy seven piece band cover the best hits from the 1960's.


Click here for details. 



Live Music: Rifle Club

Annual party 2015Well what a great night that was! Thanks to everyone that came to our annual party on Friday 25 September 


The Rifle Club was packed and it was great to see lots of lovely familiar faces and lots of new ones too, all together to celebrate another great year of fundraising!  


Click here for details. 



Text us a Donation

You can quickly and easily make a donation to the Tom Prince Cancer Trust by text.


Simply text ‘TPCT15 £enter amount’ to the number 70070 e.g. TPCT15 £5.


You can chose to donate any amount.


Text messages are free to send on all networks with the JustTextGiving service, and the Tom Prince Cancer Trust gets 100% of every donation.

13 blokes, 13 bikes, 50 miles... PDF Print E-mail

cycleOn 20th June 2015, 13 blokes got on their bikes and cycled from Brighton to Portsmouth for The Tom Prince Cancer Trust. 


The cyclists were: Clinton Prince, Mark Baird, Steve Paynter, Pat Newman, Mike Newman, Stuart Beck, Jack Thompson, Harry Thompson, Ross Grady, Lewis Valentine, Adam Beckett, and Adam Price. Brad Johnson unfortunately couldn't make it, but at the last minute Billy Essery joined in the fun....on a single gear bike with two slow punctures! They all knew and loved Tom and wanted to do something in his memory and to raise funds. 


They cycled 50 miles, starting at Brighton Pier early in the morning, finishing at the Old House At Home pub in Milton, Portsmouth around 14:15.


These chaps were all new to cycling and brought their cycling Lycra especially for this. And there were no fancy bikes in sight, so they had to work even harder!


The weather behaved itself on the day and it was perfect conditions for the ride; not too hot or rainy. There was another charity bike ride taking place on the same route....so the lads were joined by 150 ladies in pink for parts of the journey, with the riders all cheering each other along!


There was one puncture along the 50 miles but the lads all crossed the line together, with friends and family there to welcome them home!


Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the ride and there is talk of doing it again!


The pub put on a bouncy castle and BBQ and the cyclists relaxed with family and friends.


The JustGiving page has surpassed the £2,000 mark which is fantastic news, and it is still open for donations...

Click here to make a donation!


A real big well done to the lads, thanks to the pub for hosting the after party, and many thanks to all those that donated. 


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