The new website ‘Cancer Matters’, sponsored by the Wessex Cancer Alliance in collaboration with the Dorset Cancer Partnership and Macmillan Cancer Support, has been launched to provide information for cancer patients who want to know how Coronavirus (COVID-19) will impact
You may be worrying about cancer treatment during the current Covid-19 pandemic. We’ve received this letter from the lead cancer nurse at Dorset County Hospital which may help to set your minds at rest.
As cancer patients and carers, we may have extra worries about the coronavirus pandemic and how it might affect us and our treatment. Macmillan Cancer Support have this advice on their website.
Are you or a family member / friend living with cancer? Healthwatch Dorset are working with Macmillan Cancer Support and the Wessex Cancer Alliance to find out more about people’s experience of cancer support care in West Dorset. One in
We’ve been able to buy two new tables for our table tennis sessions. They have been provided by Ping England as part of their Ping in the Community initiative. They were delivered to our venue at Wyke Regis Community and
You may recall that two of our friends at Melcombe Regis Rotary Club, Tim Creed and Steve Haseldine, entered the Monte Carlo or Bust Banger Rally to raise money for Julia’s House, Weldmar, Veterans Hub and C’Siders. Last Wednesday, 24
A group of C’Siders started playing table tennis back in February 2018 at Wey Valley Tennis Centre. This was made possible by a grant from Postcode Community Trust, arranged by Andy Millar of the Weymouth and District Table Tennis League
LiveWellDorset are inviting you to take part in a twelve-week transformation. As cancer patients and carers we know the importance of exercise and nutrition, so maybe this is of interest to some of you? Of course, if it’s the exercise
The latest newsletter from the Dorset Cancer Partnership with details of events and the progress being made on several projects.
The Dorset Macmillan Cancer Information project aims to ensure that people affected by cancer are able to access information in the right place, in the right way and at the right time for their levels of need. They need help