Find your nearest Support Centre

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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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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Our Events

  • Fire Walk 2019

    Things are heating up this November! Read more

  • Starlit Trail 2019

    Join us on a 5k walk through the historic city centre of Winchester taking in some beautiful landmarks and enjoying live entertainment along the way. Be a star, support local people affected by cancer and see Winchester in a different light! Read more

  • Zero to Hero

    Will you be a Wessex hero this September for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month? Read more

Our latest News

  • Food matters

    The importance of nutrition when you’re living with cancer. Read more

  • Time for real honesty with the media’s message of cancer

    Cancer is not a topic that is hidden from the public any more. There are endless media campaigns, stories of high-profile celebrities with personal experiences and much more cancer education in general. But is the message that is being told about cancer the right one? Read more

  • Tennis club serves up donation

    Members of the Swaythling Lawn Tennis Club in Southampton have served up a donation to Wessex Cancer Trust from their annual fun tournament. Read more

Our Stories

  • Caroline's Story

    Caroline Andrews, who lives in Winchester, finds that regular visits to our Chandler's Ford support centre helps her with her bad days and hospital check-ups. Read more

  • Dan and Ash's Walk for Hope story

    "It wasn't a race, because we were all on the same team." Read more

  • Kate Monserrate's story

    What happens about work if you have cancer? For Kate Monserrate it gave her a focus throughout her cancer diagnosis and treatment. Read more