100% of event profits will be donated to local charities

70% will be donated to the ‘Forever Friends’ £8.5m appeal for the new Royal United Hospital Cancer Centre, which is due to open in 2019.

The state of the art health centre will specialise in the individualised and holistic treatment of cancer patients and will revolutionise cancer care in the South West.

The remaining 30% of event profits will be share between three local charities: the B&NES Young Carers Centre, the Roman Baths Archway project, and the UK Little Owl Project, which is based in Bath.

The remaining 30% of event profits will be shared between three local charities:

10% of event profits

The Archway Project will create a new state-of-the-art Learning Centre and World Heritage Visitor Centre at the Roman Baths complex, due to open in 2019. It will bring back to life an important group of Victorian spa buildings, adjoining the main Roman Baths via an ornate 19th century archway, constructed to transport the thermal spa waters, and which lends the project its name.

10% of event profits

Bath & North East Somerset Young Carers provides help, support, advice, workshops and breaks for young carers aged 5 to 18 who regularly look after a family member who is ill, frail or disabled.

10% of event profits

The UK Little Owl Project is a Bath-based conservation charity, set up in June 2015 to help protect UK Little Owls.  The project aims to further understanding of the Little Owl's ecology in the UK, and support, develop and promote new and existing UK Little Owl research projects.

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