GLL is the organiser of The Great Cumbrian Run. GLL makes community services and spaces better for everyone. And it’s about more than just money. Our people invest time, energy and effort into helping and improving communities through the services we offer – and with great results.
Our success means we’re proud to be the first leisure operator in the UK to be awarded the prestigious Social Enterprise Mark and the Big Society Award.
AWOL Adventure was started by Greg Goodall, Richard Burnett and Matt Brocklehurst, 3 like minded outdoor enthusiasts. They offer an unparalleled photographic support for events all over the country.
Eden Valley Hospice cares for patients, both adult and children, from the Cumbria and south west Scotland area with life-limiting illnesses including cancers, and other conditions such as motor neurone disease, muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis, heart failure, chronic lung diseases, renal failure and chronic neurological conditions.
MacMillan Cancer Support are a source of support, helping with all the things that people affected by cancer want and need. It’s not only patients who live with cancer, they also help carers, families and communities. They guide people through the system, supporting them every step of the way. MacMillan funds nurses and other specialist health care professionals and build cancer care centres. But they give so much more than medical help.
People need practical support at home, and MacMillan provide anything from some precious time off for a carer to a lift to hospital. They provide emotional support, listen, advise and share information though their cancer support specialists, website and trained professionals. They also provide benefits advice and grants for anything from heating bills to travel costs. Find our more at www.macmillan.org.uk.
Tragically, seven young people in the UK are diagnosed with cancer every day, with more young people dying as a result than any other disease. As world-leaders, Teenage Cancer Trust are the only UK charity dedicated to providing care and support for 13-24s with cancer. Without us, they would be treated on wards alongside children or older people, isolated and alone, with virtually no specialist treatment or support. We bring young cancer patients together on specialist units to be treated and supported by expert staff – giving them the best quality of life and the greatest possible chance of survival.
Their mission is to enable people with disabilities to achieve their potential through the challenge of adventurous activities in the countryside in order for them to develop, change perceptions and make positive and lasting changes to their lives. Catering for people of all ages with sensory, learning or physical disabilities, including those with the most complex needs. They offer accessible accommodation and exciting activities for groups, families and individuals with their friends or carers. Their team of experienced staff ensure that everyone reaches their potential no matter what their level of ability, building confidence and developing a range of skills. By challenging their disability, their visitors can return home with a new-found confidence and self-belief that acts as a catalyst to personal development and growth providing positive results that last long after the stay at the centre.