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What  Coping With Cancer North East offers a variety of services at different venues in the North East. The services are run by volunteers and are free of charge to the users. The services on offer include acupuncture, complementary therapies, counselling, palliative care. They offer a wide range of therapies across the region including Reiki, Indian head massage, and reflexology. Please visit their website to find a service near you.

What  The Little Princess Trust provides free real hair wigs to children and young people up to the age of 24 who are experiencing hair loss as a result of cancer treatment. Receiving a free real hair wig can help restore an individual’s self-esteem and contribute to their feeling of well-being.In order to access a free wig, simply email or telephone the Charity which will put you in contact with an independent wig fitter located as near as possible to you.

What   The Aylesford Unit has treatment facilities for patients with a diagnosis or suspected diagnosis of cancer. It also has a dedicated information centre for patients, carers and staff. Warwick Hospital also offers advanced techniques in adult palliative care, for pain due to cancer.

Where   Warwick Hospital, Lakin Road.The Aylesford Unit, Warwick Hospital is opposite the Machen Eye Unit.

Available for friends and family

What   Brain Tumour Support hold a support group in your local area of Birmingham for anyone affected by a brain tumour diagnosis. For more information please click on the link above.

Where   John Lewis, Community Hub level 4. Meetings are held normally on the last Tuesday of the month, at 2pm – 3.30pm.  

Dates for 2019:

What   The aim of the Manchester 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   Manchester and the surrounding areas

Who   Anyone who has been diagnosed with a blood cancer

What  Child Bereavement UK supports families and educates professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement.  In the UK, when a baby or child dies, or a child is bereaved, many of those affected are unable to access good quality support which meets their individual needs. Child Bereavement UK believes all families should have the support they need to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies, and their aim is to make sure they do.

What Together against cancer provides support to cancer patients and similar conditions  through education, complementary therapies, public awareness and medical aid. They also offer nutritional guidance, practical workshops and one-to-one therapies. Visit their website for more information.

Where Located north of Leicester.

What   Helen Rollason Cancer Centre in Chelmsford is dedicated to supporting people affected by cancer at all stages and beyond. The centre offer a range of complementary therapies, such as reflexology, aromatherapy, manual lymphatic drainage, counselling and support groups  available to carers. The Chelmsford centre also hosts Look good Feel Better beauty workshops. Counselling and support groups are also available for carers.

What   The Camomile Rooms is a therapy centre in Cheltenham that offers holistic therapies to the surrounding area. They are one of two local therapy centres that offer free therapies for people undergoing treatment for cancer and are designed to treat and revive your body, mind and spirit. These therapies include reflexology, various massages, osteopathy, nutritional therapy, and more. Please refer to their website for a full list of therapies. 

What   Canterbury 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.