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Upcoming Events

  • Tue
    19
    Apr
    2016
    10:30 amUpper Colwyn Bay, Bryn Cadno Resource Centre

  • Fri
    22
    Apr
    2016
    1:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd (Medical Physics Rm)
  • Thu
    28
    Apr
    2016
    10:30 amYsbyty Gwynedd (Criccieth Room)
  • Tue
    03
    May
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    04
    May
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    04
    May
    2016
    5:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd

    Tenovus Cancer Care2016 04 - Radiotherapy OPen Evenings, in partnership with the Betsi Cadwaladr Unviversity Health Board, has launched a monthly Radiotherapy open evening to give patients and families an opportunity to visit the Radiotherapy Unit at the North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre and to hear talks about radiotherapy treatment from health professionals and patient representatives.

    1st WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    5.00pm – 6.00pm, SEMINAR ROOM, RADIOTHERAPY UNIT, NORTH WALES CANCER TREATMENT CENTRE, GLAN CLWYD HOSPITAL

    5.00PM RADIOGRAPHER PRESENTATION & TENOVUS PRESENTATION

    5.15PM TALK FROM A DIETICIAN / PHYSIOTHERAPIST/ PATIENT REPRESENTATIVE
    (ON A ROTA BASIS) FOLLOWED BY Q&A SESSION

    5.30PM TEA / COFFEE/ REFRESHMENTS IN THE FOYER/ CAFÉ AREA
    CHOIR PERFORMING

    5.40PM TOUR OF RADIOTHERAPY UNIT

    5.55PM ROUND UP OF EVENING / FEEDBACK FORMS

    6.00PM END – CHOIR PERFORMING IN FOYER.

  • Thu
    05
    May
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Tue
    10
    May
    2016
    2:00 pmGwersyllt Community Centre
  • Mon
    16
    May
    2016
    6:30 pmDolgellau

    2016-05 MindfullnessMBSR is an intensive, structured 8-week program for learning mindfulness that has been shown to effectively help people to better cope with stress, chronic pain and difficult psychological states such as low mood, depression and anxiety etc. as well as helping with conditions such as insomnia.

    However, mindfulness is also a tool for effectively enhancing positive qualities such as performance, concentration, attention regulation, emotional intelligence, creativity, etc.

    In essence, MBSR is designed to help people learn new ways of relating to experiences in everyday life by learning a special way of paying attention.

    This can help us see things differently, to be more focussed, grounded, to release mental and physical tension, increase our sense of confidence, give us more options and resources for facing the challenges of everyday life, and live our lives more fully.

    Most people completing MBSR courses report lasting benefits, including:

    • Greater ability to handle stress and stressful situations
    • Greater capacity for relaxation
    • Greater sense of well-being
    • Greater capacity to deal with chronic pain and illness - Enhanced self-confidence
    • Greater resilience .... and the list goes on...

    Willingness to practice 45-60 min/day
    The Old Police Station, Lombard Street, Dolgellau LL40 1SB
    Monday, 9 May, 2016; 6:30pm-9pm
    8-weekly classes, 2.5 hours each, + 1 optional full day

    For more information and to book a place, please contact :-
    tanymaen@btinternet.com
    or
    07964 858095

  • Tue
    17
    May
    2016
    Llandudno & Wrexham

    2016-06 Number 7Cancer treatment can affect your appearance, which can understandably affect the way you feel.

    Boots Macmillan Beauty Advisors are specially trained to offer make-up advice on how to help manage the visible side effects of cancer treatment, so you can start to feel more like you again. An expert will help you to learn specific beauty techniques, like how to recreate brows and lashes, as well as how best to care for your nails and skin.

    Boots Macmillan Information Pharmacists will also be available. Our specially trained pharmacists are there to discuss any concerns you may have regarding your treatment and how to deal with any side effects, provide you with more practical advice about where to get support locally, or simply listen.

    Please call into your nearest participating Boots store to book and find out more :-

    LLANDUDNO - 9, Victoria Ctr, Llandudno, Clwyd, LL30 2NG
    WREXHAM - Retail Pk, Wrexham, Clwyd, LL11 2BA

  • Tue
    24
    May
    2016
    10:30 amUpper Colwyn Bay, Bryn Cadno Resource Centre
  • Tue
    31
    May
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    01
    Jun
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Thu
    02
    Jun
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Sat
    04
    Jun
    2016
    Tesco, Chester St, Mold

    201606 - Bowel BusSaturday 4th June
    Tesco, Chester St, Ponterwyl, Mold CH7 1UB

    If you’re worried about any changes when you go to the loo, don't sit on it!

    It can be easy to try and ignore bowel cancer symptoms, especially if you feel embarrassed about talking with your GP. However, we know that spotting the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer in the early stages can make a huge difference to how well and how quickly people get better.

    Our Mobile Support Unit is visiting communities across Wales and England to offer free advice and information about bowel health. It's fast, free and you don't need an appointment.

    So if you've noticed anything different when you go to the loo, pop along and see us. Changes can include going to the loo more often or if your poo has become looser and contains some blood. Or if you feel sore, pain or itching or if you have pain in your lower stomach.

    If you have any other questions please give our free Support Line a call, 8am - 8pm, 365 days a year on 0808 808 1010.

  • Wed
    08
    Jun
    2016
    5:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd

    Tenovus Cancer Care2016 04 - Radiotherapy OPen Evenings, in partnership with the Betsi Cadwaladr Unviversity Health Board, has launched a monthly Radiotherapy open evening to give patients and families an opportunity to visit the Radiotherapy Unit at the North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre and to hear talks about radiotherapy treatment from health professionals and patient representatives.

    1st WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    5.00pm – 6.00pm, SEMINAR ROOM, RADIOTHERAPY UNIT, NORTH WALES CANCER TREATMENT CENTRE, GLAN CLWYD HOSPITAL

    5.00PM RADIOGRAPHER PRESENTATION & TENOVUS PRESENTATION

    5.15PM TALK FROM A DIETICIAN / PHYSIOTHERAPIST/ PATIENT REPRESENTATIVE
    (ON A ROTA BASIS) FOLLOWED BY Q&A SESSION

    5.30PM TEA / COFFEE/ REFRESHMENTS IN THE FOYER/ CAFÉ AREA
    CHOIR PERFORMING

    5.40PM TOUR OF RADIOTHERAPY UNIT

    5.55PM ROUND UP OF EVENING / FEEDBACK FORMS

    6.00PM END – CHOIR PERFORMING IN FOYER.

  • Sat
    18
    Jun
    2016
    All day

    2016-06 Snowon Rocks PosterJoin Mike Peters in a trek to the summit of Snowdon, featuring music, celebration and remembrance.

    • Trek : Trek to the summit of Snowdon
    • Registration: Register individually or in teams
    • The Strength Train: Those with cancer, their families and healthcare staff can ride by train to the summit.
    • The Strength Bus: Those with cancer, their families and healthcare staff can visit The Electric Mountain
    • Prayer Flags: Have names and messages placed on prayer flags taken to the summit
    • ‘Elect-Rock Mountain’ : Join a gig in ‘Elect-Rock Mountain’, Llanberis for those unable to climb
    • Aftershow Party: Join the Aftershow Party with music from Mike Peters and others

    For more information and an application form please visit the official website here

  • Thu
    23
    Jun
    2016
    10:00 amRhyl

    moving_forward‘Moving Forward’ – free course for people who have had breast cancer treatment

    Breast Cancer Care and NHS Wales are working together to provide a programme of information and support for people who are moving forward after treatment for breast cancer.

    This free four-week course (one morning per week) examines some of the main issues that may affect you after a diagnosis of breast cancer and aims to provide information, support and professional guidance on how to cope with and adjust to life after treatment. Topics covered include: healthy eating, exercise, managing menopausal symptoms, lymphoedema, cancer fatigue, and adjusting and adapting after a diagnosis of breast cancer.

    For more information or to book your place please contact us

    0345 077 1893

    movingforward@breastcancercare.org.uk

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  • Thu
    30
    Jun
    2016
    6:00 pm

    2016-06 Angelina JolieJoin us at this interactive event to explore the genetics of breast cancer and what it may mean for you. Clinicians and researchers will talk about current practice and findings and someone affected by inherited breast cancer will share their story and experiences. There will also be time for discussion and questions with our experts. This event is free but you must register to attend via Eventbrite

    This event is organised by the Wales Gene Park, in association with Cancer Research UK, as part of the Wales Festival of Innovation: http://www.festivalofinnovation.org/

    WHEN
    Thursday, 30 June 2016 from 18:00 to 19:30
    WHERE
    Catrin Finch Centre - Glyndwr Univeristy , Wrexham, LL11 2AW

  • Wed
    06
    Jul
    2016
    5:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd

    Tenovus Cancer Care2016 04 - Radiotherapy OPen Evenings, in partnership with the Betsi Cadwaladr Unviversity Health Board, has launched a monthly Radiotherapy open evening to give patients and families an opportunity to visit the Radiotherapy Unit at the North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre and to hear talks about radiotherapy treatment from health professionals and patient representatives.

    1st WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    5.00pm – 6.00pm, SEMINAR ROOM, RADIOTHERAPY UNIT, NORTH WALES CANCER TREATMENT CENTRE, GLAN CLWYD HOSPITAL

    5.00PM RADIOGRAPHER PRESENTATION & TENOVUS PRESENTATION

    5.15PM TALK FROM A DIETICIAN / PHYSIOTHERAPIST/ PATIENT REPRESENTATIVE
    (ON A ROTA BASIS) FOLLOWED BY Q&A SESSION

    5.30PM TEA / COFFEE/ REFRESHMENTS IN THE FOYER/ CAFÉ AREA
    CHOIR PERFORMING

    5.40PM TOUR OF RADIOTHERAPY UNIT

    5.55PM ROUND UP OF EVENING / FEEDBACK FORMS

    6.00PM END – CHOIR PERFORMING IN FOYER.

