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Cavendish Cancer Care is a charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for people living with cancer. No one should face cancer alone, so we provide emotional support through counselling and complementary therapies. Our services are provided free of charge and are funded through donations.
Cavendish Cancer Buddies are a group of volunteers who have either had cancer themselves or have cared for someone with cancer. Because they have “been there” they can listen to the things that people can’t always say to their family and friends, and won’t judge what you say.Read more
Our friends at the Five and Dime Picture Show are proud to present a very special final event with our very special guest, Greg Sestero in attendance.
Greg is the co-star of cult film The Room and best-selling author of the ‘The Disaster Artist’, a memoir of his time as an aspiring actor in Hollywood, leading to his bizarre friendship with the mysterious and iconoclastic director of The Room, Tommy Wiseau.
Chris Helme, who first rose to prominence as the front man of John Squire’s post-Stone Roses band ‘The Seahorses’ released his debut solo album in more recent years. He is rightfully remembered for the anthemic Britpop classics Love Is The Law and Blinded By The Sun – songs that evoked everything the 90’s stood for.
In a show in aid of Cavendish Cancer Care, a local charity, we see Helme perform alongside guests in an evening of entertainment. Guests will include Cavendish Cancer Care favorites local band Murder and the Seaside.
The transformation in me since starting my treatment at the Cavendish has been amazing. I feel so much better - I’m sleeping well, I’m less anxious, I’ve got more energy, more enthusiasm, and more confidence.
The doctors and nurses had been lovely but they're there to talk about the medical things it's the other side of it, your emotions, that you need to deal with.
It is very difficult to say how I would have coped without the support of Cavendish Cancer Care. I feel that there is a really need for support of this kind during a very difficult stage in a persons life. It is important to treat the whole person, not just focus on the disease. The face that it is a charity, not financially supported by a government, doesn't make sense to me.
Without the Cavendish there would've been little or nothing for me for probably a very long time; and I would have struggled to make sense of everything that happened. I can't be the only one whose life falls down around their ears. If the Cavendish Centre wasn't here, there would be some very unhappy, frightened people out there.
South Yorkshire based solicitors Wosskow Brown have raised £2,240 for Sheffield based Cavendish Cancer Care.
Wosskow Brown raised this amount of money through many different ways; including: a firework display at Wentworth Woodhouse, a Charity Sports Quiz Night at Genting Casino and even two ‘Free Will Months’, in which Wosskow Brown provided a basic Will at a donation price where all proceeds went towards the charity.Read more