Cancer Centre Information

For information on CLINICAL SERVICES at the Rosemere Cancer Centre click here or call 01772 522900.  If you need URGENT out of hours advice please contact the Acute Oncology Helpline on 01772 523205.

Donate this spring to help us create a Cancer Ward for the future.

Watch our short film below to see why we’re raising £842,000 for a new ward.

Click here to make a donation or to donate over the telephone call us on 01772 522913.  


Event cancelled logo It is with great regret that we have to inform you that tomorrow’s Rosemere Cross Bay Walk has been cancelled by the Queen’s Guide, Cedric Robinson due to the unsafe nature of the sands on the bay on his final inspection this evening.

We are so sorry to disappoint everyone but we hope that we will be able to arrange an alternative date later this year to do the Cross Bay Walk but will need to liaise with Cedric Robinson to arrange this and will advise you of it as soon as we can.

Please would you contact any other members of your party who you had planned to walk with to ensure that they have received this message?

Thank you for your understanding and support. 

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