  • Fri
    08
    Jul
    2016
    All Day

    2016-07 Rock Your SocksJoin the fun and wear a pair of novelty socks for the Osborne Trust.

    Donate only £1 to Rock your socks with Ozzy on 8th July.

    The Osborne Trust supports children across the UK whose parents are undergoing cancer treatment.

    www.justgiving.com/rockyoursocks16

  • Thu
    21
    Jul
    2016
    5:15 pmLlandudno

    rs968_breast_cancer_care_bra_gradient-lprBreast Cancer Care Lingerie Evenings are for women who have undergone breast surgery. Set in a relaxed, early evening environment, this event is a chance to take the stress out of shopping for bras and lingerie and get practical support and advice from trained fitters. The event is free of charge, but it is important that you register beforehand as places are limited.

    All of our services are free but you must book to attend.

    For more information or to book your place please contact us

    0345 077 1893

    movingforward@breastcancercare.org.uk

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  • Wed
    03
    Aug
    2016
    5:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd

    Tenovus Cancer Care2016 04 - Radiotherapy OPen Evenings, in partnership with the Betsi Cadwaladr Unviversity Health Board, has launched a monthly Radiotherapy open evening to give patients and families an opportunity to visit the Radiotherapy Unit at the North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre and to hear talks about radiotherapy treatment from health professionals and patient representatives.

    1st WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    5.00pm – 6.00pm, SEMINAR ROOM, RADIOTHERAPY UNIT, NORTH WALES CANCER TREATMENT CENTRE, GLAN CLWYD HOSPITAL

    5.00PM RADIOGRAPHER PRESENTATION & TENOVUS PRESENTATION

    5.15PM TALK FROM A DIETICIAN / PHYSIOTHERAPIST/ PATIENT REPRESENTATIVE
    (ON A ROTA BASIS) FOLLOWED BY Q&A SESSION

    5.30PM TEA / COFFEE/ REFRESHMENTS IN THE FOYER/ CAFÉ AREA
    CHOIR PERFORMING

    5.40PM TOUR OF RADIOTHERAPY UNIT

    5.55PM ROUND UP OF EVENING / FEEDBACK FORMS

    6.00PM END – CHOIR PERFORMING IN FOYER.

  • Mon
    05
    Sep
    2016
    10:00 amBangor

    moving_forward‘Moving Forward’ – free course for people who have had breast cancer treatment

    Breast Cancer Care and NHS Wales are working together to provide a programme of information and support for people who are moving forward after treatment for breast cancer.

    This free four-week course (one morning per week) examines some of the main issues that may affect you after a diagnosis of breast cancer and aims to provide information, support and professional guidance on how to cope with and adjust to life after treatment. Topics covered include: healthy eating, exercise, managing menopausal symptoms, lymphoedema, cancer fatigue, and adjusting and adapting after a diagnosis of breast cancer.

    For more information or to book your place please contact us

    0345 077 1893

    movingforward@breastcancercare.org.uk

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  • Tue
    06
    Sep
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    07
    Sep
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    07
    Sep
    2016
    10:00 amPenrhyn Castle

    2016-09 HopeIf you have or have had a cancer diagnosis our free programme HOPE is taking place in Bangor at Penrhyn Castle.

    The programme will run on Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 September from 10am - 4pm each day, with a follow-up day on Thursday 24 November (from 11am – 3pm).

    Tea and coffee and a light lunch will be provided.

    Penrhyn Castle
    Penrhyn Park
    Bangor
    LL57 4HN

    Macmillan is offering HOPE to anyone living with a cancer diagnosis.

    HOPE focuses on topics such as smarter goal setting, priorities and values, living positively with the fear of recurrence, character strengths, managing stress, managing fatigue, body image and keeping a gratitude diary.

  • Wed
    07
    Sep
    2016
    5:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd

    Tenovus Cancer Care2016 04 - Radiotherapy OPen Evenings, in partnership with the Betsi Cadwaladr Unviversity Health Board, has launched a monthly Radiotherapy open evening to give patients and families an opportunity to visit the Radiotherapy Unit at the North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre and to hear talks about radiotherapy treatment from health professionals and patient representatives.

    1st WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    5.00pm – 6.00pm, SEMINAR ROOM, RADIOTHERAPY UNIT, NORTH WALES CANCER TREATMENT CENTRE, GLAN CLWYD HOSPITAL

    5.00PM RADIOGRAPHER PRESENTATION & TENOVUS PRESENTATION

    5.15PM TALK FROM A DIETICIAN / PHYSIOTHERAPIST/ PATIENT REPRESENTATIVE
    (ON A ROTA BASIS) FOLLOWED BY Q&A SESSION

    5.30PM TEA / COFFEE/ REFRESHMENTS IN THE FOYER/ CAFÉ AREA
    CHOIR PERFORMING

    5.40PM TOUR OF RADIOTHERAPY UNIT

    5.55PM ROUND UP OF EVENING / FEEDBACK FORMS

    6.00PM END – CHOIR PERFORMING IN FOYER.

  • Thu
    08
    Sep
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Thu
    22
    Sep
    2016
    2:00 pmOriel House, St Asaph
  • Fri
    30
    Sep
    2016
    10:30 amTy Newydd Caravan Site

    2016-09-ty-newydd

  • Tue
    04
    Oct
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    05
    Oct
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    05
    Oct
    2016
    5:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd

    Tenovus Cancer Care2016 04 - Radiotherapy OPen Evenings, in partnership with the Betsi Cadwaladr Unviversity Health Board, has launched a monthly Radiotherapy open evening to give patients and families an opportunity to visit the Radiotherapy Unit at the North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre and to hear talks about radiotherapy treatment from health professionals and patient representatives.

    1st WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    5.00pm – 6.00pm, SEMINAR ROOM, RADIOTHERAPY UNIT, NORTH WALES CANCER TREATMENT CENTRE, GLAN CLWYD HOSPITAL

    5.00PM RADIOGRAPHER PRESENTATION & TENOVUS PRESENTATION

    5.15PM TALK FROM A DIETICIAN / PHYSIOTHERAPIST/ PATIENT REPRESENTATIVE
    (ON A ROTA BASIS) FOLLOWED BY Q&A SESSION

    5.30PM TEA / COFFEE/ REFRESHMENTS IN THE FOYER/ CAFÉ AREA
    CHOIR PERFORMING

    5.40PM TOUR OF RADIOTHERAPY UNIT

    5.55PM ROUND UP OF EVENING / FEEDBACK FORMS

    6.00PM END – CHOIR PERFORMING IN FOYER.

  • Thu
    06
    Oct
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Thu
    06
    Oct
    2016
    10:30 amYsbyty Gwynedd
  • Fri
    07
    Oct
    2016
    10:00 amWrexham Memorial Hall

    2016-10 HopeIf you have or have had a cancer diagnosis our free programme HOPE is taking place in Wrexham at Memorial Hall.

    The programme will run every Friday for six weeks, starting 7 October 2016 from 10am-12.30pm.

    Tea and coffee will be provided.

    Please note there is a week’s break on 28 October, so the programme completes on 21 November.

    Wrexham Memorial Hall
    Just off Chester Street
    Bodhyfryd
    Wrexham
    LL12 7AG

    Macmillan is offering HOPE to anyone living with a cancer diagnosis.

    HOPE focuses on topics such as smarter goal setting, priorities and values, living positively with the fear of recurrence, character strengths, managing stress, managing fatigue, body image and keeping a gratitude diary.

    For more information please contact the Learning and Development team in Wales on:
    Tel : 01656 867960
    Genette Webster: gwebster@macmillan.org.uk

  • Sat
    08
    Oct
    2016
    11:00 amSt David's Hospice, Llandudno

    2016-10-st-davids-open-daySt David’s Hospice is holding an Open Day on Saturday 8th October 11am – 2pm.

    This is your opportunity to take a look inside and find out more about how St David’s Hospice is supporting your community and a chance to ask any questions about the services.

    Come and learn more about the range of services we provide free of charge to adults with advanced illnesses and those in need of end of life care.

    Ask about volunteering and staffing opportunities.

    Café Dewi will be open for refreshments.

  • Sat
    08
    Oct
    2016
    7:30 pm

    2016-10 Tenus CayleyCeilidh (pronounced Caley) in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
    7:30 – 12am Saturday 8th October 2016.
    Llay Miners Welfare, Llay Wrexham LL12 0TH.
    Dress Code : Casual.

    Tickets: £12 per person for dance only. (also available on door)
    £18 per person to include Buffet (must be ordered and paid for in advance)

    Featuring “Canol Ceilidh Band”

    For more information and tickets please contact Barbara George on 01978 750370 or Kath Hart on 07837698384

    Help us raise funds to support people affected by breast cancer in Wales.

    Click on flyer to view in full size.

  • Sun
    09
    Oct
    2016
    4:30 pmChester

    2016-10 Walk With UsBack by popular demand, The Twilight Walk is returning to Chester on Sunday 9 October. If you can’t make it, there are still ways to get involved.

    You can unite with our community by walking any 10k route in your local area on 2, 9 or 16 October. Simply contact our events team to request an Own Walk pack including suggestions on planning your walk, training tips and a The Twilight Walk t-shirt.

