Doble Jewel Shop

Cancer research

The contents of our cancer research charity tin in our Camborne branch was emptied in February 2014, and the total came to £68.14. It has now been emptied again (Jan’15) and we’ve raised another £60.48. We don’t like an empty tin so it’s great that the coins add up. Thank you to all those who […]

Charity cycle for Brain Tumour Research

On September 28th Max Doble completed a fundraising cycle of 100km for the charity Brain Tumour research, who are trying to fund research into new cancer treatments. This form of cancer kills more people under the age of 40 than any other type of the disease. Research into treatments is underfunded, and this charity hopes […]

Money raised for good cause

Our cancer research charity box has recently been collected, emptied and counted, and we’re pleased to say it totals £46.94. For more info on the work this charity does visit Cancer Research UK

Every bit helps!

We’ve had a box of fun and colourful badges in our shops, offered in exchange for donations to Brain Tumour Research, a cause close to our hearts. Currently the charity is trying to raise seven million pounds to fund research into treatments for this condition, that kills more people under the age of 40 than […]

Padstow swim done

Max Doble took part in the 2012 Padstow swim, a one mile swim across the Camel estuary to Rock, and raised over £100 in aid of Macmillan cancer care. Thanks to all those who gave to this worthy cause. 340 swimmers took part and have raised tens of thousands in total. Great news

Wear a hat day!

Roy Doble jewellers in Camborne and Helston will be doing it’s bit in supporting the charity ‘Brain tumour research’ in it’s aim to raise 7 million pounds to fund treatment innovations and research into this terrible disease. The statistics are shocking for this type of cancer. Brain cancer research is woefully underfunded, receiving just 0.7% […]

Padstow swim success

Max Doble of Roy Doble jewellers took part in the annual Padstow to rock charity swim, in aid of Marie Curie cancer care. The challenge which took place on June 12th, involves a near one mile open water swim across the Camel estuary, in what turned out to be windy, rainy and choppy conditions. In […]