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Cancer Campaign in Suffolk

Cancer Campaign in Suffolk.  Here to help before during, & after cancer. We are a independent cancer charity and we are not affiliated to any national charity. All the money raised stays in Suufolk to be used for our services for the Suffolk Community.

Before Raising awareness of signs & symptoms of cancer  talks are available to schools, local community group, & businesses, the earlier cancer is detected the more successful the treatment

During We provide free complementary Therapy through the John Le Vay Cancer Information Centre to anyone with a cancer diagnoses, this has proven to be a vital services allowing the patient to de-stress, learn how to relax and promote their own wellbeing.

After Wellbeing and beauty workshops in East and West Suffolk to help ladies regain confidence, get advice on skincare, makeup & how to draw eyebrows and how to care for skin & nails. Workshops are held regularly in a friendly relaxing atmosphere away from the hospital.

Who to contact

Name
Karen Hare
Position
Chief Executive
Telephone
01473 211884
Fax
01473 211884
Email
theteam@cancercampaigninsuffolk.co.uk
Website
http://ccisuffolk.org
Address
1st Floor 56/58 St Margarets Street
Ipswich
Suffolk
Postcode
IP4 4BD

Additional contact

Name
Ali Pearson
Position
Fundraiser
Telephone
+441473211884
Email
theteam@cancercampaigninsuffolk.co.uk
Address
1st Floor 56/58 St Margarets Street
Ipswich
Suffolk
IP4 4BD

Where to go

Name
Cancer Campaign in Suffolk
Address
John LeVay Cancer Information Centre
Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust
Heath Road
IPSWICH
Suffolk
Postcode
IP4 5PD
Area served
Suffolk
Venue Email
theteam@cancercampaigninsuffolk.co.uk
Venue Website
http://www.ccisuffolk.co.uk
Parking available
Yes

Days & Times

The John LeVay Cancer Information Centre is open Monday to Friday 8.30am-4.30pm. If you would like to call the John LeVay Cancer Information Centre before you visit or wish to make an appointment the telephone number is 01473 715748.

Other details

Age Groups
16-25 years, Children (5-11), Adults, Young people
Accessibility
Disabled Parking, Wheelchair Access, Adapted Toilet


Notes

The John LeVay Cancer Information Centre at Ipswich Hospital. We provide Factual, up-to-date information can make an enormous difference to anyone affected by cancer, including family and friends. We provide complementary therapy free to any one with a cancer diagnoses. Ongoing fundraising means that we are able to provide this services.

Last Updated
02/03/2016

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