Due to Covid-19 please phone or email us to check our opening times and availability before visiting our Centre. The centre is available for anyone who is affected by cancer whether that is the patient receiving treatment, carers or the worried well. The centre provides free information whether by booklets, email, telephone conversations or 1-2-1 support based on a drop in basis so no appointment is necessary. We supply a comprehensive benefits advice service provided by Citizens Advice Bureau and the Department of Work and Pensions. We run the HOPE course which enables people to cope with challenges faced after cancer treatment. Complementary therapy services are also available on an appointment basis, for more information, please contact us by e-mail or telephone. We also offer information and signposting to a number of local support groups and services who can provide support, information and space to meet other people living with or affected by cancer.
- Cancer information materials
- Cancer information materials in other languages
- Complementary therapies
- Internet use available
- Provision for deaf/hard of hearing
- Provision for learning difficulties
- Provision for visually impaired
- Support from Health Professionals
- Benefits Advice
- Look Good, Feel Better
- Other services
- Signposting to other services
Monday to Friday 09.00 -16.00 apart from Bank Holidays.