    In 2015 The Twilight Walk raised an incredible £220,000 for vital research. This year we want to have a bigger and better impact than ever before and together, we can! We ask everyone doing The Twilight Walk to raise £100 and we’d love you to do the same on your Own Walk to help us stamp out brain tumours for good.

    Please contact our Events Team via thetwilightwalk@thebraintumourcharity.org or 01252 749043 to let us know that you're planning to join us on Your Own Walk and to request a walker pack.

  • Mon
    10
    Oct
    2016
    Online

    2016-10-talk-about-cancerWe want as many people as possible to feel confident talking about cancer, so we've taken the key elements of the Talk Cancer training and put together Cancer Research UK’s first MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) called Talking About Cancer.

    Join thousands of people worldwide and learn effective techniques for having conversations that can help save lives.

    The course tackles issues such as debunking cancer myths and overcoming barriers, whilst giving you the tips and tools to feel more confident talking about cancer. This might include how to talk to people about ways to reduce the risk of cancer and spotting cancer early.

    The course includes the key elements of the Talk Cancer training, and has been developed by our Cancer Awareness Trainers, drawing on their wealth of experience of talking to patients, families and healthcare professionals.

    The free, three-hour course starts on 10th October 2016 and you can learn at home at your own pace.

    It is hosted by the UK’s leading online learning platform, FutureLearn.

    You’ll receive more instructions when you sign up.

    Sign up now

  • Thu
    20
    Oct
    2016
    10:00 amBangor

    2016-09-motiv8Motiv8 invites you to
    SAVE THE DATE
    Thursday 20th October 2016
    10:00 – 16:00
    Canolfan Brailsford, Ffriddoedd Road, Bangor,
    LL57 2EH
    Come and join the fun

    The day is designed to raise awareness of the close links between physical health and mental wellbeing.
    It is hoped to encourage people to think about healthy eating, physical activity and exercise as a way of
    promoting better physical health, raising self esteem and improving mental health.

    The day will include pool, 5 aside football, jive, climbing as well as opportunities to access information from local support agencies and participate in workshops.

    http://motiv8northwestwales.org/

    For more information contact
    Sharon.Jamieson-Evans@wales.nhs.uk

  • Fri
    21
    Oct
    2016
    1:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd
  • Tue
    25
    Oct
    2016
    2:00 pmGwersyllt Community Centre
  • Tue
    01
    Nov
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    02
    Nov
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    02
    Nov
    2016
    5:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd

    Tenovus Cancer Care2016 04 - Radiotherapy OPen Evenings, in partnership with the Betsi Cadwaladr Unviversity Health Board, has launched a monthly Radiotherapy open evening to give patients and families an opportunity to visit the Radiotherapy Unit at the North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre and to hear talks about radiotherapy treatment from health professionals and patient representatives.

    1st WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    5.00pm – 6.00pm, SEMINAR ROOM, RADIOTHERAPY UNIT, NORTH WALES CANCER TREATMENT CENTRE, GLAN CLWYD HOSPITAL

    5.00PM RADIOGRAPHER PRESENTATION & TENOVUS PRESENTATION

    5.15PM TALK FROM A DIETICIAN / PHYSIOTHERAPIST/ PATIENT REPRESENTATIVE
    (ON A ROTA BASIS) FOLLOWED BY Q&A SESSION

    5.30PM TEA / COFFEE/ REFRESHMENTS IN THE FOYER/ CAFÉ AREA
    CHOIR PERFORMING

    5.40PM TOUR OF RADIOTHERAPY UNIT

    5.55PM ROUND UP OF EVENING / FEEDBACK FORMS

    6.00PM END – CHOIR PERFORMING IN FOYER.

  • Thu
    03
    Nov
    2016
    10:00 amHolywell

    moving_forward‘Moving Forward’ – free course for people who have had breast cancer treatment

    Breast Cancer Care and NHS Wales are working together to provide a programme of information and support for people who are moving forward after treatment for breast cancer.

    This free four-week course (one morning per week) examines some of the main issues that may affect you after a diagnosis of breast cancer and aims to provide information, support and professional guidance on how to cope with and adjust to life after treatment. Topics covered include: healthy eating, exercise, managing menopausal symptoms, lymphoedema, cancer fatigue, and adjusting and adapting after a diagnosis of breast cancer.

    For more information or to book your place please contact us

    0345 077 1893

    movingforward@breastcancercare.org.uk

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  • Thu
    03
    Nov
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Thu
    10
    Nov
    2016
    7:30 pmVenue Cymru, Llandudno

    2016-09-paulpottsAn Evening of Song starring Paul Potts and the Tenovus Cancer Care North Wales Sing with Us choirs

    Join us for An Evening of Song starring Paul Potts and the Tenovus Cancer Care North Wales Sing with Us choirs!

    Since his triumph in ITV's Britain’s Got Talent, Paul Potts has truly become a household name and now performs all over the world. His next stop is Venue Cymru and we hope you’ll come along and enjoy what is set to be a superb concert.

    Tenovus Cancer Care are thrilled to be joined by a huge musical star but also really proud that he'll be joined by our North Wales Sing with Us choirs for this special evening. Tenovus Cancer Care’s Sing with Us choirs help patients, survivors, carers and people who’ve lost loved ones, to cope with cancer. It's a way for them to find comfort, make friends and get the right support from their fellow choir members.

    We’re all set for a night of fantastic entertainment so get your tickets today and help support cancer patients and their families in North Wales!

    Tickets start at £23 and are available now on the Venue Cymru website.

  • Thu
    17
    Nov
    2016
    2:00 pmDolgellau

    2016-11-dolgellauWould you like to:

    Know more about Palliative Care Services in the area?
    Discuss the future for Telehealth in Mid Wales?
    Understand how Access & Transport to services affects us all in everyday life?

    If you answered “yes” to any of the above we welcome you to join us for informal and relaxed discussions. Come to share your views and see how these services can help you!

    For more information visit www.midwalescollaborative.wales.nhs.uk

  • Tue
    29
    Nov
    2016
    12:30 pmWrexham

    Wales Gene Park would like to invite you to our first ‘3G’ Public Genetics Conference in North Wales!

    Tuesday 29th November 2016, 12.30pm – 4pm

    The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham LL11 2AH

    The event is primarily aimed at members of the public over 50, but anyone is welcome! There will be a series of short talks on a range of interesting, genetics-related subjects throughout the day (you can join us for the whole event or drop in for any of the talks! There will be a 5 minute break between talks to drop-in or out), along with some stands for visitors to enjoy.

    Lunch and refreshments will be provided

    The event is free to attend but booking is required via Eventbrite: http://ow.ly/kNX3304UK8K

    For any enquiries, please email walesgenepark@Cardiff.ac.uk or phone 02920 746 940.

  • Thu
    01
    Dec
    2016
    10:00 amLlandrillo College
  • Tue
    06
    Dec
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    07
    Dec
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    07
    Dec
    2016
    5:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd

    Tenovus Cancer Care2016 04 - Radiotherapy OPen Evenings, in partnership with the Betsi Cadwaladr Unviversity Health Board, has launched a monthly Radiotherapy open evening to give patients and families an opportunity to visit the Radiotherapy Unit at the North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre and to hear talks about radiotherapy treatment from health professionals and patient representatives.

    1st WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    5.00pm – 6.00pm, SEMINAR ROOM, RADIOTHERAPY UNIT, NORTH WALES CANCER TREATMENT CENTRE, GLAN CLWYD HOSPITAL

    5.00PM RADIOGRAPHER PRESENTATION & TENOVUS PRESENTATION

    5.15PM TALK FROM A DIETICIAN / PHYSIOTHERAPIST/ PATIENT REPRESENTATIVE
    (ON A ROTA BASIS) FOLLOWED BY Q&A SESSION

    5.30PM TEA / COFFEE/ REFRESHMENTS IN THE FOYER/ CAFÉ AREA
    CHOIR PERFORMING

    5.40PM TOUR OF RADIOTHERAPY UNIT

    5.55PM ROUND UP OF EVENING / FEEDBACK FORMS

    6.00PM END – CHOIR PERFORMING IN FOYER.

  • Thu
    08
    Dec
    2016
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Tue
    03
    Jan
    2017
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    04
    Jan
    2017
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Thu
    05
    Jan
    2017
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Thu
    19
    Jan
    2017
    10:30 amYsbyty Gwynedd

  • Thu
    26
    Jan
    2017
    10:00 amCorwen

    WANT HELP WITH YOUR ENERGY BILLS?

    Macmillan North Wales Libraries Information, Health and Well-being Service have worked with NEST Cymru to arrange a series of drop-in sessions in the project Libraries to give advice and support for individual and families regarding saving energy costs. It is related to the Macmillan booklet on ‘Managing Your Energy Costs’. The sessions are free and available to all.

    The dates of the sessions in the Libraries are as follows -

    • Dolgellau Library–17/2/17 , 10.00am - 2.00pm
    • Corwen 9/3/17 , 10.00am – 1.00pm
    • Blaenau Ffestiniog Library -13/3/17, 10.00am – 1.00pm
    • Porthmadog Library - 16/2/17, 10.00am - 1.00pm
    • Tywyn Library - 21/3/17, 10.00am – 1.00pm, 2.00pm - 4.00pm

    For further information contact the Macmillan Libraries Information, Health and Wellbeing Coordinators :
    Teleri Rowlands: 0792 053 7405 or Eirlys Jones on 0787 644 8447

  • Fri
    27
    Jan
    2017
    1:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd

  • Tue
    31
    Jan
    2017
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Tue
    31
    Jan
    2017
    2:00 pmGwersyllt Community Centre

  • Wed
    01
    Feb
    2017
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Wed
    01
    Feb
    2017
    2:00 pmBlaenau Ffestiniog Library

  • Thu
    02
    Feb
    2017
    10:00 am

    manvanThe ManVan is operated by Tenovus Cancer Care along with Prostate Cancer UK with funding from the Movember Foundation and travels to communities across Wales to support men living with, and affected by, prostate and testicular cancer.

