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Worried, concerned, or just feel like you need more information about breast cancer?

Come along to one of our free talks, courses or monthly meet-ups. You’ll hear from experts and have the chance to ask your questions and meet other people who are facing what you are too.

Would you like to get back to or start regular exercise? Join a safe and welcoming walking and talking group to boost mind and body. 

Share experiences and tips in regular meet-ups with other people in your situation. Also features sessions with experts.

Expert talks in a friendly setting helping you to understand and cope with long-term side effects of breast cancer. 

If you’re struggling to get back to ‘normal’ after treatment for breast cancer, our free Moving Forward courses are here for you.

Information and support to help you feel confident about what changes to look out for.

If you’ve had breast surgery, finding bras, prostheses or swimwear that work for you can be difficult. There’s help available. 

Group sessions exploring ways to help you achieve balance and wellbeing after diagnosis and treatment.

It can be difficult to talk about sensitive issues like sex and relationships. We’re here to make it easier.

Information and support sessions for people with an inherited altered gene.

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