weston park cancer support charity

About Us

Who we are

We are a registered charity that supports anyone affected by cancer.

What we do

Our team of health care professionals, experienced in cancer care are available to speak to you. We offer a drop-in service providing information to patients, carers, relatives and friends on different types of cancers and treatments, benefits advice, practical and emotional support.

We also provide complementary therapies for radiotherapy patients and carers, welfare advice and legal advice.

Our History

The charity was founded with money raised through an appeal to the generous people of South Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire and was firstly known as Weston Park Day Care Unit. It was a vision of a Physicist, Professor Harold Miller and a Consultant, Dr Frank Neal, both treating patients at Weston Park Hospital. The charity was incorporated in 1980. Read more…

Our Staff Team

We have a dedicated team of Staff and Volunteers working at the Centre. Read more…

Our vision

‘Here to Help, Here to Listen’

For people with cancer, their carers, friends and families to have high quality, timely information and support, thus enabling them to live with and beyond cancer.

Get Involved

There are a number of ways you can be involved with the Centre and help us to shape the future of services to support others. Read more…


Press and media: Please contact our Centre Manager, Karen Holmes

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    *Appointments are required for some services