    The ManVan visits hospitals and clinics in every Health Board in Wales, so please call our free cancer Support Line (0808 808 1010) to find out more about getting on board to speak to our specialist team.

    As well as this, the ManVan will be attending events and open days in communities around the country. Unless otherwise stated, we'll be at the locations below between 10am - 4pm, so why not come and see us! Pop along for a cuppa, have a chat with our staff and check out the ManVan.

  • Tue
    07
    Feb
    2017
    10:00 amMemorial Hall in Bodhyfyd, Wrexham

    If you have or have had a cancer diagnosis our free programme HOPE is taking place in Wrexham at the Memorial Hall in Bodhyfyd.

    The programme will run on Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 February 2017 from 10am – 4.15pm each day.

    There will be a follow-up day on Wednesday 22 March from 11am – 3pm.

    Tea and coffee and a light lunch will be provided on each day.

    The Memorial Hall
    (Just off Chester Street)
    Bodhyfryd
    Wrexham
    LL12 7AG

    Macmillan is offering HOPE to anyone living with a cancer diagnosis.

    HOPE focuses on topics such as smarter goal setting, priorities and values, living positively with the fear of recurrence, character strengths, physical activity, managing stress, managing fatigue, body image and gratitude diary.

    For more information please contact the Learning and Development team in Wales on: 01656 867960
    Email: waleslearning@macmillan.org.uk or Genette Webster: gwebster@macmillan.org.uk

  • Tue
    07
    Feb
    2017
    10:30 amSt Asaph

    Invitation

    Anyone can have a fall, but falls are not an inevitable part of growing old. There are many adaptation and services available to help prevent older people from falling. Come along to our drop-in to find out what’s available over a cuppa: have a go at some of our strength and balance exercises; have a foot pamper session find out how to prevent slips, trips and falls.

    Prevention is better than cure -don’t be like Jack or Jill!

    Tuesday 7th February 2017 from 10.30am – 2pm
    Conwy & Denbighshire Care and Repair
    Unit 10/11 St Asaph Business Park
    Ffordd Richard Davies
    St Asaph LL17 0LJ

    RSVP: events@careandrepair.org.uk

  • Thu
    16
    Feb
    2017
    10:00 amPorthmadog Library

    WANT HELP WITH YOUR ENERGY BILLS?

    Macmillan North Wales Libraries Information, Health and Well-being Service have worked with NEST Cymru to arrange a series of drop-in sessions in the project Libraries to give advice and support for individual and families regarding saving energy costs. It is related to the Macmillan booklet on ‘Managing Your Energy Costs’. The sessions are free and available to all.

    The dates of the sessions in the Libraries are as follows -

    • Dolgellau Library–17/2/17 , 10.00am - 2.00pm
    • Corwen 9/3/17 , 10.00am – 1.00pm
    • Blaenau Ffestiniog Library -13/3/17, 10.00am – 1.00pm
    • Porthmadog Library - 16/2/17, 10.00am - 1.00pm
    • Tywyn Library - 21/3/17, 10.00am – 1.00pm, 2.00pm - 4.00pm

    For further information contact the Macmillan Libraries Information, Health and Wellbeing Coordinators :
    Teleri Rowlands: 0792 053 7405 or Eirlys Jones on 0787 644 8447

  • Thu
    16
    Feb
    2017
    10:30 amLlandrillo College

  • Fri
    17
    Feb
    2017
    10:00 amDolgellau Library

    WANT HELP WITH YOUR ENERGY BILLS?

    Macmillan North Wales Libraries Information, Health and Well-being Service have worked with NEST Cymru to arrange a series of drop-in sessions in the project Libraries to give advice and support for individual and families regarding saving energy costs. It is related to the Macmillan booklet on ‘Managing Your Energy Costs’. The sessions are free and available to all.

    The dates of the sessions in the Libraries are as follows -

    • Dolgellau Library–17/2/17 , 10.00am - 2.00pm
    • Corwen 9/3/17 , 10.00am – 1.00pm
    • Blaenau Ffestiniog Library -13/3/17, 10.00am – 1.00pm
    • Porthmadog Library - 16/2/17, 10.00am - 1.00pm
    • Tywyn Library - 21/3/17, 10.00am – 1.00pm, 2.00pm - 4.00pm

    For further information contact the Macmillan Libraries Information, Health and Wellbeing Coordinators :
    Teleri Rowlands: 0792 053 7405 or Eirlys Jones on 0787 644 8447

  • Tue
    28
    Feb
    2017
    2:00 pmOriel House Hotel, St Asaph
  • Tue
    28
    Feb
    2017
    2:00 pmDolgellau Library

    Macmillan Cancer Support, in partnership with Gwynedd County Council, is holding a free aromatherapy taster session in Dolgellau Library.

    Everyone is welcome.

  • Mon
    06
    Mar
    2017
    10:00 amTy Menai, Parc Menai, Bangor

    For more information and to register: 0345 077 1893
    or ask your breast clinical nurse specialist

    Struggling to get back to ‘normal’ after treatment for breast cancer? Adapting to life after treatment can often be difficult and you might need some support in adjusting.

    Whether you are experiencing side effects of treatment, wondering how to adopt a healthier lifestyle or finding it hard to make sense of your breast cancer experience, our Moving Forward courses are here for you.

    Run in partnership with NHS hospitals, the course usually takes place over half a day for three or four weeks. Delivered by a range of expert speakers, it aims to provide information, support and professional guidance on how to cope with and adjust to life after breast cancer treatment. Topics covered may include: healthy eating, exercise, managing menopausal symptoms, lymphoedema, cancer fatigue, and intimacy and relationships.

    The course is open to people who have had a primary breast cancer diagnosis and have finished their hospital-based treatment. We ask that you are free to attend every week of the course.

    “I found the course very informative and reassuring. It helped to know how others deal with similar problems. Thank you to Breast Cancer Care and all the people who have helped us on the course.”

    To see if this course is right for you, please talk to your breast clinical nurse specialist or contact Breast Cancer Care on 0345 077 1893.

  • Thu
    09
    Mar
    2017
    10:00 amBangor Business School

    If you have or have had a cancer diagnosis our free programme HOPE is taking place in Bangor at Bangor Business School.

    The programme will run on Thursday 9 and Friday 10 March 2017 from 10am – 4.15pm each day.

    There will be a follow-up day on Wednesday 26 April from 11am – 3pm.

    Tea and coffee and a light lunch will be provided on each day.

    The Management Centre
    Bangor Business School
    College Road
    Bangor
    LL57 2DG

    Macmillan is offering HOPE to anyone living with a cancer diagnosis.

    HOPE focuses on topics such as smarter goal setting, priorities and values, living positively with the fear of recurrence, character strengths, physical activity, managing stress, managing fatigue, body image and gratitude diary.

    For more information please contact the Learning and Development team in Wales on: 01656 867960
    Email: waleslearning@macmillan.org.uk or Genette Webster: gwebster@macmillan.org.uk

  • Mon
    13
    Mar
    2017
    10:00 amBlaenau Ffestiniog Library

    WANT HELP WITH YOUR ENERGY BILLS?

    Macmillan North Wales Libraries Information, Health and Well-being Service have worked with NEST Cymru to arrange a series of drop-in sessions in the project Libraries to give advice and support for individual and families regarding saving energy costs. It is related to the Macmillan booklet on ‘Managing Your Energy Costs’. The sessions are free and available to all.

    The dates of the sessions in the Libraries are as follows -

    • Dolgellau Library–17/2/17 , 10.00am - 2.00pm
    • Corwen 9/3/17 , 10.00am – 1.00pm
    • Blaenau Ffestiniog Library -13/3/17, 10.00am – 1.00pm
    • Porthmadog Library - 16/2/17, 10.00am - 1.00pm
    • Tywyn Library - 21/3/17, 10.00am – 1.00pm, 2.00pm - 4.00pm

    For further information contact the Macmillan Libraries Information, Health and Wellbeing Coordinators :
    Teleri Rowlands: 0792 053 7405 or Eirlys Jones on 0787 644 8447

  • Thu
    16
    Mar
    2017
    10:30 amYsbyty Gwynedd

  • Tue
    21
    Mar
    2017
    10:00 amTywyn Library

    WANT HELP WITH YOUR ENERGY BILLS?

    Macmillan North Wales Libraries Information, Health and Well-being Service have worked with NEST Cymru to arrange a series of drop-in sessions in the project Libraries to give advice and support for individual and families regarding saving energy costs. It is related to the Macmillan booklet on ‘Managing Your Energy Costs’. The sessions are free and available to all.

    The dates of the sessions in the Libraries are as follows -

    • Dolgellau Library–17/2/17 , 10.00am - 2.00pm
    • Corwen 9/3/17 , 10.00am – 1.00pm
    • Blaenau Ffestiniog Library -13/3/17, 10.00am – 1.00pm
    • Porthmadog Library - 16/2/17, 10.00am - 1.00pm
    • Tywyn Library - 21/3/17, 10.00am – 1.00pm, 2.00pm - 4.00pm

    For further information contact the Macmillan Libraries Information, Health and Wellbeing Coordinators :
    Teleri Rowlands: 0792 053 7405 or Eirlys Jones on 0787 644 8447

  • Fri
    24
    Mar
    2017
    1:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd

  • Tue
    28
    Mar
    2017
    2:00 pmGwersyllt Community Centre

  • Fri
    07
    Apr
    2017
    10:00 amPorthmadog Library

    WANT HELP WITH YOUR ENERGY BILLS?

