Laughter Yoga rolls in to Salisbury Support Centre

We hope Laughter Yoga classes will be a roaring success when they roll in to our Salisbury Support Centre on Monday 4th February.Read more

Salisbury bereavement support group bags £4,000 from Tesco's community grant scheme

Our Salisbury Cancer Support Centre has started running a bereavement support group after bagging £4,000 from Tesco's Bags of Help community grant scheme.Read more

Chandler's Ford Support Centre to host exhibition depicting artist's cancer journey

Our Chandler's Ford Support Centre will be hosting an exhibition by Romsey-based artist, Wendy Forrest-Charde, depicting her journey through cancer, on Friday 15th and Saturday 16th February between 10am and 4pm.Read more

New journal will support anyone living with cancer

We've launched, 'This Is Me', a journal designed to help anyone through their cancer diagnosis, treatment and recovery.Read more

Fashion Gala celebrates feeling fabulous despite cancer!

Twenty-four models showed that it's possible to look and feel fabulous despite having cancer as they strode down the runway to tumultuous clapping and cheering at our recent Fashion Gala at the Grand Harbour Hotel in Southampton.Read more

New manager and opening hours for Salisbury support centre

We've welcomed Nicky Williams as the new manager for our Salisbury cancer support centre.Read more

Air festival lands £11,626

Our annual Bournemouth Air Festival hospitality day sponsored by IT support and business solutions provider QuoStar raised £11,626 to help local people living with cancer.Read more

New report shows the impact of our services

Our latest impact report shows how our services supported people living with cancer in 2017Read more

Employees' small change can make a big difference to cancer patients

We're appealing to local businesses to support our 'Save Your Pennies' initiative by encouraging employees and visitors to donate their small change and make a big difference to the lives of people living with cancer this October.Read more