Taking steps to beat cancer
Find out more about what we do to postively impact people who have been affected by cancer.About us
Malcolm Whales was only 55 years old when he died. Malcolm was my Dad; he was a very active man who always lived life to its fullest. Unfortunately when he was diagnosed with Bowel Cancer, there had been no obvious signs. By the time he received his prognosis, the cancer had spread throughout his body, meaning he never really stood a fighting chance.
Anybody that has been affected by Cancer will understand the utter devastation that it leaves. The impact on my life has been beyond measure! I am desperate to honour my father’s memory and create something positive from my personal tragedy.
The Dorset walk started in 2009 with 30 students and staff from Ely College. It was going to be a one off. However, what we stumbled on was something quite special.Find out more
In February 2019 I met with Lynda Hall and Eric Fehily from Hinchingbrooke Hospital. Having visited the Woodlands Centre previously, I was aware of how poor the condition of the outside area was, definitely not a garden!Find out more
A yearly fundraiser that is thrown by a number of schools across Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire. The challenge requires participants complete a range of different sports for 12 straight hours.Find out more
TMWF have organised a number of Golf Days since 2009 in memory of Malcolm who was a keen golfer who captained the Fakenham Ghosts and led them to three Senior Cup victories in the 1970’s.Find out more
T-shirts on tour
From Kenya to Las Vegas it’s amazing to see where our t-shirts have been. We love seeing our logo travel the world so please take our t-shirts with you on your travels so you can add them to our collection!View the map
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