    The Welsh Government’s Nest and Resource Efficient Wales schemes are here to help you keep warm and save money on your energy bills.

    The schemes are open to all householders in Wales and provide advice on saving energy, money management, energy tariffs, and benefit entitlement.

    Representatives from both schemes will be present at this free drop-in advice surgery.

  • Mon
    24
    Apr
    2017
    10:00 amUpper Colwyn Bay, Bryn Cadno Resource Centre

  • Mon
    24
    Apr
    2017
    6:00 pmThe Beaches Hotel, Prestatyn

    Supporting women of all ages manage the visible side effects of cancer treatment

    Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) is the only international cancer support charity, providing practical and very effective free services for women and teenagers suffering from the visible side effects from cancer treatment. LGFB is dedicated to improving the wellbeing and self-confidence of people undergoing treatment for any type of cancer.

    LGFB Masterclasses bring groups of women together in a relaxing & uplifting environment to teach them skincare and make-up skills to help combat the visible side effects of treatment. Our aim in introducing the LGFB Masterclass has been to give the charity far greater flexibility on when and where classes take place.

    The free two hour LGFB Masterclass follows a set skincare and make-up programme and is open to women who have been affected by all types of cancer. Women attending are asked to bring their own kit of cosmetic products. LGFB will provide core skincare items and a comprehensive guide of what participants need to bring to a class will be provided well in advance. LGFB’s volunteer beauty professionals not only provide tips on skincare and make-up techniques, but will be very happy to give guidance on make-up taken to the class, advising what products and colours work best.

    For more information or to book a place, please contact:
    Rebecca Morgan
    01745 798 747

  • Wed
    26
    Apr
    2017
    The Beaches Hotel, Prestatyn

    Have you been affected by cancer?

    Would you like to find out more about how you can help yourself to manage your condition and feel more in control of your health and wellbeing?

    Macmillan Cancer Support, in partnership with cancer services in North Wales, is launching a new series of Health and Well-Being Events, offering information and support. They are free and anyone affected by cancer will be very welcome.

    Events will offer information and support on:

    • Diet, physical activity and lifestyle
    • The possible long-term effects of treatment
    • Fatigue management and emotional support
    • Benefits and financial advice
    • Access to local support in your area

    There will be an opportunity to speak to professionals and meet others who may have had a similar experience.

    You are welcome to come with a family member or friend.

    Refreshments will be provided.

    To book your place or for more information:

    Tel : 01745 445 214
    email: BCU.healthandwellbeing@wales.nhs.uk

  • Thu
    04
    May
    2017
    10:00 amRhyl - Location to be confirmed

    For more information and to register: 0345 077 1893
    or ask your breast clinical nurse specialist

    Struggling to get back to ‘normal’ after treatment for breast cancer? Adapting to life after treatment can often be difficult and you might need some support in adjusting.

    Whether you are experiencing side effects of treatment, wondering how to adopt a healthier lifestyle or finding it hard to make sense of your breast cancer experience, our Moving Forward courses are here for you.

    Run in partnership with NHS hospitals, the course usually takes place over half a day for three or four weeks. Delivered by a range of expert speakers, it aims to provide information, support and professional guidance on how to cope with and adjust to life after breast cancer treatment. Topics covered may include: healthy eating, exercise, managing menopausal symptoms, lymphoedema, cancer fatigue, and intimacy and relationships.

    The course is open to people who have had a primary breast cancer diagnosis and have finished their hospital-based treatment. We ask that you are free to attend every week of the course.

    “I found the course very informative and reassuring. It helped to know how others deal with similar problems. Thank you to Breast Cancer Care and all the people who have helped us on the course.”

    To see if this course is right for you, please talk to your breast clinical nurse specialist or contact Breast Cancer Care on 0345 077 1893.

  • Thu
    11
    May
    2017
    10:30 amLlandrillo College

  • Wed
    24
    May
    2017
    Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold

    Have you been affected by cancer?

    Would you like to find out more about how you can help yourself to manage your condition and feel more in control of your health and wellbeing?

    Macmillan Cancer Support, in partnership with cancer services in North Wales, is launching a new series of Health and Well-Being Events, offering information and support. They are free and anyone affected by cancer will be very welcome.

    Events will offer information and support on:

    • Diet, physical activity and lifestyle
    • The possible long-term effects of treatment
    • Fatigue management and emotional support
    • Benefits and financial advice
    • Access to local support in your area

    There will be an opportunity to speak to professionals and meet others who may have had a similar experience.

    You are welcome to come with a family member or friend.

    Refreshments will be provided.

    To book your place or for more information:

    Tel : 01745 445 214
    email: BCU.healthandwellbeing@wales.nhs.uk

  • Mon
    29
    May
    2017
    11:30 amRhuddlan Castle

    Come along and watch Rhuddlan’s 1st
    “Supreme it’s A Knockout”
    Giant inflatables
    Bank Holiday Monday 29th May 2017
    “Morfa Lodge Farm”
    Abergele Road - Rhuddlan.
    Opposite HTM Industrial Estate
    Gates open at 11.30am-4.30pm.
    Opening Ceremony starts 12.30
    Starring “Aurora”
    Dawn Beth & Alan Hesford
    Raffle In Aid of Breast Cancer Care Cymru
    Free entry by pre booked tickets only.
    Guarantee your free parking space by booking early.
    To obtain your entrance ticket and free parking
    Contact Brenda Taylor on 01745 591670
    Email brendamtaylor@btinternet.com
    Tickets must be collected from Rhuddlan or send an SAE. 22 Kerfoot Ave, LL182UR.
    You are welcome to bring a picnic and a chair.
    Enjoy a free family “Fun Day”


    Register your team now for Rhuddlan’s
    “The Supreme It’s A Knockout”
    Giant inflatables
    Free to enter and no sponsorship forms. Each team needs 10 participants.
    Teams can be mixed, female or male.
    Bank Holiday Monday 29th May 2017
    12.30 – 4.30pm.
    “Morfa Lodge Farm”
    Abergele Road - Rhuddlan.
    Opposite HTM Industrial Estate
    Gates open at 11.30am.
    Opening Ceremony 12.30
    Starring “Aurora”
    Dawn Beth & Alan Hesford
    Big Raffle In Aid of Breast Cancer Care Cymru
    For further Information Please
    Contact Brenda Taylor on 01745 591670
    22, Kerfoot Avenue, Rhuddlan LL182UR.
    Or Email brendamtaylor@btinternet.com

  • Thu
    01
    Jun
    2017
    10:30 amYsbyty Gwynedd

  • Mon
    05
    Jun
    2017
    2:00 pmLlyfrgell Llanrwst Library

    PLANNU A PHANED GARDENING FOR ALL

    • Come and plant flowers
    • Cyfle i blannu blodau

    Llyfrgell LLANRWST Library
    Dydd Llun Mehefin 5ed Monday June 5th 2:00—4:00yp/pm

  • Tue
    06
    Jun
    2017
    10:30 amTywyn Library

    LLIWIO I YMLACIO
    COLOUR IN AND CHILL OUT
    10.30—11.30
    Dydd Mawrth /Tuesday 6.6.17

    LLYFRGELL TYWYN LIBRARY

    ...gyda phaned
    ...with tea or coffee

    Dewch i roi tro arni/Give it a go

  • Tue
    06
    Jun
    2017
    2:30 pmCorwen Library

    LEARN TO RELAX ....

    Aromatherapy taster session
    Tuesday 6/6/17 2:30 - 4:30

    FREE
    All welcome
    For more informa on Contact: 07920097920

  • Wed
    07
    Jun
    2017
    1:00 pmChirk Castle

    1.00pm, Chirk Castle, Car Park, Wrexham, LL14 5AF

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions. This walk will include a mindfulness session with Nick Howarth.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Thu
    08
    Jun
    2017
    9:30 amLlyfrgell Corwen Library

    Cerdded er Llês /Walk for Wellness
    Dydd Iau Mehefin 8fed
    Thursday June 8th
    9.30 - 11.00
    yn dechrau a gorffen yn / starting and finishing at :
    Llyfrgell Corwen Library Gyda phaned / with tea or coffee
    Agored i bawb / Open to all Contact 07920097920

  • Fri
    09
    Jun
    2017
    2:00 pmLlyfrgell Tywyn Library


    LEARN TO RELAX ....

    Aromatherapi ac ymlacio Aromatherapy and relaxation
    Llyfrgell TYWYN Library Dydd Gwener / Friday
    9/6/17 2:00 - 4:00

    AM DDIM / FREE
    Agored i bawb/ All welcome
    Galwch draw neu Cysylltwch / For more informa on Contact: 07920097920

  • Sat
    10
    Jun
    2017
    7:30 pmSt David's Church, Penrhyn Bay

    Rydal Penrhos’ Community Choir are teaming up with Wales’ leading Cancer charity for a special fundraising event.

    The choir, which is comprised of parents, staff members and friends of the school, will be holding a Summer Concert in association with Tenovus Cancer Care at St David’s Church in Penrhyn Bay on Saturday, June 10.

    There will be a host of performances throughout the event, with the charity’s Llandudno Sing With Us Choir also scheduled to appear.

