On July 26 2016, HRH The Prince of Wales visited our National Centre and garden; meeting staff, volunteers and those who have been helped by the charity.

Before leaving the centre, The Prince planted a tree to mark the visit, replacing a decayed Cedar of Lebanon tree. This 180 year-old tree has been an important source of comfort for many clients visiting the centre and the new tree symbolises the charity’s ongoing commitment to helping people with cancer in the UK.