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Shine Events 

Shine exists exclusively to support adults in their 20s, 30s and 40s who have experienced a cancer diagnosis. Please click the link above to see the events they have available.

Helping Harry Help Others

In 2018 they started running group and individual sessions as part of the Help Harry Help Others Charity Support, on stress release, relaxation, better sleep, weight release, healthy living and pain release. More recently they have combined these into a single group session each month to cover Stress Release, Sleep and Weight Management. Pain Release sessions are available by request.

The feedback has been most positive and the current dates and times for the 2020 sessions click the link above;



Macmillan’s on line self management programme_2021 iHOPE

Coronavirus Information

Please click here to see the list of vital support services across Birmingham and Solihull and useful advice and information on the Coronavirus.

Support for people living with cancer, family and carers

There are several methods of support available, including

Macmillan’s Support Line: 0808 808 00 00 7 days a week, 8am – 8pm

Macmillan’s Online Community:

Keeping yourself well

It will be extra important to keep yourself well during this period.  We know that you will have your own health issues, worries about friends and family, and that often running the support group is part of how you keep yourself well.  There are some great resources circulating at the moment, and we’d encourage you to have a look, and use and share whatever you find helpful.

These include:


Corona Virus advice for people with cancer

Corona Virus advice for people with cancer leaflet

Please visit the NHS website for more information –

Health & Well Being Moving Forward Events

Bowel Cancer Screening to be lowered to 50 from 60 in England

Bowel Cancer UK – News & Blog

Cancer Support Group




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