December 15, 2016, by Lindsay Brooke

15 December 2016 – what’s the story behind door number 15?

Endurance cyclists receive heros welcome as fundraising hits the half way mark.

On 5 September the Vice-Chancellor and his team of 12 endurance cyclists, arrived back in Nottingham after a gruelling 16 day 1,400 mile bike ride raising money for breast cancer research.

Alongside the generous contributions of all Life Cycle 6 bakers, fundraisers and walkers, and the 600 cyclists who joined our Life Cycle community sponsored bike ride, have raised over £600,000 for breast cancer research. They are well on their way toward their £1 million target.

Who opened the door?

Our thanks to Life Cycle veteran and Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Karen Cox for opening today’s door on our digital advent calendar and 2016 review. Professor Cox is an expert in Cancer and Palliative Care.

You can find out more about the digital advent calendar here.

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