Check out this article in the Dorset Echo. You may be aware that C’Siders helps to support the C’Fit exercise scheme both with volunteers and also financially. Any extra cash for this project would help to secure its on-going success.
The Cancer Matters Wessex website is aimed at all cancer patients, their families and carers in Dorset, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. It gives general information to answer some of the many questions you may have at various stages
With the upcoming relaxation of Covid restrictions, Osprey plan to get C’Fit sessions back to something more like normal.From 21 July the sessions will start with attendees registering in one of the classrooms and taking their blood pressure before heading
There are a number of therapeutic workshops and psychological support sessions planned for cancer patients to help deal with various issues. They are being held online using Microsoft Teams on various dates from July to September. Full details are on the
Organised by Action Hampshire but this workshop about cancer prevention and awareness is for Weymouth and Portland. Contact Claire Vincent, Communities Against Cancer Project Coordinator, to find out more or book your place: firstname.lastname@example.org 07801 379448 You can also find out
Steps2wellbeing run a variety of courses to help with your general mental wellbeing. Many things can affect how you feel so, if you think these may help you, click here to find out more.
Glen has been part of C’Siders since it started and was recently interviewed for Wyke Regis TV. He was able to give plenty of information about what we do to support people affected by cancer, whether as patients or carers.
The Rotary Club of Melcombe Regis is holding a Charity tombola stall on the seafront near the Kings Statue on Monday, 31 May 2021, from 10:30 am – 4:00 pm. All proceeds will be going to C’Siders. Please support them
If you want to talk to someone about your cancer, Macmillan Telephone Buddies are there to help. To register online click here or call them on 0808 808 00 00.
When you first receive a cancer diagnosis you were previously invited to a group session to get lots of useful information; these face-to-face sessions had to be put on hold when Covid arrived. Now the Dorset Cancer Partnership has produced