    It is set to start at 7.30pm and admission is free, although donations will be welcome and will go towards Tenovus, who offer support, advice and treatment to cancer patients and their loved ones, promote healthy lifestyles and fund cancer research to find new ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat the disease.

    This is the latest in a long line of events that the community choir perform at throughout the year, with their recent appearance at Creative Rhos drawing widespread praise from those who attended.

    Director of Music Pete Williams, said: “This promises to be a fantastic concert and I would urge as many people as possible to attend and show their support for what is a very worthwhile cause.

    “Our Community Choir do so much good for various causes in the region and for Rydal Penrhos itself, and there is no more deserving charity than Tenovus Cancer Care.”

  • Tue
    13
    Jun
    2017
    2:00 pmGwersyllt Community Centre

  • Wed
    14
    Jun
    2017
    1:00 pmNant Mill, Wrexham

    1.00pm, Nant Mill Car Park, Wrexham, LL11 3BT

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Fri
    16
    Jun
    2017
    1:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd

  • Sat
    17
    Jun
    2017
    1:00 pmTreborth Athletics Track

    The 2017 event begins at 1pm 17th June, and finishes at 10am 18th June.

    Gwynedd and Anglesey Relay For Life is arranged by a dedicated committee of individuals that are very aware of how important Cancer Research UK's work is. In 2016 the event raised over £70,000!

    Cancer does not rest, and so for 21 hours we won't either!

    Relay for Life is an inspirational overnight event that honours cancer survivors and celebrates life.

    Join with your friends, family or co-workers to raise money in your locality.

    Relay For Life is a wonderful opportunity for you to join others to help beat cancer. All you need to do is gather together a team and raise money, with no worries about age or fitness!

    Ideas for fundraising include coffee mornings, karaoke, on-line fundraising - the money you raise for Cancer Research Uk will make a big difference.

    Take part in the Relay For Life to help beat cancer - Click here to sign up!

    Relay Stories

    Stories from fundraisers, explaining why they Relay and fundraise for CRUK
    click here

  • Tue
    20
    Jun
    2017
    10:30 amDolgellau Library

    LLIWIO I YMLACIO
    COLOUR IN AND CHILL OUT
    10.30—11.30
    Dydd Mawrth /Tuesday 6.6.17

    DOLGELLAU LIBRARY

    ...gyda phaned
    ...with tea or coffee

    Dewch i roi tro arni/Give it a go

  • Wed
    21
    Jun
    2017
    Plas Menai, Caernarfon

    Have you been affected by cancer?

    Would you like to find out more about how you can help yourself to manage your condition and feel more in control of your health and wellbeing?

    Macmillan Cancer Support, in partnership with cancer services in North Wales, is launching a new series of Health and Well-Being Events, offering information and support. They are free and anyone affected by cancer will be very welcome.

    Events will offer information and support on:

    • Diet, physical activity and lifestyle
    • The possible long-term effects of treatment
    • Fatigue management and emotional support
    • Benefits and financial advice
    • Access to local support in your area

    There will be an opportunity to speak to professionals and meet others who may have had a similar experience.

    You are welcome to come with a family member or friend.

    Refreshments will be provided.

    To book your place or for more information:

    Tel : 01745 445 214
    email: BCU.healthandwellbeing@wales.nhs.uk

  • Wed
    21
    Jun
    2017
    1:30 pmNant Mill, Wrexham

    1.00pm, Nant Mill Car Park, Wrexham, LL11 3BT

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Sat
    24
    Jun
    2017
    Llanberis

    Part of Snowdon Rocks, Saturday 24th June, 2017

    DO YOU HAVE FRIENDS OR FAMILY WHO ARE LIVING WITH CANCER OR HAVE BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH DEMENTIA?

    Thanks to the fantastic Rotary members in North Wales, they and a family member or friend can take the impressive Snowdon Mountain Railway to the top of Snowdon free of charge.

    As part of the snowdon rocks celebrations on 24th June the rotary have chartered a train so people living with cancer or families affected by cancer that are unable to take part in the hike can also enjoy this momentous day.

    Billed as a ‘Day with a Difference’, some of the snowdon rocks train passengers last year described the event as ‘the most special day’ and ‘a day we will cherish forever’.

    There’ll be a warm welcome, music and a snack, and an enchanting train journey. most importantly, the passengers have an opportunity to experience something exceptional with someone dear to them.

    For more information and to book places on the trains, please go to: www.byyoursideappeal.org or contact the Awyr Las Support Team on 01248 384395 or at byyourside@wales.nhs.uk

  • Sat
    24
    Jun
    2017
    10:45 amElectric Mountain Visitor Centre

    Snowdon Rocks Registration Fee: £20 per day for those aged 12 and over / under 12s free. The full registration fee will support people with cancer and their families.

    If you are participating in other sections of the By Your Side Walk, these must be booked separately.

    All walkers are asked to raise as much money as possible. All walkers will be given a complementary ‘By Your Side’ campaign snood. Walkers who raise over £500 will be given a special edition ‘By Your Side’ t-shirt. Those that raise over £1,000 will be given a complementary ‘By Your Side’ campaign jacket.

    Complementary passes for the Snowdon Rocks Music Festival
    Please note that if you plan to raise over £150 in sponsorship through Snowdon Rocks then we’d like to offer you a complementary ticket for the two day By Your Side Festival. Please contact byyourside@wales.nhs.uk and we will put you on the guest list.

  • Mon
    26
    Jun
    2017
    10:00 amActon Community Resource Centre, Acton, Wrexham

    For more information and to register: 0345 077 1893
    or ask your breast clinical nurse specialist

    Struggling to get back to ‘normal’ after treatment for breast cancer? Adapting to life after treatment can often be difficult and you might need some support in adjusting.

    Whether you are experiencing side effects of treatment, wondering how to adopt a healthier lifestyle or finding it hard to make sense of your breast cancer experience, our Moving Forward courses are here for you.

    Run in partnership with NHS hospitals, the course usually takes place over half a day for three or four weeks. Delivered by a range of expert speakers, it aims to provide information, support and professional guidance on how to cope with and adjust to life after breast cancer treatment. Topics covered may include: healthy eating, exercise, managing menopausal symptoms, lymphoedema, cancer fatigue, and intimacy and relationships.

    The course is open to people who have had a primary breast cancer diagnosis and have finished their hospital-based treatment. We ask that you are free to attend every week of the course.

    “I found the course very informative and reassuring. It helped to know how others deal with similar problems. Thank you to Breast Cancer Care and all the people who have helped us on the course.”

    To see if this course is right for you, please talk to your breast clinical nurse specialist or contact Breast Cancer Care on 0345 077 1893.

  • Mon
    26
    Jun
    2017
    10:30 amTywyn Library

    Come and help us create a community herb garden.

  • Wed
    28
    Jun
    2017
    10:00 amUpper Colwyn Bay, Bryn Cadno Resource Centre

  • Wed
    28
    Jun
    2017
    1:00 pmTy Mawr Country Park, Wrexham

    1.00pm, Nant Mill Car Park, Wrexham, LL11 3BT

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Wed
    28
    Jun
    2017
    2:00 pmRossett, Wrexham

    June 28th – Re-launch of North Wales Upper Gastrointestinal Cancer Support Group

    2-4pm, Rosset Hall Hotel, Chester Road, Rossett, Wrexham, LL12 ODE

    Special guest speaker - Damian Heron, NHS Wales Cancer Services

    GUTSY is a support group for people diagnosed with or recovering from oesophageal and gastric cancers. We also campaign for a better awareness for the signs and symptoms of the disease

    GUTSY is run by patients to provide support and information primarily for patients undergoing surgical treatment, radiotherapy or chemotherapy for these cancers. Our aim is to share our experiences with anyone visiting our website or attending our meetings.

    For more information about the re-launch event on June 28th :

    GUTSY phone support: Freephone 0800 707 6907

    www.gutsy-group.org.uk

  • Sat
    01
    Jul
    2017
    10:30 amPorthmadog

  • Wed
    05
    Jul
    2017
    2:00 pmOriel House Hotel, St Asaph

  • Wed
    16
    Aug
    2017
    1:00 pmTy Mawr Country Park, Wrexham

    1.00pm, Trevor Basin Visitor Centre carpark LL20 7TY

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Wed
    23
    Aug
    2017
    1:00 pmTy Mawr Country Park, Wrexham

    1.00pm, Maes y Pant, Gresford carpark LL12 8HU

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Wed
    30
    Aug
    2017
    1:00 pmTy Mawr Country Park, Wrexham

    1.00pm, Alyn Waters Country Park, Llay side LL11 4DF

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Wed
    06
    Sep
    2017
    1:00 pmTy Mawr Country Park, Wrexham

    1.00pm, Ty Mawr Country Park Main carpark LL14 3PE

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Wed
    13
    Sep
    2017
    1:00 pmTy Mawr Country Park, Wrexham

    1.00pm, Erddig, Felin Puleston carpark LL13 7RF

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Wed
    20
    Sep
    2017
    1:00 pmTy Mawr Country Park, Wrexham

    1.00pm, Chirk Castle carpark LL14 5AF

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Wed
    27
    Sep
    2017
    The Beaches Hotel, Prestatyn

    Have you been affected by cancer?

    Would you like to find out more about how you can help yourself to manage your condition and feel more in control of your health and wellbeing?

    Macmillan Cancer Support, in partnership with cancer services in North Wales, is launching a new series of Health and Well-Being Events, offering information and support. They are free and anyone affected by cancer will be very welcome.

