Lord Mostyn becomes honorary patron of North West Cancer Research (NWCR).

Lord Mostyn recently accepted the honorary position of patron with charity North West Cancer Research (NWCR).

NWCR is the North West’s biggest locally-based cancer research charity, which facilitates research projects across the region including Bangor University. This year alone the charity has funded around £1.4million worth of research, which will help increase our understanding of cancer and how better to detect, treat and prevent the disease.

Nigel Lanceley, chairman of NWCR, said: “We are honoured that Lord Mostyn has accepted his NWCR patronage. With him on board we will be able to raise the profile of the work we do on a nationwide level”.

Lord Mostyn and NWCR (1280x993)

Pictured: L-R: Michael Potts, president NWCR, Lord Mostyn, Anne Jackson CEO NWCR and Nigel Lanceley, chairman NWCR

In a token of support for the charity, he presented guests from the NWCR board and members of the charity’s local Holywell-based committee, with a cheque for £4,219. This was the result of fundraising efforts from the estate staff.