Visit our Support Centres

Cancer can be a daunting prospect whether you are living with it directly, or supporting a loved one through their journey. We offer a range of services to help you through this time.



Fundraise for us

By fundraising for Wessex Cancer Trust you’re joining an amazing community of people doing extraordinary things to improve the lives of local people affected by cancer.



Volunteer with us

Whether its a regular commitment volunteering in our shops, befriending in our support centres or a helping at a one off event we have the perfect volunteer role for you.



Our Support Centres

Bournemouth Cancer Support Centre
Tel: 01202 315824
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Cosham Cancer Support Centre
Tel: 023 9232 6511
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Waterside Cancer Support Centre
Tel: 023 8178 0409
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Winchester Cancer Support Centre
Tel: 01962 868576
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Isle of Wight Cancer Support Centre
Tel: 01983 524186
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Chandler’s Ford Cancer Support Centre
Tel: 023 8051 6576
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Salisbury Cancer Support Centre
Coming Soon
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Our Events

  • Walk for Hope 2017

    Join hundreds of walkers to celebrate those who have survived, inspire those recently diagnosed and support local families in your community. Read more

  • ABP Southampton Full & Half Marathon

    The ABP Full and Half Marathon route is a stunning mix of coast, city and parks. Read more

  • Dare to Drop

    We are looking for thrill seekers to join our Wessex Skydive Team in support of local families affected by Cancer. Read more

Our latest News

  • Say hello to our new mascot!

    During the summer of 2016, we launched a competition for school children to design our new mascot. Read more

  • Meet Betty

    Covering the rural areas of Dorset, she will be used as a mobile support centre for those who are unable to travel to our Bournemouth centre. Read more

  • Children in Need

    In April 2016, BBC Children in Need awarded the Trust £10,000 to provide non-clinical support and a caring place to visit during their journey with cancer. Read more

Our Stories

  • Tim's Story

    Tim, 71, is from Winchester and has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. He began visiting us after hearing about Wessex Cancer Trust through the oncology ward at Winchester hospital. Read more

  • Dawn's Story

    Dawn found the Wessex Cancer Trust Cancer Support Centre was somewhere she could finally release her emotions after feeling like she had to be strong for family and friends. Read more

  • Ray's Story

    Ray found that visiting his local centre towards the end of his treatment helped him feel like himself again. Read more