What we do

Our expert staff can guide you to the information you need before, during and after treatment.

Our Benefits Advisor can offer information about money and benefits that you may be entitled to.

We understand that your work-life challenges are unique to you. We can advise around staying in work or getting back to work; whether to return to your old job or to support you in finding a new one.

Our support groups offer a chance to talk to other people who are in a similar situation to you.

This six-week course is ideal for anyone living with cancer – including friends and family. Learn relaxation techniques and more.

Exercise can lift your confidence and help you deal with the challenges of living with cancer. Groups include yoga, tai chi and walking.

Enjoy the creative process as a way to explore your thoughts and feelings (no skill or experience required).

Join our creative writing groups as a way to explore thoughts, ideas and emotions (no skill or experience required).

Help keep the Centre looking beautiful and benefit from fresh air, green space and a therapeutic activity.

 

Learn to manage some of the visible side-effects of cancer treatment and help yourself to feel more confident.

For both men and women, this group explores the issue of hair loss, covering wigs, scarf tying and more.

Learn about eating a healthy, balanced diet, as well as how to manage particular treatment-related food challenges.

A workshop that can help you understand cancer and the treatments available.

Our ‘Where Now’? course supports people after treatment has finished.

Kids’ Days offer the chance for young people whose parents have cancer to find answers and support.

We offer one-to-one bereavement support as well as regular bereavement support groups.

A course for both individuals and employers focusing on returning to work after cancer treatment.

Support for both children and their families to help you navigate difficult discussions, as well as special days for young people.

This 6-week course is for anyone caring for a person who has cancer. Learn more about your role as a carer.