Hundreds of participants and spectators descended on Hazlehead Park for ANCHOR Wipeout 2018. Contenders took on the action-packed inflatable obstacle course in a bid to knock out cancer and raise vital funds for Friends of ANCHOR. Do you feature in any of our pictures?
Two major North-east road races have fired the starting pistol for the launch of this year’s charity events.
Patients and staff at a North-east hospital have been given a festive treat thanks to Santa and a charity.
2017 is a particularly special year for Friends of ANCHOR as it marks 20 years since the charity began – a charity with a vision to help make cancer and haematology care in the North-east of Scotland the best it can be.
Use our interactive map below to help find all the anchors dotted across Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and further afield.
A charity trail across Aberdeen and the North-east has been officially launched.
Work under way on two world class healthcare centres that will help thousands of North-east patients
Construction has started on two new NHS Grampian health facilities.
A dance teacher who is battling cancer has raised more than £5,000 to go towards the creation of a world-class oncology research team in Aberdeen.
In a UK first, two North-east hospitals will share a pioneering new power source in a bid to cut costs and carbon emissions.
Cancer research in the North-east will be stepped up over the next five years, with plans to invest more than £4 million forming a new world-leading oncology team.
Youngsters with cancer will soon have their own dedicated space and service in the North-east.
BASIC drawings were today due to go on public display giving people an idea of how a new Aberdeen hospital could be laid out.