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'Men United Arms':

Pint and a fight against prostate cancer: meet our brilliant Men United Arms winners

25 May 2018

Our judges have pored over more than 650 entrants to our pub fundraising competition, all of them doing brilliant, inspiring and often wacky things to help support us with our vital work. But there could be only two winners and we spoke to them both about their extraordinary bar-based efforts.

The Men United Arms finalists: the pubs and landlords raising the bar for Prostate Cancer UK

2 May 2018

From The Leigh Arms in Northwich to The Engine and Tender in Bedfordshire, you've been helping us scour the UK to find our favourite local pub and landlord of 2018 as part of our Men United Arms pub-fundraising campaign. We've whittled it down to our top five – is your local or landlord among the finalists?

Make mine a treble! Darts aces support our Men United Arms campaign

20 Dec 2017

Legendary arrowsmen Dennis Priestley, Martin Adams and Bobby George have thrown their weight behind our pub fundraising and awareness campaign after two of them shared their own experiences of the most common cancer in men.

Prize pub: winner of our favourite local is a Cornish inn that's well above Par

23 Nov 2016

After months of fundraising by 400 pubs up and down the UK, the bell has sounded for last orders on our competition to find Prostate Cancer UK's favourite local of 2016, with the Par Inn in South Cornwall impressing our expert panel of judges to take the inaugural title.

The Men United Arms finalists: five pubs raising the bar for Prostate Cancer UK

20 Oct 2016

From the Am Fuaran pub in the Highlands to the Fraggle Rock Bar on the Isles of Scilly, you've been helping us scour the UK to find our favourite local of 2016 as part of our Men United Arms pub-fundraising campaign. After weeks of regulars and landlords persuading and fundraising, we're down to our top five – is your local among them?

How the Rose of Lancaster became our favourite local

10 Aug 2016

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.