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Southport Macmillan News

Midsummer Jazz Evening in the Tithe Barn

Details of our Midsummer Jazz Evening featuring music by the Bourbon Street Roof-Raisers


Macmillan Cancer Support Line Dancing - Announcing the Dates

Details of Line Dancing events on 29th May and 28th August can be found within


Southport mum highlights the importance of a smear test

Sarah O’Callaghan shares story to warn other young girls too scared to have a smear test


Care for cancer patients still expensive almost a decade after treatment

Cancer survivors diagnosed almost a decade ago still cost the NHS in England five times more than someone without the disease, according to new research published this week in the British Journal of Cancer


Stunning new images of planned cancer hospital, as it moves a step closer

Plans to build an 11-floor regional centre of excellence for cancer treatment and research on West Derby Street in Liverpool have already received overwhelming support from clinicians, patient groups, commissioners and cancer experts across the region


Sefton Active Lifestyle Over 50’s 2016 Olympics

Two teams from the Southport Macmillan information centre took part in the Sefton Over 50's 2016 Olympics on Friday 22 April at Dunes Leisure Centre


Beating Bowel Cancer launches new campaign Hidden Heartache

Beating Bowel Cancer are launching our new campaign ‘Hidden Heartache’ as part of this year’s Bowel Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM). It recently commissioned an in-depth piece of research engaging with bowel cancer patients, as well as their families and friends. Leaflet and details inside


Macmillan challenges runners to OutRun May and support people affected by cancer

OutRun is coming this May. It’s a running challenge with a difference.


Walk in aid of Lung Cancer Roy Castle Foundation

ROY Castle Lung Cancer Foundation is urging the Southport community to put their best foot forward and take part in the 2016 Wirral Coastal Walk


Nutrition & Hydration Week 2016

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre has been supporting a national campaign this week to raise awareness of the importance of good nutrition and hydration care