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Rotary Club of Hamilton - Rotary Ride 2020

We are taking part in a sponsored bike ride for Prostate Scotland because our Rotary Club wishes to support this cause

38 %
raised of £2,000 target
by 23 supporters
  • Event: Rotary Ride, 19 Jan 2020

Prostate Scotland

We inform, support, advance in Scotland to tackle prostate cancer and disease

Charity Registration No. SC037494


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The Rotary Club of Hamilton have organised a Sponsored Cycle for Prostate Scotland, kindly hosted by the Hamilton David Lloyd Health and
Racquets Club

The event will be held on Sunday 19th January
between 2pm and 4pm in the spin room at the above venue. 

You could help by making a donation to raise money for this good cause.  We also welcome anyone wishing to get on a bike and join us to raise sponsorship.

Prostate Cancer Scotland are a Scottish charity set up to provide information, advice and help on prostate health and diseases test and

Nearly 1 in 2 men in Scotland will be affected by prostate disease at some stage of their lives and 1 in 10 are likely to develop prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in Scotland. 

Their Mission is to ‘inform, educatesupport, campaign and advance on prostate disease in Scotland’

They charity work across Scotland to raise awareness of prostate cancer and disease. The more men who are aware of their prostate, what to look out for and how to seek help, the greater the numbers of those who can be treated. 

This work includes running awareness initiatives, including in the media, on buses, developing special
awareness videos, posters, radio advertising and running
regional and national awareness campaigns. 

They also run a vibrant Workplace Initiative to provide information via workplaces – including holding their popular Toolbox Workshops for groups of staff.

They work to enable men to have access to the latest treatments for prostate cancer and

To this end they have recently undertaken and completed the Blue Horizon Robot  Appeal successfully raising £2.8m to help
bring about and support robot assisted prostate cancer surgery in the East and West of Scotland, with a robot in Edinburgh and Glasgow respectively.