As part of National Fertility Awareness Week, the Agora is sponsoring a #FertilityCycle event on Friday 3rd November Churchill Square Shopping Centre in Brighton between 1pm and 7pm.
Why not come down and have a go on one of our static bikes and help raise awareness of fertility issues and funds too? Compete to complete the fastest 2K and 5K – there’s a prize for the winner of each category.
We are sponsoring this event as part of our 10-year anniversary celebrations and to mark 40 years since the first IVF baby, Louise Brown, was conceived. During the event, the Agora team will be handing out copies of The Agora Book of Fairy Tale Endings, written to support and encourage patients on their fertility journey.
Carole Gilling-Smith, our Founder and Medical Director, commented: “The Agora Book of Fairy Tale Endings has been written so that people struggling with fertility can understand that they are not alone and that happy endings are a real possibility. IVF treatment is often not just one cycle, it’s a programme that can, in some cases, involve a number of cycles.”
Carole added: “As a clinic we are very mindful of the devastating impact infertility can have on people which is why we have chosen to sponsor this campaign to raise fertility awareness – particularly as the NHS is cutting funding in many parts of the country.”