News and events

From Fundraising Superstar to Future Gut Doctor!

Yasmin, Where did your interest in the digestive system begin? Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) runs in my family. Many of my loved ones also have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), including myself, so the subject is...

6th January 2021

“We’re getting to grips with guts, too!”

We are so proud of everyone who continued the fight against digestive diseases (virtually!) through this turbulent year. It has been tough, but we are grateful to everyone of our fundraisers who stepped up to...

17th December 2020

“We’re getting to grips with guts!”

We are so proud of everyone who continued the fight against digestive diseases (virtually!) through this turbulent year. It has been tough, but we are grateful to everyone of our fundraisers who stepped up to...

2nd December 2020

Donate today – your donation will be doubled!

For one whole week, your donation will have twice the impact. We’re getting to grips with pancreatitis for Christmas 2020 and we need your help. From midday 1st to midday 8th December, your donations to...

1st December 2020

Kranky Panky 2020 – The month of the pancreas!

What is pancreatitis? The pancreas is a gland that produces the digestive enzymes that are crucial for turning food and liquid into the building blocks our body needs to function effectively. It also produces hormones....

30th October 2020

How we use YOUR donations to change & save lives

Guts UK has three charitable objectives: Provide expert information to patients Raise awareness of digestive health Fund research into the digestive system from top to tail; the gut, liver and pancreas At Guts UK, we...

28th October 2020

An Autumn Update from Team Guts UK

Although Covid-19 put a halt to all of our fundraising events, prevented Colin the Inflatable Colon (left) from leaving his box and stopped us from hitting the road – we remain thankful. 2020 has been...

15th October 2020

IBS – It’s not all in your head!

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a very common digestive disorder affecting nearly 1 in 20 of the UK population, which is around 3.2 million individuals. With this in mind, you’ll probably know multiple people with IBS!...

18th September 2020