Services and Clinics


Macmillan Cancer Support and George Eliot NHS Trust worked together to develop the Cancer Information and Support Centre.

Highly trained staff and volunteers can listen to your worries and concerns and offer free, confidential support and advice, whether you've been diagnosed with cancer, or you're a family member or carer. Some of the volunteers have personal experience of living with cancer.

We can also put you in touch with counselling services and refer you to other professional or voluntary organisations where appropriate including Psychological Support Services or Therapy Services Oasis. Oasis provides relaxation therapy, hand massage, visualisation and breathing techniques. They also offer advice dealing with stress and anxiety.

We are able to offer emotional support and practical help to anyone who has cancer, their relatives, friends and carers, in a relaxed and confidential environment.

Macmillan information support service can be found opposite Main Reception of George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust. We are open 9-4pm Monday- Friday unless otherwise advertised.

Contact or email the Centre Manager Julie Hunt

Call 02476 15 3201

Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Centre are now offering both face to and confidential, virtual appointments.

To book an appointment please telephone 02476 153201 or email- Mon-Fri-9am-4pm.

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Help and support organisations

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Contact or email the Centre Manager Julie Hunt

Call 02476 153201

Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Centre are now offering both face to and confidential, virtual appointments.

To book an appointment please telephone 02476 153201 or Mon-Fri-9am-4pm.

Centre manager

Name: Julie Hunt

Tel: 02476 153201


Living Well videos are available to help anyone affected by cancer. The videos are packed full of practical tips, information, support and inspiration to help you, your family and friends to live as well as possible with cancer.

By watching different parts of the video you will be able to improve your understanding of fatigue, emotional health and wellbeing, physical activity and nutrition. The videos may help you to safely and confidently self-manage the most common problems caused by cancer and help you to feel more in control during and beyond your treatment



Emotional Wellbeing:


Macmillan Cancer and Coronavirus Guide

Group Name


When & Where?

What do they do?

Surviving Cancer Support Group

This group is not currently meeting at present. For help and support please contact Macmillan 02476 153201/ Macmillan national helpline - Freephone - 0808 808 00 00


The aim of the group is to provide, in a warm and friendly environment, a support service to enable people to share their experience of living beyond the diagnosis of cancer.

Coventry Breast Cancer Support Group

Dollar Abbot 02476 342236

Meets first Wednesday
each month 7.30-9.30pm

Myton Hospice upstairs meets room 1, University Hospital of Coventry & Warwick

A Group for those with experiences of Breast Cancer. Can leave an answer phone message. Still leave a message if it says Life Space Counselling.

Mary Ann Evans

Main Number 02476 865440

Day Hospice: 02476 865433

Eliot Way,


CV10 7QL

A local charity caring for local people through a range of services.

Carers Trust (previously Guide Posts)

02476 101040 Option 4


Carers Trust operate numerous location across Warwickshire

Our Warwickshire Carer Wellbeing Service aims to ensure that you are supported in every way possible in your caring role. Our service is FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.

Prostate Support

Peter Smith: 0800 0355302

Every Wednesday 2-4pm

New Centre based in Reception, Area 10 Warwick Row, next to United Reform Church Coventry City Centre

A group of men who meet to discuss concerns and share experiences.

Coventry Lung Cancer Support Group

Lindsey Fitzpatrick: 02476 965505

1st Thursday of every Month 1-2pm

Clinical Sciences Building, University Hospital, Coventry, CV2 2DX

Meet to share experiences of lung cancer.

Coping With Cancer Hinckley

Lucy Pugh: 01162 230055


Second and Fourth
Tuesday of every month

St Francis Community Centre, Tudor Road, Hinckley

Meet other people affected by cancer. Talk, listen and support each other. Complementary therapies available including hand massaged and Indian head massage.

Tamworth Wellbeing Cancer Support Centre

01827 899590

10-3pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

44 Craven, Off Crowden Road, Stonydelph, Tamworth, Staffordshire. B77 4HH

A support service with a range of services including a nail technician, foot therapies, bra fitting and prosthetics and holistic therapies.

Walsgrave Lymphoedema Support

02476 538875

Lymphoedema Clinic, Oncology Unit, Walsgrave Hospital

A support group for people with Lymphoedema caused by Cancer. Offers information, speakers and telephone support.

Carers Support Group

Gordon Nash 02476 758200

Will Roe 02476 491383

Meets First Wednesday in every month. 1.30-3.30pm

25 Congreve Walk, Bedworth CV12 8LX


Stoma Support

07564 680803

Third Wednesday of every Second Month

Manor Court Baptist Church, Manor Court Road

Local support for ileostomy, colostomy or urostomy patients

The Hummingbird Centre

Coventry Centre

5th Floor, Coventry Point, Market Way, Coventry, CV1 1EA

28 Regent Place, Rugby, CV21 2PN

We offer support, friendship and relaxation.

Teenage Cancer Trust

0207 612 0370

Monday to Friday
9am - 5.30pm


Colorectal Support Group

024 7615 3126 or 0771 772 7572

George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust, College Street, Nuneaton,

CV10 7DJ

A support group to share experiences and information.

Walk and Talk Group

Alison on 0787 659 0687

1.30pm and 2.30pm every Tuesday in Nuneaton and Park between 1.30pm and 2.30pm every Tuesday

Riversley Park at the Museum and Bedworth miners’ welfare park.

A gentle walking group of people affected by Cancer who share experiences.




Information and support around Lymphoedema.

Brain Tumour Support

Louise Tully 0711 597168

01454 422701

Third Monday of the month.

Ansty Social Club, Grove Road, Ansty, Coventry, CV7 8JD

Anyone affected in any way by a brain tumour diagnosis is welcome. Normally a mix of chat, speakers and sharing. Refreshments provided.

Cancer United

02476 966052

First Wednesday of the month between 10.30 and 12.00

Faith Centre at University Hospital, CV2 2DX

Chat, speakers and shared experiences