Despite the closure of our National Centre, we are committed to providing you with the support you need during this time. We are running a range of remote services for you to access online or over the phone, where ever you are. To find out more, click here.

Our Helpline is available on 0303 3000 118, Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm and our online resources page hosts a wealth of self-care tips and resources to support you during this time.

Cancer affects every area of your life and sometimes it’s difficult to know which way to turn, let alone what support you’re going to need. We can show you simple ways to live as well as possible right now.

Where do I begin?

Introduction
Day

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Living Well
Course

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Treatment Support Clinic

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We also offer Personal Planning Sessions to help you work out what support you need. All of our services are offered free of charge. We welcome donations to help us support as many people as possible living with cancer.

For a full range of downloadable leaflets, visit our information page. Alternatively, to talk to someone about your situation, call our Confidential Helpline.

Supporting someone?

Being close to someone who’s been diagnosed with cancer can have a major impact on your life as well as theirs. It can be just as hard for you as it is for the person with the diagnosis. That’s why we offer support to the loved-ones of those living with cancer because you are just as important.

Can’t get to us?

The Tim Tiley Bursary Fund awards travel bursaries for clients in need of financial support to get to the National Centre. If you are unable to get to the National Centre and would like to attend a course here, please contact us on 0303 3000 118 or email info@pennybrohn.org.uk to ask for details.

Need to talk?

Call 0303 3000 118

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