    Events will offer information and support on:

    • Diet, physical activity and lifestyle
    • The possible long-term effects of treatment
    • Fatigue management and emotional support
    • Benefits and financial advice
    • Access to local support in your area

    There will be an opportunity to speak to professionals and meet others who may have had a similar experience.

    You are welcome to come with a family member or friend.

    Refreshments will be provided.

    To book your place or for more information:

    Tel : 01745 445 214
    email: BCU.healthandwellbeing@wales.nhs.uk

  • Wed
    27
    Sep
    2017
    1:00 pmTy Mawr Country Park, Wrexham

    1.00pm, Alyn Waters Country Park, Cafe side LL11 4AG

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Mon
    02
    Oct
    2017
    10:00 amTy Menai, Parc Menai, Bangor

    For more information and to register: 0345 077 1893
    or ask your breast clinical nurse specialist

    Struggling to get back to ‘normal’ after treatment for breast cancer? Adapting to life after treatment can often be difficult and you might need some support in adjusting.

    Whether you are experiencing side effects of treatment, wondering how to adopt a healthier lifestyle or finding it hard to make sense of your breast cancer experience, our Moving Forward courses are here for you.

    Run in partnership with NHS hospitals, the course usually takes place over half a day for three or four weeks. Delivered by a range of expert speakers, it aims to provide information, support and professional guidance on how to cope with and adjust to life after breast cancer treatment. Topics covered may include: healthy eating, exercise, managing menopausal symptoms, lymphoedema, cancer fatigue, and intimacy and relationships.

    The course is open to people who have had a primary breast cancer diagnosis and have finished their hospital-based treatment. We ask that you are free to attend every week of the course.

    “I found the course very informative and reassuring. It helped to know how others deal with similar problems. Thank you to Breast Cancer Care and all the people who have helped us on the course.”

    To see if this course is right for you, please talk to your breast clinical nurse specialist or contact Breast Cancer Care on 0345 077 1893.

  • Tue
    24
    Oct
    2017
    10:00 amUpper Colwyn Bay, Bryn Cadno Resource Centre

  • Wed
    25
    Oct
    2017
    The Ramada, Wrexham

    Have you been affected by cancer?

    Would you like to find out more about how you can help yourself to manage your condition and feel more in control of your health and wellbeing?

    Macmillan Cancer Support, in partnership with cancer services in North Wales, is launching a new series of Health and Well-Being Events, offering information and support. They are free and anyone affected by cancer will be very welcome.

    Events will offer information and support on:

    • Diet, physical activity and lifestyle
    • The possible long-term effects of treatment
    • Fatigue management and emotional support
    • Benefits and financial advice
    • Access to local support in your area

    There will be an opportunity to speak to professionals and meet others who may have had a similar experience.

    You are welcome to come with a family member or friend.

    Refreshments will be provided.

    To book your place or for more information:

    Tel : 01745 445 214
    email: BCU.healthandwellbeing@wales.nhs.uk

  • Thu
    26
    Oct
    2017
    10:30 amColeg Llandrillo Menai
  • Thu
    09
    Nov
    2017
    10:00 amRhyl - Location to be confirmed

    For more information and to register: 0345 077 1893
    or ask your breast clinical nurse specialist

    Struggling to get back to ‘normal’ after treatment for breast cancer? Adapting to life after treatment can often be difficult and you might need some support in adjusting.

    Whether you are experiencing side effects of treatment, wondering how to adopt a healthier lifestyle or finding it hard to make sense of your breast cancer experience, our Moving Forward courses are here for you.

    Run in partnership with NHS hospitals, the course usually takes place over half a day for three or four weeks. Delivered by a range of expert speakers, it aims to provide information, support and professional guidance on how to cope with and adjust to life after breast cancer treatment. Topics covered may include: healthy eating, exercise, managing menopausal symptoms, lymphoedema, cancer fatigue, and intimacy and relationships.

    The course is open to people who have had a primary breast cancer diagnosis and have finished their hospital-based treatment. We ask that you are free to attend every week of the course.

    “I found the course very informative and reassuring. It helped to know how others deal with similar problems. Thank you to Breast Cancer Care and all the people who have helped us on the course.”

    To see if this course is right for you, please talk to your breast clinical nurse specialist or contact Breast Cancer Care on 0345 077 1893.

  • Wed
    15
    Nov
    2017
    Plas Menai, Caernarfon

    Have you been affected by cancer?

    Would you like to find out more about how you can help yourself to manage your condition and feel more in control of your health and wellbeing?

    Macmillan Cancer Support, in partnership with cancer services in North Wales, is launching a new series of Health and Well-Being Events, offering information and support. They are free and anyone affected by cancer will be very welcome.

    Events will offer information and support on:

    • Diet, physical activity and lifestyle
    • The possible long-term effects of treatment
    • Fatigue management and emotional support
    • Benefits and financial advice
    • Access to local support in your area

    There will be an opportunity to speak to professionals and meet others who may have had a similar experience.

    You are welcome to come with a family member or friend.

    Refreshments will be provided.

    To book your place or for more information:

    Tel : 01745 445 214
    email: BCU.healthandwellbeing@wales.nhs.uk

  • Mon
    27
    Nov
    2017
    5:30 pmWrexham

    Macmillan Cancer Support: event to discuss results of national cancer patient experience survey

    Macmillan Cancer Support is holding a North Wales’ event to discuss the results of the recent Wales Cancer Patient Experience Survey with people affected by cancer. This is open to anyone who is interested in our local cancer services.

    27th November 2017, 5.30pm - 7.30pm

    Brymbo Sports and Social Club, College Hill, Wrexham, LL11 5TF

    To reserve a place, please email: adminteamwales@macmillan.org.uk
    or phone: 01656 867 960

  • Sat
    02
    Dec
    2017
    11:00 amVenue Cymru, Llandudno

    St David's Hospice invite you to their Christmas Fair:

    Saturday 2nd December 2017, 11am - 3pm

    Venue Cymru, Llandudno, LL30 1BB

    The event offers a Santa's grotto for children, refreshments, crafts, gifts and much more

    For more information please call the fund raising office

    01492 873 674

  • Mon
    04
    Dec
    2017
    10:00 amPorthmadog Library

  • Mon
    04
    Dec
    2017
    10:30 amOriel House Hotel, St Asaph
  • Tue
    05
    Dec
    2017
    2:00 pmTywyn Library

  • Tue
    12
    Dec
    2017
    10:30 amTywyn Library

  • Tue
    12
    Dec
    2017
    1:30 pmBlaenau Ffestiniog Library

  • Wed
    13
    Dec
    2017
    10:30 amBlaenau Ffestiniog Library

  • Wed
    03
    Jan
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Alyn Waters, café side

    Alyn Waters, café side, LL11 4AG

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Mon
    08
    Jan
    2018
    10:00 amActon Community Resource Centre, Acton, Wrexham

    For more information and to register: 0345 077 1893
    or ask your breast clinical nurse specialist

    Struggling to get back to ‘normal’ after treatment for breast cancer? Adapting to life after treatment can often be difficult and you might need some support in adjusting.

    Whether you are experiencing side effects of treatment, wondering how to adopt a healthier lifestyle or finding it hard to make sense of your breast cancer experience, our Moving Forward courses are here for you.

    Run in partnership with NHS hospitals, the course usually takes place over half a day for three or four weeks. Delivered by a range of expert speakers, it aims to provide information, support and professional guidance on how to cope with and adjust to life after breast cancer treatment. Topics covered may include: healthy eating, exercise, managing menopausal symptoms, lymphoedema, cancer fatigue, and intimacy and relationships.

    The course is open to people who have had a primary breast cancer diagnosis and have finished their hospital-based treatment. We ask that you are free to attend every week of the course.

    “I found the course very informative and reassuring. It helped to know how others deal with similar problems. Thank you to Breast Cancer Care and all the people who have helped us on the course.”

    To see if this course is right for you, please talk to your breast clinical nurse specialist or contact Breast Cancer Care on 0345 077 1893.

  • Tue
    09
    Jan
    2018
    1:30 pmPorthmadog Library

  • Wed
    10
    Jan
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Bonc yr Hafod, Johnstown

    Bonc yr Hafod, Johnstown, LL14 6HF

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Wed
    17
    Jan
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Nant Mill

    Nant Mill, LL11 3BT

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Tue
    23
    Jan
    2018
    2:00 pmGwersyllt Community Centre

  • Wed
    24
    Jan
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Trevor Basin Visitor Centre

    Trevor Basin Visitor Centre , LL20 7TY

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Thu
    25
    Jan
    2018
    10:30 amYsbyty Gwynedd

  • Mon
    29
    Jan
    2018
    10:30 amBoardroom, Oriel House Hotel, St Asaph
  • Wed
    31
    Jan
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Chirk Castle carpark

    Chirk Castle carpark, LL14 5AF

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Fri
    02
    Feb
    2018
    11:30 amYsbyty Glan Clwyd - Med Phys

  • Mon
    05
    Feb
    2018
    10:00 amTy Menai, Parc Menai, Bangor

    For more information and to register: 0345 077 1893
    or ask your breast clinical nurse specialist

    Struggling to get back to ‘normal’ after treatment for breast cancer? Adapting to life after treatment can often be difficult and you might need some support in adjusting.

    Whether you are experiencing side effects of treatment, wondering how to adopt a healthier lifestyle or finding it hard to make sense of your breast cancer experience, our Moving Forward courses are here for you.

