News & events

Cavendish Christmas Market

Thursday 22nd November from 7pm sees our very own shopping extravaganza at The Devonshire Arms in Dore.  Come and join us for a glass of fizz and a mince pie.  We have Christmas stalls including cards, gifts, decorations and may more.  Tickets are priced at £5pp available from behind the bar in The Devonshire Arms or at the centre, please call 0114 2754070 or email  for tickets.

Great Yorkshire Run

Andrea Roe and Fiona Melloy were amongst a number of people who recently unertook the Great Yorkshire Run in aid of our work. They also ran the Robin Hood Half Marathon. If you would like to sponsor them you can do do on

Andrea decided to support out work becasue of the help we gave her sister and family. she said

Cavendish Cycle Ride

Cavendish Therapist, Lisa Esmonde recently completed a 40km sponsored ride. Lisa was extremely pleased to finish as this was the first time she had ever cyced such a distance. She raised more than £800 which is a fantastic effort. Many thanks to her.

Diane Morgan

Diane Morgan

14th June 1938 – 22nd May 2012

It is with great sadness we announce the recent death of our dear friend and colleagueDiane Morgan. Diane has been involved with the Cavendish Centre since its very early days in the 1990’s, as both an Assessor and Counsellor. Diane leaves a huge legacy of care and she has touched the lives of all those involved with Cavendish Cancer Care.

Wooly Hat Fundraising Day

Many Thanks to the guys at Kier Asset Partnership who continue to support our work. This time they raised funds through a Wooly Hat wearing day at work.

Many thanks for the doantion of £100.

Lloyds TSB Donation

David Hunt of Lloyds TSB presents a cheque to Annie Sutherland for £2000. David won an internal competition first prize being a £2000 donation to a charity of the winners choice.

Many thanks to David for the donation and you’re ongoing support.

SYCCC Donation and Visit

Members of South Yorkshire Caravan and Camping Club attended the centre to further see how their suppirt over the ast year has helped local people affected by cancer. The Club prefers to buy items of equipment for any cause they support however the do recognise the value in practical every day items. In additional to a new chair for reflexologists to use with clients they ahve also provided two new stereo systems with ipod docking stations and 50+ new towels. Many thanks for you support.