What's happening at Weston Park Cancer Charity?
We’re delighted to have launched a new transport service which provides people living with cancer in Barnsley with free travel to and from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals for treatment.
We’re extremely happy to announce that Emma Clarke has been appointed the new chief executive of Weston Park Cancer Charity.
Ellie tells us what it was like to diagnosed with Hodgkin Lymphoma at 21 and how Weston Park Cancer Charity helped her family.
A star-studded concert organised by Sheffield's Croke family has raised tens of thousands of pounds to help us provide vital support to people and families facing cancer.
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we are sharing what is going in our region to improve outcomes for people living with breast cancer.
People living in Chesterfield who are recovering from or have cancer are once again invited to take part in dedicated swimming sessions held at Queen’s Park Sports Centre.
We closed the doors to our Whitham Road office in 2020 as a result of the pandemic to keep all our staff, volunteers, fundraisers and the people we support safe.
Organisations from across the Sheffield City Region were commended for defying unique difficulties posed by the pandemic to raise more than £100,000 through our 2020-21 Master Cutler’s Challenge.
We’ve been delighted to have received glowing feedback for our Chesterfield transport service since it launched earlier this year.
We’re proud to support the next generation of researchers – a commitment which will make a real difference as the cancer sector’s post-pandemic recovery.
As the role of research and clinical trials becomes more prominent in the cancer sector’s Covid-19 recovery, the leading lights of research here in Sheffield will be playing their part.
Despite the challenges of the current pandemic on income generation, clinical research and innovative patient support during and after cancer treatment will remain our top two priorities.