    Run in partnership with NHS hospitals, the course usually takes place over half a day for three or four weeks. Delivered by a range of expert speakers, it aims to provide information, support and professional guidance on how to cope with and adjust to life after breast cancer treatment. Topics covered may include: healthy eating, exercise, managing menopausal symptoms, lymphoedema, cancer fatigue, and intimacy and relationships.

    The course is open to people who have had a primary breast cancer diagnosis and have finished their hospital-based treatment. We ask that you are free to attend every week of the course.

    “I found the course very informative and reassuring. It helped to know how others deal with similar problems. Thank you to Breast Cancer Care and all the people who have helped us on the course.”

    To see if this course is right for you, please talk to your breast clinical nurse specialist or contact Breast Cancer Care on 0345 077 1893.

  • Wed
    07
    Feb
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Woodland Skills Centre

    Woodland Skills Centre, LL16 4DT

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Tue
    13
    Feb
    2018
    1:30 pmPorthmadog Library

  • Wed
    14
    Feb
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Moss Valley

    Moss Valley, LL11 4UR

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Fri
    16
    Feb
    2018
    1:30 pmYsbyty Alltwen, Tremadog

    The Cancer Thriving and Surviving Courses are free and designed to help people manage the impact of cancer.

    The courses take place in community settings. Each session is for two and a half hours, once a week and the whole course lasts six weeks.

    Workshops are facilitated by two trained leaders, one or both of whom are peers who are cancer survivors themselves or who are affected by someone who lives with the condition.

    Subjects covered include:

    1. techniques to deal with problems such as frustration, fatigue, pain, isolation, poor sleep and living with uncertainty
    2. appropriate exercise for regaining and maintaining flexibility, and endurance
    3. making decisions about treatment and complementary therapies
    4. communicating effectively with family, friends, and health professionals
    5. nutrition
    6. setting priorities
    7. relationships

     

    To find details of a course in your area please contact:

    EPP Cymru
    Eryldon
    Campbell Road
    Caernarfon
    Gwynedd
    LL55 1HU
    01286 674236
    EPPCymru.BCUHB@wales.nhs.uk
    www.Eppwales.org

  • Wed
    21
    Feb
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Maes Y Pant

    Maes Y Pant, LL12 8HU

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Thu
    22
    Feb
    2018
    10:30 amLlandrillo College - Rhos Rm

  • Fri
    23
    Feb
    2018
  • Wed
    28
    Feb
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Alyn Waters, Llay side

    Alyn Waters, Llay side, LL11 4DF

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Thu
    01
    Mar
    2018
    10:00 amRhyl - Location to be confirmed

    For more information and to register: 0345 077 1893
    or ask your breast clinical nurse specialist

    Struggling to get back to ‘normal’ after treatment for breast cancer? Adapting to life after treatment can often be difficult and you might need some support in adjusting.

    Whether you are experiencing side effects of treatment, wondering how to adopt a healthier lifestyle or finding it hard to make sense of your breast cancer experience, our Moving Forward courses are here for you.

    Run in partnership with NHS hospitals, the course usually takes place over half a day for three or four weeks. Delivered by a range of expert speakers, it aims to provide information, support and professional guidance on how to cope with and adjust to life after breast cancer treatment. Topics covered may include: healthy eating, exercise, managing menopausal symptoms, lymphoedema, cancer fatigue, and intimacy and relationships.

    The course is open to people who have had a primary breast cancer diagnosis and have finished their hospital-based treatment. We ask that you are free to attend every week of the course.

    “I found the course very informative and reassuring. It helped to know how others deal with similar problems. Thank you to Breast Cancer Care and all the people who have helped us on the course.”

    To see if this course is right for you, please talk to your breast clinical nurse specialist or contact Breast Cancer Care on 0345 077 1893.

  • Mon
    05
    Mar
    2018
  • Wed
    07
    Mar
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Ty Mawr

    Ty Mawr, LL14 3PE

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Tue
    13
    Mar
    2018
    10:00 amUpper Colwyn Bay, Bryn Cadno Resource Centre

  • Wed
    14
    Mar
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Erddig, Felin Puleston

    Erddig, Felin Puleston, LL13 7RF

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Tue
    20
    Mar
    2018
    2:00 pmGwersyllt Community Centre

  • Wed
    21
    Mar
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Chirk Castle carpark

    Chirk Castle carpark, LL14 5AF

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Thu
    22
    Mar
    2018
    10:30 amTy Menai, Parc Menai Business Park

  • Wed
    28
    Mar
    2018
    1:00 pmWrexham, Woodland Skills Centre

    Woodland Skills Centre, LL16 4DT

    Actif Woods run free sociable and enjoyable guided walks at different woods around Wrexham. The walks are particularly suited to people who may be affected by long term health conditions.

    For more information:

    email actifwoodswrexham@smallwoods.org.uk
    or phone Woodland Skills Centre 01745 71 0626

  • Thu
    12
    Apr
    2018
    10:00 amCapel y Groes Wrexham

    The Cancer Thriving and Surviving Courses are free and designed to help people manage the impact of cancer.

    The courses take place in community settings. Each session is for two and a half hours, once a week and the whole course lasts six weeks.

    Workshops are facilitated by two trained leaders, one or both of whom are peers who are cancer survivors themselves or who are affected by someone who lives with the condition.

    Subjects covered include:

    1. techniques to deal with problems such as frustration, fatigue, pain, isolation, poor sleep and living with uncertainty
    2. appropriate exercise for regaining and maintaining flexibility, and endurance
    3. making decisions about treatment and complementary therapies
    4. communicating effectively with family, friends, and health professionals
    5. nutrition
    6. setting priorities
    7. relationships

     

    To find details of a course in your area please contact:

    EPP Cymru
    Eryldon
    Campbell Road
    Caernarfon
    Gwynedd
    LL55 1HU
    01286 674236
    EPPCymru.BCUHB@wales.nhs.uk
    www.Eppwales.org

  • Fri
    13
    Apr
    2018
    11:30 amYsbyty Glan Clwyd - Med Phys

  • Thu
    17
    May
    2018
    10:30 amLlandrillo College - Madog Rm

  • Tue
    05
    Jun
    2018
    2:00 pmGwersyllt Community Centre

  • Wed
    06
    Jun
    2018
    1:30 pmSeminar Room, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Rhyl

    The Cancer Thriving and Surviving Courses are free and designed to help people manage the impact of cancer.

    The courses take place in community settings. Each session is for two and a half hours, once a week and the whole course lasts six weeks.

    Workshops are facilitated by two trained leaders, one or both of whom are peers who are cancer survivors themselves or who are affected by someone who lives with the condition.

    Subjects covered include:

    1. techniques to deal with problems such as frustration, fatigue, pain, isolation, poor sleep and living with uncertainty
    2. appropriate exercise for regaining and maintaining flexibility, and endurance
    3. making decisions about treatment and complementary therapies
    4. communicating effectively with family, friends, and health professionals
    5. nutrition
    6. setting priorities
    7. relationships

     

    To find details of a course in your area please contact:

    EPP Cymru
    Eryldon
    Campbell Road
    Caernarfon
    Gwynedd
    LL55 1HU
    01286 674236
    EPPCymru.BCUHB@wales.nhs.uk
    www.Eppwales.org

  • Thu
    07
    Jun
    2018
    10:30 amTy Menai, Parc Menai Business Park

  • Fri
    15
    Jun
    2018
    1:00 pmYsbyty Glan Clwyd - Med Phys

  • Thu
    05
    Jul
    2018
    10:30 amLlandrillo College - Madog Rm

  • Mon
    10
    Sep
    2018
    10:00 amQuay Health Centre, Connah's Quay

    The Cancer Thriving and Surviving Courses are free and designed to help people manage the impact of cancer.

    The courses take place in community settings. Each session is for two and a half hours, once a week and the whole course lasts six weeks.

    Workshops are facilitated by two trained leaders, one or both of whom are peers who are cancer survivors themselves or who are affected by someone who lives with the condition.

    Subjects covered include:

    1. techniques to deal with problems such as frustration, fatigue, pain, isolation, poor sleep and living with uncertainty
    2. appropriate exercise for regaining and maintaining flexibility, and endurance
    3. making decisions about treatment and complementary therapies
    4. communicating effectively with family, friends, and health professionals
    5. nutrition
    6. setting priorities
    7. relationships

     

    To find details of a course in your area please contact:

    EPP Cymru
    Eryldon
    Campbell Road
    Caernarfon
    Gwynedd
    LL55 1HU
    01286 674236
    EPPCymru.BCUHB@wales.nhs.uk
    www.Eppwales.org

  • Tue
    06
    Nov
    2018
    10:00 amCraig y Don Community Centre, Llandudno

    The Cancer Thriving and Surviving Courses are free and designed to help people manage the impact of cancer.

    The courses take place in community settings. Each session is for two and a half hours, once a week and the whole course lasts six weeks.

    Workshops are facilitated by two trained leaders, one or both of whom are peers who are cancer survivors themselves or who are affected by someone who lives with the condition.

    Subjects covered include:

    1. techniques to deal with problems such as frustration, fatigue, pain, isolation, poor sleep and living with uncertainty
    2. appropriate exercise for regaining and maintaining flexibility, and endurance
    3. making decisions about treatment and complementary therapies
    4. communicating effectively with family, friends, and health professionals
    5. nutrition
    6. setting priorities
    7. relationships

     

    To find details of a course in your area please contact:

    EPP Cymru
    Eryldon
    Campbell Road
    Caernarfon
    Gwynedd
    LL55 1HU
    01286 674236
    EPPCymru.BCUHB@wales.nhs.uk
    www.Eppwales.org

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