In his regular column for Prostate Cancer UK, Jeff Stelling looks ahead to the EFL Cup final, a trip to Manchester United in June and welcomes a video of support by a legendary striker.
After his epic fundraising march last year, walking ten marathons in ten days for Prostate Cancer UK, the Soccer Saturday host is back and looking to make it 15 marathons this time with an astonishing £500k target. He tells us why he's so keen to go through the punishing highs and lows all over again.
Hospital consultant Julian O’Neill is taking part in the inaugural Jaguar E-type Round Britain Coastal Drive – which starts today – in aid of Prostate Cancer UK, joining the route for the Bridlington to Cromer leg. He tells us about his own experiences of the disease and how he hopes the money he raises will help improve future diagnosis and treatment.
Julia Francis has already walked a marathon for Prostate Cancer UK, after joining Jeff Stelling for a day of the Men United March. Now she's taking on the world's biggest half marathon to help beat the most common cancer in men. She tells us about her family connections to the disease and why all of this is actually just a Plan B.
Founder of the international E-type Club, Philip Porter, talks about his own brush with prostate cancer and why he’s hoping the Round Britain Coastal Drive he's helped organise in September will raise awareness of the disease among a high-risk group of men.
This year we're on the lookout for our favourite local, and in Oldham we've already got a pub high on the list of our all-time favourites. Pub manager at the Rose of Lancaster, Ant Wilkins, explains how their ever popular "Predict the Scores" game is proving popular with locals in the fight against prostate cancer.
Faces legend Kenney Jones tells us about the run-up to his third Rock 'n' Horsepower festival: a day of classic cars, live music and polo happening on 18 June in Surrey to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
We're teaming up with the world's biggest classic motor racing festival to get our message not to ignore prostate cancer to more than a hundred-thousand car-loving men and their families over the next three years.
We've got more than 200 intrepid men and women running for us in the London Marathon today, who have so far raised over £250k! They all have reasons close to their hearts for taking part, and these are just a few of the moving stories behind why it's #NotJustAVest for any of them.
Having watched four members of her family battle prostate cancer, Jo Gregory will be running the London Marathon for us this weekend in memory of her dad, who died from the disease only last month. She tells us why it’s #NotJustAVest for her and hopes the money she raises will make a better future for her two sons.