Please note that due to the risks posed by COVID-19 our National Centre (including garden and car park) are closed until further notice.

We have the safety of you, our clients, at the centre of all our decisions. 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.

Please be reassured that we are continuing to offer our counselling, nutrition, exercise therapy and doctors 1:1 sessions by phone. Please contact bookings by emailing if you would like to speak to someone about this.

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.

You can watch our myth-busting video with Dr. Catherine Zollman, here. If you have further worries about the risk of coronavirus to you, we encourage you to talk to your hospital cancer team.

One Cancer Voice has produced some useful guidance about coronavirus for people with cancer. This includes some frequently asked questions and answers about coronavirus. One Cancer Voice is a group of cancer charities working together to give consistent advice and information. More information about this is available here.

In-line with guidance from Public Health England the following policy has been developed to minimise the risk to visitors and staff at the National Centre. Please take a moment to read it here. For the latest information on coronavirus from Public Health England click here.

We are keeping a close watch on the government’s announcements regarding COVID-19. Our number one priority is keeping both you and our team safe and well. Take care and look out for more updates here.