Cancer Centre Information

We are the Charity team, and therefore cannot deal with any clinical enquiries

Please contact for any clinical queries and they will be forwarded to the relevant clinical teams.
Alternatively, you can call the Cancer Centre on 01772 522900 / 522923 or the Acute Oncology Helpline on 01772 523205.

Latest News

Three new charity-funded research projects improve care for future patients

Over the last 2023-24 financial year, we are delighted to have approved funding for three promising research projects, all aiming to improve the standard of care for cancer patients across the whole of Lancashire and...

Two new projects in support of Blackpool endoscopy clinic

Patients referred to the endoscopy clinic at Blackpool Victoria Hospital may find the procedure less uncomfortable, and quicker, following our purchase of an endoscopy scope guide for the clinic team.

Support for Blackburn surgeons with new Piezo saw

Surgeons operating on patients with head and neck cancers at the Royal Blackburn Hospital have been given the latest in precision instruments funded by us at a cost of almost £44,500.

Pelvic Radiation Disease Project secures funding to continue

A clinic that we initially funded to treat former cancer patients left with side-effects from radiotherapy treatment, has received such positive feedback from those it has helped that its future is now secure.

Chorley company has fundraising licked!

Chorley company Duoline Access Ltd has gifted £200 to stock our Ribblesdale Ward's freezers with lollies and ice creams for patients.

Charity funds help to keep patients on alert

A re-print of alert cards – a credit card sized card given to all patients commencing chemotherapy treatment at Rosemere Cancer Centre – is being funded by charitable donations.

Blood cancer patients to receive home from home accommodation in Blackpool

Thanks to charitable donations, a four-bedroom house has opened at Blackpool Teaching Hospitals to give blood cancer patients home from home accommodation instead of long hospital admissions.

Consultant’s marathon effort to help fund new scanner for Chorley Breast Care Unit

Consultant oncoplastic breast surgeon Dr Shazia Hafiz has raised £1,637.50 to help fund a new mobile ultrasound scanner machine for Chorley breast cancer patients.

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Projects funded

Just some of the projects the Rosemere Cancer Foundation is proud to have helped support to improve the mental and physical wellbeing of cancer patients.

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