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What   The aim of the Blackpool and Fylde Haematology Support Group is to provide support and a place to meet others going through the same journey for anyone who has been diagnosed with a blood cancer.  For information on meeting dates please contact the group.

Where   Blackpool and Fylde

Who   Anyone who has been diagnosed with a blood cancer

What   There is never a good time to have cancer, but Shine knows that younger adults face different issues than their older or younger counterparts - and that many of these are not dealt with by traditional cancer support charities and services. Please visit the website for a full list of activites and support services available.

What  Age UK Sittingbourne is an organisation that offers quality personal care to people over the age of 50. The organisation offers Day Centre services which allows people to share experiences and interact with each other. The Day Centre also offers activities including gentle chair based exercise, sing alongs, quizzes, arts and crafts, and, card and board games.

What    The Centre ensures people affected by cancer receive the right information and support tailored to their individual needs. The Centre has relationships with many other local services including cross site, benefits advice, counselling, hair loss services, support groups, and makeup classes. There is access to specialist cancer care nurses and support from trained volunteers.

Where   Calderdale Royal Hospital, Halifax. The Centre is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm. 

Available for friends and family

What    Peterborough support group offers support to anyone affected by lymphoma. Attendees can expect a mixture of speakers and discussions on lymphoma-related topics, and an opportunity to share experiences and gain mutual support.  If you are going to the group for the first time and would like to talk to someone about it or would like further information about meetings, please call the freephone helpline.  

What  Macmillan neighbours are a first point of contact for people in their community who are or have been affected by cancer. They provide a listening ear, raise awareness of and signpost to Macmillan and other cancer support services.

Where  Meetings held second Tuesday every month from 2pm-4pm, Methodist Church Lounge.

Who   Everyone is welcome to use the service, whether you have a cancer diagnosis or have a friend or relative affected by cancer. 


What St Wilfreds offer patient at home support, inpatient unit , patient and family support. St Wilfreds offer services and treatments to help maximise independence and wellbeing. You might need help managing a physical problem like pain, breathlessness, tiredness or lack of appetite, or with dealing with fears, or family or financial worries. St Wilfreds will address these issues through our physio-led gym, fatigue and breathlessness clinic, and a range of treatments, therapies and advice

What   Beauty Despite Cancer by Jennifer Young is an organisation that provides cancer patients with personal care to counteract the physical side effects of cancer treatments.

What   Move Dance Feel is a dance project for women affected by cancer, including those supporting someone with cancer. It offers a joyful experience which encourages and inspires participants to dance both individually and with others. It provides a fun means of being physically active and an effective means of group support where participants find a physical outlet for expression. The dance class is a holistic means of empowering women through dance, where participants find freedom in their bodies and confidence in their abilities.

What   Susan Findlay is the director of Oncology Massage Workshop, which gives massage therapists an accredited qualification in this area, and thereby allows them to be able to treat those who have been or are currently affected by cancer. The course requires volunteers who can come and receive a free oncology massage, and because of the nature of the course, it is essential that volunteers for this course have a history of cancer.