Unfortunately, the Relay For Life Ascot 2022 event has been cancelled.

Your support means everything to us and we’re absolutely determined to continue our vital research to create better treatments for tomorrow.

We’d be delighted to welcome any further donations to this page so we can continue to fund our life-saving research.




We ask that you and every member of your team aim to raise at least 200 towards live-saving research.

Fundraising total

Relay For Life Ascot
of Goal
13,074 Raised 1,044.98 Gift Aid
Goal: 55,000.00

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Relay For Life celebrates the power of community fundraising in the fight to beat cancer.

Teams of friends and family fundraise for life-saving cancer research then unite as a community at a weekend long festival to honour everyone who has been affected by cancer and celebrate the progress made in research.

The festival is focused around a 24 hour relay where team members take it in turns to complete laps to show that together, we’ll do whatever it takes to beat cancer. Relay For Life is for everyone no matter your age or abilities. Join your fellow Relayers on the track for 1 lap or 50. Even if the track isn’t the place for you, there are many ways to join your community and celebrate your fundraising achievements over the Relay weekend.r.

There are Relays taking place across the UK and thousands more around the world. Collectively, we remember loved ones we’ve lost and celebrate those who have survived.

Each Relay is organised by a dedicated local volunteer committee, to deliver an incredible event of celebration and remembrance. We honour Survivors of cancer, our special guests.

Enjoy a variety of games and music from local performers. There’s something for the whole family to enjoy. Hear about Cancer Research UK’s ground-breaking science.

As darkness falls, the Relayers gather for the Candle of Hope ceremony. We light up the tracker with dedicated candles and take a moment to reflect and honour everyone affected by cancer. Finally, no Relay For Life is complete without the closing ceremony which celebrates our achievements and inspires us all to continue the fight.

Relay For life is part of an international movement, across 29 countries uniting in the worldwide fight against cancer.

The Candle of Hope ceremony is a poignant part of Relay For Life. As darkness falls, dedicated candles are lit to honour every life touched by cancer.

Everyone is invited to dedicate a candle to someone no longer with us, a friend or family member living with cancer, a loved one who has survived, or hope for the future - a world where all cancers are cured.

The Candle of Hope ceremony brings together your local community for a moment of quiet remembrance, reflection and celebration.

To dedicate a candle ahead of the night, please contact:

Email: veronica.ascotrelay@gmail.com

Each Relay is organised by a dedicated local volunteer committee. Teams, cancer survivors and volunteers come together to show that together, we're stronger than cancer.

At a Relay For Life event there are special moments that bring everyone together:

  • Our special guests are our survivors of cancer. Each event begins with their Lap of Honour.
  • Teams set up camp and take it in turns to walk around a track for the duration of the event to show the power of community spirit in the fight to beat cancer.
  • The sharing of information about Cancer Research UK's ground-breaking science in cancer prevention gives us real hope for the future.
  • Music, games and fundraising stalls are fun for the whole family.
  • A closing ceremony celebrates our achievements and inspires us all to continue the fight.

Team up with family, friends and colleagues then join Relay For Life and start raising money to beat cancer. Anybody can join in, regardless of age or fitness level. Relays are fun for all the family and everyone is welcome!

Start a team

Bring together 8-15 family, friends or colleagues. Why not get the kids involved too? Set a team goal and lead your team to fundraising success. Team Captains must be over 18, but anyone can join your team once registered.

Join a team

Know someone who's starting a team? Join and get them off to a great start. Encourage others to do the same!

Take part as a Survivor

Anyone who has ever lived with cancer is invited to join Relay For Life. Survivors lead the festivities by taking part in the Lap of Honour. You're welcome to bring someone who has supported you through your illness to join the celebrations too.

Is the venue wheelchair accessible?

This venue is suitable for wheelchair users.

Can I bring my dog?

No, sadly we can't allow dogs at this venue. However, some of our other Relay venues do allow dogs. Contact us to find out more.

What's the nearest station?

The nearest station is Ascot. Please check public transport before you travel.

Is there parking?

Yes, parking is available.

Can I buy food and drinks on the day?

Yes, you can. You are also welcome to bring along any food and drinks that you might like with you.

What happens if it rains?

We will Relay on! Please come prepared for wet and cold weather.

What do I need to bring with me?

A tent, sleeping bag, any food and drinks that you might like, your Relay t-shirt, a chair, sun cream, an umbrella (just in case!), warm clothes, spare socks and shoes and any materials that you need for your fundraising stall (e.g. a gazebo and trestle table).

Each year, Relay For Life raises over 2 million for life-saving cancer research. Every penny raised really makes a difference. For example, 4 can buy 100 plastic test tubes the understated tools of cancer-fighting experiments.

Cancer research UK runs Cancer Chat, our online, moderated discussion forum. This service is open 24/7 to anyone wanting to discuss any aspects on the disease. It costs around 200 to run CancerChat each day, a service that currently has around 400,000 members.

Take a look at the research that the money you raise will help fund. Where your money goes

Regan's story

‘At the age of 6 I was diagnosed with a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. I only remember the positive times in hospital. I made friends with a few children, they helped me and gave me tips about eating different things like fizzy sweets when having chemo so I couldn’t taste it. Now I'm 16 years old and taking part in Relay For Life is important to me because it enables me to help other young people become aware of childhood cancers and show how cancer treatments have made significant improvements and positive outcomes.’

Take part as a Survivor

Your local Committee

Each Relay is led by a group of committed volunteers. If you have questions about the event, or your fundraising, you can contact your local Event Chair directly:
Veronica Manning Phone: 07760 117318 Email: veronica.ascotrelay@gmail.com

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Relay For Life is the celebration of community fundraising and a chance to unite your friends and family with one common goal - to beat cancer.

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Contact us

If you'd like to register by phone, have any questions about Relay For Life or need help with the website, please contact us on:

Email: contact@relayforlife.org.uk

Telephone: 0300 123 1026 (open Monday to Friday, 8am - 6pm)