Cancer information and support centres
Our centres offer free, confidential information and support to everyone. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed, or you're worried about cancer, one of our team can help.
Simply type your postcode or your location (eg town, county) into the box above and our interactive map will show you what's on offer in the UK.
We're here for you
At our centres, you'll find a team of experts and trained volunteers on hand to answer your questions. Not only that but you can also access booklets, leaflets and other sources of information free of charge. Some centres offer other services, including self-help and support groups,or complementary therapies.
Read our report into the last 20 years of Macmillan information and support centres [PDF].
Macmillan on the road
Our mobile information and support unit on the road
Our mobile centres tour the UK, visiting high streets, communities and events to bring you free, confidential information and support.
You don't need an appointment to speak to our cancer information specialists. And you're welcome whether you have a cancer diagnosis, are worried about cancer or are visiting on behalf of a friend or relative.
Find out when a mobile information centre will next be near you and get more information about how local services can help you.
Are you a Macmillan professional?
Why not volunteer and lend your time with the mobile information centres?
If you would like to help our Macmillan cancer information specialists give free confidential information and support to people concerned about cancer, we'd love to hear from you.
We need people with a good knowledge of their local area and its services to commit to one day's help aboard the centre when it's in their town. To find out more, please contact the team in your area .
If you're not a professional but are interested in helping out in your community, find out more about volunteering opportunities near you.
Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre
The Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre was the first ever Macmillan information and support centre, it opened in 1993. We've produced a video about the centre: