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Providing support

At Weston Park Cancer Support, we provide emotional and practical support for people living with and beyond cancer. We also offer complementary therapies for anyone affected by cancer.

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We provide support

Weston Park Cancer Support is our frontline support service.

It gives patients and families emotional and practical support, help and guidance, a place to be and people to be with.

We also work in the community, and with trusted partners, wherever possible, to help patients in a place most convenient to them.

Current projects

Independent living support

Are you living with or recovering from cancer? If so, you might need a little extra support to keep you safe and well at home, or get you back on your feet.

Free Transport service

Are you having cancer treatment and live in the Chesterfield, Barnsley, Rotherham or Meadowhall area? If so, our transport service could provide you free, safe travel to and from Sheffield hospitals.

OutSwimming Cancer

OutSwimming Cancer is run by Chesterfield Borough Council and funded by Weston Park Cancer Charity. It provides free swimming sessions for people living with or beyond cancer.

The difference it makes

Clive's story

Clive is 75 and has previously undergone treatment for lung cancer. However, he has recently been taking part in free swimming sessions provided at Queen's Park Sports Centre in Chesterfield, by Chesterfield Borough Council thanks to funding from Weston Park Cancer Charity. Here he tell us the difference it's made.

Sheffield Cancer Choir Story

Former nurse, Darrell, tells us what it means to set up Sheffield's first cancer choir.

Anthony's mindfulness journey

For Anthony, Mindfulness and complementary therapies have helped turn what was an extremely distressing situation into one which is altogether more manageable. Here's his story.

Barnsley transport service described as 'lifesaver'

Our transport service supports people from Barnsley to access the cancer treatment they need. Hear what it means for people like Rusty.