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A day out at Zippos Circus 2018

This is the 7th year that Children with Cancer UK and Zippos Circus have invited families affected by childhood cancer to be our VIP guests for this amazing day out. We are so excited to be celebrating the 30th year of Children with Cancer UK and the 250th anniversary of Circus.

Guests will receive welcome refreshments, seats at the circus performance, a buffet lunch, a chance to meet the stars of the show, and this year our guests will receive free access to the rides at George Irvin’s funfair which will be taking place on the same day!

The event will be taking place on Saturday 8th September, at Peckham Rye Common in London, SE15 3UH from 10.15 – 2pm.

If you are a family with a child with cancer and would like to attend this event, please complete the ticket application form. If you know a family who would benefit from this day please forward this page on to them so that they can complete the application.

This event is likely to be oversubscribed so do book early!


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Zippos Circus Gallery

Group of families at Zippos
The Evans girls
Girl with circus performer

Children with Cancer UK - VIP day at Zippos Circus 2017

Thank you to everyone who sponsored a child with cancer to attend their very own VIP day at Zippos Circus. You can see how much fun the children had and how much the Circus enjoyed entertaining them.

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