Family Fun Day helps local families with cancer

The first Saturday of August saw Wessex Cancer Trust hold a Family Fun Day to raise funds and awareness for its cancer support services on the island.Read more

Benham Engineering conquer Three Peaks Challenge

Last month a group of adventurers climbed the highest peaks in England, Wales and Scotland in just 24 hours to raise money to help support local people.Read more

Apollo team take on Dragon Boat Challenge!

A team of 18 employees take on the Dragon Boat Challenge to raise funds for Cosham Cancer Support Centre.Read more

Inaugural Walk for Hope marks National Cancer Survivors Day

Over a hundred people from across the South turned out for Wessex Cancer Trust's first Walk for Hope on Sunday 4th June.Read more

Round Table fund new male support group, MENtalk

Shockingly, 200,000 men are diagnosed with cancer each year in the UK and many more are affected by their partners receiving a devastating diagnosis.Read more

London Marathon Runners Raise £36,000

This year saw over 40,000 people take part in the world famous London Marathon. 11 of those ran to support Wessex Cancer Trust and together they raised £36,000!Read more

Hang your gardening memories in Chelsea history

Visitors at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show are invited to play their part in Chelsea history by leaving a lasting memory in the Hillier show garden.Read more

Breast cancer patient raised over £24,000 after realising childhood dream

Fiona Roy and her brother Nick from Hampshire, both took part in the London Marathon and so far raised an astonishing over £24,000 for Wessex Cancer Trust.Read more

Salisbury Support Centre's Official Opening

Salisbury welcomed and celebrated the official opening of a new Cancer Support Centre this week. The Mayor of the City of Salisbury, Councillor Derek Brown OBE officially opened Wessex Cancer Trust’s Salisbury Support Centre based at Beckett House in Bridge Street, on 4th May.Read more

Wessex Cancer Trust Fire Engine Run 2017

Wessex Fire & Rescue Service and Preservation group gathered with 26 Fire Engines and vehicles to take the children and families from the Piam Brown Unit to Paultons Park.Read more