See our article in the Southport Visiter which is about the work of our Centre. Here is a link.
The HOPE course has proved to be an amazing resource for many people who have gone through cancer – it helps them back on track and teaches coping strategies to deal with the legacy that this illness often leaves behind. During the current crisis, it’s not possible to offer a face to face course, but […]
If you’re struggling and need help with shopping or care needs you can register yourself (or a relative, friend or neighbour) on the link below. This service is for those people who don’t have anyone to help them though, so please only register if you have a genuine need…… https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus-extremely-vulnerable
Please note that currently the Southport Centre may not be staffed every day but there is new work mobile number 07947 630654 as a contact.
Further advice for patients and carers affected by cancer and who may have questions about the COVID-19 pandemic can find answers to some common questions here.
Due to Covid 19 and two members of staff self-isolating, we regret to say that we are unable to offer any face to face support until further notice. With immediate effect, the Centre will NOT be open for drop in and all our support groups, whether held here at the Centre or other venues, […]
The Tuesday ` Keeping |Moving More’ class has been cancelled until further notice. if you have any queries about this, please contact the Information Centre on 01704 533024
Health and Wellbeing Event cancelled After much thought, it is with regret that we have taken the decision to cancel our Health & Wellbeing Event on Thursday 19th March 2020. We would like to reassure everyone that this is purely a precautionary measure and our Macmillan Information and Support Centre is still operating as normal and […]
Please note that the proposed visit of the Macmillan Bus on 17th January in Chapel Street has been cancelled.
The Macmillan Bus will be visiting Southport on Friday 17th January from 10am to 4pm in Chapel Street.