Leeds landmark lit up for childhood cancer charity

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The Parkinson Tower at the University of Leeds was bathed in gold to mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

The one-night illumination was to support CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people.

Dr Adam Glaser, from the School of Medicine at the University of Leeds, said: “We glowed gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month to raise awareness of CLIC Sargent and to show we are standing by children with cancer and their families.”

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