St Pancras International changes its name for the fifth year running
St Pancras will become St PancrEas this World Pancreatic Cancer Day 2021
The partnership continues…
Today, it’s World Pancreatic Cancer Day, and for the fifth year we’re delighted to be partnering with HS1 Limited. The result of which is London’s iconic station, St Pancras International, will become St PancrEas for the day.
We are so excited to have reached this milestone and to once again raise vital awareness of the symptoms of pancreatic cancer in collaboration with the team.
The name change will be visible on St Pancras’ website and social channels, where they’ll be sharing awareness messages, as well as providing opportunities for people to donate via Passenger Information Points throughout the station.
As the night draws in, the fabulous and very purple Popchoir will be entertaining station visitors from 5-7pm as our staff and volunteers collect much-needed funds to help transform the future for people affected by pancreatic cancer.
Listen carefully and we hope you’ll be lucky enough to hear a very special station announcement from BBC newsreader Huw Edwards, a long term Pancreatic Cancer UK supporter.
Do you know the symptoms of pancreatic cancer?
World Pancreatic Cancer Day is all about raising vital awareness of a disease that desperately deserves more attention.
This year, we want to make sure as many people know the symptoms of pancreatic cancer as possible.
Do you know enough about the symptoms to ensure you, or someone close to you might be diagnosed early enough for treatment?
Already familiar with the symptoms?
That’s brilliant, but please share our short symptoms video on social media with your family and friends to make sure they do too.