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Bosom Friends (Bradford)

Bosom Friends (Bradford)

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Bosom Friends is a Bradford, Airedale and surrounding areas, self help and support group for women who are living with or beyond breast cancer. We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7pm at the Cancer Support Centre on Smith Lane. The meetings are friendly social events, an opportunity to chat over a cup of tea with other women who have experienced breast cancer. Much of the emphasis is about getting on with life with or after cancer and the content of the evening meeting varies from talks from guest speakers from the medical team, to quizzes, jewellery parties and other fun activities. We hold our annual Fashion Show in October which is always an amazing occasion for women who have/had breast cancer to strut their stuff looking great and feeling fabulous. Bosom Friends is a registered charity and we rely entirely on fund raising and voluntary donations. Funds raised are used in a number of ways to benefit women being treated in Bradford, either on an individual basis or to all Bradford women; for example we are recently helped make the Dales Suite at St Luke’s Hospital a pleasant and welcoming place by providing a coffee machine and we have funded a spectacular art display, and helped with other things the NHS doesn’t usually provide. If you would like more information about Bosom Friends, the meetings or feel you would just like to talk on a one to one basis with someone who has been through the same experience as yourself, please contact us through our Facebook page.

Cancer type(s):

Breast cancer in women, Breast cancer DCIS, Breast cancer in men and Breast cancer secondary

Bosom Friends is Bradford and surrounding area self help and support group for women who are living with or beyond breast cancer.

Catchment area:

Bradford area

  • Opening times:

    Not applicable

Interested in joining us?

Just come along to our next meeting, or get in touch with us on the details below.

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