Macmillan cancer support bus coming to Kenilworth

A cancer support bus run by charity Macmillan is coming to Abbey End in Kenilworth on Thursday August 18.

Monday, 8th August 2016, 10:51 am
Updated Monday, 8th August 2016, 11:55 am
From left to right: information specialist Margaret Watts, facilities officer Jeremy Burman and information specialist Moray Hayman NNL-160808-104506001

A team of cancer specialists will be on hand to answer questions, provide support and inform people about cancer services near them. The service is free and is open to anyone.

The team will also be providing specialist advice on staying safe in the sun now that summer is here.

Macmillan information and support specialist Jo Scott said: “We’re also there for anyone else with any worries or concerns, no matter what type of cancer.

“Whether people have just been diagnosed, are going through treatment or are living beyond cancer, they should feel free to pay us a visit – and we welcome carers, family members and loved ones as well.

“We can provide information on a range of issues, including different treatments, financial advice, exercise, getting back to work, or what local services might be on offer.”

The bus will be in Abbey End from 9am to 3pm. No appointments are needed, although there may be a wait at busy times.