Articles tagged with: Slynedales

CancerCare wins award for mental health support of employees

on Tuesday, 04 April 2017. Tags cancer, cancer support, CancerCare, Mental health, MIND Index Awards, Morecambe FC, North Lancashire, Slynedales, South Lakeland

CancerCare has won an award for its commitment to its employees’ mental health.

Phoenix Cancer Group raise thousands for CancerCare at glittering ball event

on Tuesday, 28 March 2017. Tags Andrea Partridge, Breast cancer, cancer, cancer support, CancerCare, Furness General Hospital, Morecambe FC, North Lancashire, Phoenix Cancer group, Sarah Drake, Slynedales, South Lakeland, therapies

Members from a local cancer support group held a ‘Phoenix from the Flames’ Spring Ball event at Morecambe’s Globe Arena last week, helping to raise £14,000 for CancerCare.

CancerCare Expands Support in Barrow

on Tuesday, 14 February 2017. Tags Barrow, cancer, cancer support, CancerCare, Furness, Furness General Hospital, Lakes Centre, North Lancashire, Slynedales, South Lakeland, therapies

CancerCare launches new support services in Barrow and wider Furness area.

CancerCare seeks new Trustees

on Tuesday, 13 December 2016. Tags CancerCare, Governance, Kendal, Lakes Centre, Lancaster, Slynedales, Trustees

CancerCare is appealing for supporters from the local business community to come forward to join its governing body of volunteer Trustees.

Support for residents facing loss this Christmas

on Friday, 02 December 2016. Tags Bereavement, CancerCare, Christmas, Kendal, Lakes Centre, Lancaster, North Lancashire, Slynedales, Support

Christmas should be a magical time of year for coming together with family and friends to celebrate good times. But if you’ve lost someone you care about to cancer, it can also be lonely, sad and even traumatic. Fortunately, thanks to CancerCare, help & support wil be available throughout the festive period.

Knowing people care means so much to local mum

on Thursday, 24 November 2016. Tags CancerCare, Donations, Lancaster, North Lancashire, Slynedales, Support

A young mum from Lancaster, who is facing cancer for a second time in four years, has spoken out about the support she has received from CancerCare, thanks to the generosity of local people.

Lancaster Grandmother retires after 25 years’ service at local cancer support centre

on Monday, 07 November 2016. Tags Cancer Support, CancerCare, Lancaster, Slynedales, Sue Tyson

A Grand-mother who has devoted nearly quarter of a century to making a difference to the lives of local people affected by cancer, is finally saying goodbye to CancerCare’s Slynedales centre in Lancaster.