Articles tagged with: Lancaster

Walking in the Sunshine

on Friday, 28 July 2017. Posted in Blog Tags Barrow, CancerCare, CancerCare Coffee Mornings, CancerCare Lottery, Health Walks, Kendal, Knocker Jotter, Lancaster, Mitchells Brewery

CancerCare CEO Neil's Weekly Blog

Good Morning! I am in Kendal at the Coffee Morning today. One of three (plus Barrow and Lancaster) each holding their monthly events simultaneously. They are always so welcoming and supported, long may they continue to flourish.

CancerCare Connections

on Friday, 21 July 2017. Posted in Blog Tags Andrea Partridge, Barrow, CancerCare, Dukes Theatre, GDPR, Lancaster, Living With and Beyond Cancer, Malcolm Mcillmurray, Tony Gatrell

CancerCare CEO Neil's Weekly Blog

Hello! I am just about to hop on a train to Barrow to attend the quarterly NHS Listening Event at the Forum, a really active network of health professionals, third sector organisations and the public, who meet up to discuss a wide range of local issues.

Our Family

on Friday, 14 July 2017. Posted in Blog Tags CancerCare, Drop In Support, Dukes Theatre, Lancaster, Lancaster BID, Malcolm Mcillmurray, Morecambe Bay Cancer Patients Group

CancerCare CEO Neil's Weekly Blog

Good Morning!I promised you last week a picture of me in a Pirate hat, following my visit to Treasure Ireland at the Duke. Well, here it is...

A week of many hats!

on Friday, 07 July 2017. Posted in Blog Tags CancerCare, Cumberland Building Society, Drop In Support, Dukes Theatre, Joan Newby, Kendal, Lancaster, Lancaster Chamber of Commerce, Seatruck Ferries

CancerCare CEO Neil's Weekly Blog

Good Morning - can I start my blog this week with a huge thank you to all the volunteers, staff and our friends from the Cumberland Building Society in Lancaster who joined in with our clear up day in the grounds here at Slynedales.

At Home and Away

on Friday, 09 June 2017. Posted in Blog Tags Barrow, CancerCare, CancerForce, Cross Bay Walk, Cumbria CVS, Kendal Gateway, Lakeland, Lancaster

CancerCare CEO Neil's Weekly Blog

Hello - by the time most of your see this Alan and I will be on our way to North Cornwall for our holiday. I'm really looking forward to a break and sometime to relax.

A Week to Reflect

on Friday, 26 May 2017. Posted in Blog Tags Ambleside, Better Care Together, cancer, Cancer Help Preston, CancerCare, Dukes Theatre, Lancaster, Lancaster University Colour Dash, Stella Duffy, The Bay Cycle Way

CancerCare CEO Neil's Weekly Blog

Good Morning, at the end of a week which has shook every day human beings to the core. Our response has been reflective, to look after each other and to do what we can to look forward and carry on as “normal".

Getting Creative with Metals

on Wednesday, 24 May 2017. Posted in Blog Tags Cancer support, CancerCare, Creative groups, Jewellery Making, Kendal, Lancaster, Metals

CancerCare's Creative Metals (Jewellery) Groups meet weekly in Lancaster and Kendal to create functional or wearable objects in silver, copper, brass and sometimes gold.

To meet or not to meet...

on Friday, 19 May 2017. Posted in Blog Tags cancer, CancerCare, Cross Bay Walk, Kendal, Kendal Gateway Partnership, Lancaster, Lancaster University Colour Dash, Living With and Beyond Cancer, Morecambe Bay Clinical Commissioning Group, The Bay Cycle Way

CancerCare CEO Neil's Weekly Blog

Good Morning - do your ever get the feeling that the world we live in is built around “meetings”?

Making it Count Together

on Monday, 08 May 2017. Posted in Blog Tags cancer, cancer support services, CancerCare, CancerCare Counts, CancerCare Lottery, Lancaster, Lancaster Guardian, North Lancashire, slynedales

CancerCare CEO Neil's Special Blog

CancerCare Chief Executive Neil Townsend's letter to Lancaster Guardian readers for the CancerCare Counts campaign (published May 11th 2017):

A Great Excuse for Cake!

on Friday, 21 April 2017. Posted in Blog Tags Bark in the Park, Barrow, cancer, CancerCare, Cross Bay Challenge Walk, Lancaster, Slynedales

CancerCare CEO Neil's Weekly Blog

Good Morning! By the time you read this, I will be on my way to Barrow, where I am spending the day today. I have some time planned with Development Officer Rachel Minshull, so we can have a good catch up regarding all the recent positive developments.

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