Virtual support group for anyone affected by cancer

A virtual support group returns on Thursday (27 Aug) This group is for anyone affected by cancer to find out about local Macmillan services and chat with like-minded people. Salma Hashmi will host from 11 - 11.45am. For info call 0161 276 5682 or email

Living with the psychological impact of leukaemia and lymphoma in the COVID-19 era

Date: Thursday 27th August Time: 4pm Topic: Living with the psychological impact of leukaemia and lymphoma in the COVID-19 era followed by a Q&A session. Host: Leukaemia Care and Lymphoma Action Lymphoma Action is working with Leukaemia Care to host their first ever joint webinar that will explore the psychological impact of living with a lymphoma or leukaemia and discuss clinical care, support, coping strategies and how COVID-19 may be affecting patient experience and delivery of care. We will be joined by Clinical Psychologist Dr Raj M. Gupta, Birmingham and Solihull NHS Trust, Dr Pauline Aiston, Health Psychologist University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust, Anne Crook,

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Macmillan information and support service

Tameside Macmillan Unit

Tameside Hospital, Fountain Street

Ashton-under-Lyne OL6 9RW


Call 0161 922 5640

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Open Monday to Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm 

(Except Bank Holidays).

Drop-in service, no appointment needed. However please contact us first if you are making a special journey, to ensure someone is available to see you.