New T-shirt Launch

Be the first to get your hands on our brand new ‘how do you C Me Now’ tees! To celebrate the huge success of our global awareness campaign #howdoyouCMeNow, we have produced branded clothing for all ages. We want to continue raising positive awareness of CMN, giving a clear message to the world; to love…

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Introducing the Trekkers

This Friday our three brave and rather crazy challengers are departing for the ultimate challenge; Stok Kangri Summit Trek, reaching 6,114 metres – which is 219 metres HIGHER than Mount Kilimanjaro! Meet the men taking on this tough challenge….. Nick Inspired by his son James who was born with CMN, Nick achieved his goal of…

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CMN Challenge – Stok Kangri 2019

So, on Friday 14th June Nick, Norman and Phil will be departing to kick start the Stok Kangri challenge to summit India’s highest trekkable peak at over 6,000m. They will start in Leh the regional capital in Ladakh one of the most exciting Indian mountain regions. This challenge is part of our 7 challenges on 7…

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AMAZING PRESS COVERAGE!


What a storm of media coverage we have experienced this week in preparation for the ‘HOW DO YOU C ME NOW?’ exhibition launch.  Our coverage has gone worldwide, and the response has been phenomenal. SKY NEWS COVERAGE Link to the article on the Sky News website Link to another article on the Sky News website…

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GET READY TO SET YOUR TV PLANNERS!


We are very excited to announce the confirmed press coverage schedule in the lead up to our ‘HOW DO YOU C ME NOW?’ exhibition launch! Here is the planned schedule of TV, radio, and online coverage expected next week…. get ready to set your TV planners! Monday 11th March BBC Breakfast – 7.40am Live interview…

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UK Exhibition Launch Details and Opening Times

The ‘HOW DO YOU C ME NOW?’ photographic series features 30 children and adults born with Congenital Melanocytic Naevus (CMN), representing 13 countries on 5 continents. The uniquely striking series of images launches at the Oxo Tower London in March 2019, before touring globally. HOW DO YOU C ME NOW?’ aims not only to improve…

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Fay’s Story

Fay is 14 years old from Cambridgeshire, a self-assured and friendly teenager who loves to hang out with her friends.  Fay has been dancing since the age of four, competing in solo, with a partner and as part of a team; winning various medals and qualifications in national competitions.  What sets Fay apart from her…

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