The Giles' Trust

The Giles’ Trust brain tumour fund was set up by England cricketer Ashley Giles and his wife Stine, to raise money to fund vital research into brain tumours at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

The pair set up the fund following Stine’s successful treatment to remove three brain tumours, on two separate occasions, at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

Continuing under the care of Professor Cruickshank at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, money that is raised through The Giles’ Trust will be directed to world class brain tumour research here in Birmingham.

The Giles’ Trust is on Twitter – follow @TheGilesTrust


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