Alfie Gardiner, a pupil at Ormiston Sudbury Academy, began his challenge after his three-year-old cousin, Nellie, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma.
Shayne Kemp opened The Marshall Method in Gaol Lane, after a career largely spent in private childcare, having been bitten by the fitness bug.
Aged five, Charlie Williams was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, an aggressive brain tumour, which affects around 55 children in the UK each year.
Mark Turnbull was inspired to raise awareness about dementia, after focusing on a recent project which depicted a woman affected by the condition.
The secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport, Olive Dowden, has revealed a host of sports are set to be able to soon resume.
Sara Rollin received her supplementary prescribing qualification from the University of Suffolk, to help cut out delays in patient treatment.
Tannine Montgomery, whose daughter, Indie-Rose, 6, suffers from severe epilepsy, was joined by fellow campaigners during an annual event on Sunday.
Before joining his local Slimming World group, Stephen Willingham had to be treated with 64 units of insulin each day to manage his type 2 diabetes.
Indie-Rose Clarry has been suffering from debilitating seizures after her parents were forced to significantly reduce her medication of cannabis oil.
Wojtek Wasag received a surprise visit from Hadleigh mayor Helen Allan, who thanked him on behalf of the town for helping people keep fit and active.
St Joseph’s care home has been provided with a Facebook Portal electronic device, enabling residents to host regular video calls with loved ones.
Dave Marshall, who was diagnosed with cancer in February 2019, says the current pandemic must not cause people to ignore other health ailments.
Louise Fowler urged people not to be deterred from booking GP appointments during the current crisis, after her son Devin was diagnosed with cancer.
Having developed a sense of pride in taking part in Clap for Carers, Lily Chapman, 10, was inspired to create a poem to reflect the weekly tribute.
Anybody seeking medical advice during this time can get in touch with the NHS helpline on 111, which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Lizzie’s Fund was set up by Sally Bramall to support research into brain tumours among children, raising almost £300,000 for The Brain Tumour Charity.