Paul Bevan was a successful local businessman who lost his battle with cancer. The Paul Bevan Cancer Foundation was founded in 1981 by Paul’s friends and family including his wife, Penny Bevan, to improve palliative care in East Berkshire. In 2005, The Paul Bevan Cancer Foundation merged with Thames Valley Hospice to create what is now Thames Hospice.
Jason Bevan is Paul’s son and remains a passionate lifelong supporter of Thames Hospice. Jason’s involvement has included a number of fundraising activities, in addition to providing marketing and PR support due to his own career in film marketing. Jason lives with his wife and two young children, keeping close links with the local area.
Jason says: “I am proud to support Thames Hospice and honour my father’s legacy through this wonderful charity.
“Happy Birthday Thames Hospice, and congratulations on 30 years of love, care, passion and dedication to local people. The Hospice enters its 30th year with a stunning new home on the horizon and we are thrilled that the Paul Bevan Centre will be an important part of that.”