Welcome to the Home of the Cornwall Bowel Cancer Support Group. We campaign to raise awareness of bowel cancer, and offer support to those who are on their journey. We meet every 3 months March, June, September and December from 10.00am to 4.00pm at Probus Village Hall, near Truro . Dates for 2019 16th March, 15th June, 7th September, 7th December. You DO NOT have to be a member to attend family and friends will be made most welcome, we have tea, coffee, soft drinks and food available for the duration of the day, and around mid-day there's a free hot pasty for all. We have entertainment, a Tombola and Mega Raffle. Please join us, you will be made most welcome.
Entertainment for our Summer get together on Saturday 15th June will be the Line Dancers performing around 11.30am and we have such fun with them.
After lunch Burnie Murphy will be singing for us, some of you will remember Burnie entertained us last September and went down really well. Probus village hall has it's own car park, it's wheelchair friendly with disabled toilets, and if the weather is inclement they have a wonderful heating system, please come along and join us for a relaxing and a very enjoyable day.
PLEASE come along and join us, you DON'T have to be a member, bring your family or friends, aunty, uncle, granny or the missus next door. You will be all made most welcome and you will be guarenteed a very enjoyable day.
Patient Survey - Northumbria University
27 October 2017
This survey is now closed - please see below communication:
I previously contacted you earlier this year in connection with some research I have been running exploring what advice, if any, cancer patients are receiving about physical activity after their diagnosis. I believe your group were good enough to help advertise our online survey to your members, and so I am now contacting you again to let you know that we are now closing this survey. As such, if this project is still advertised to your members, I would be grateful if this can be amended/deleted to show we are no longer collecting data.
We have received a fantastic response to our request for information on this subject. A large number of patients have shared their experiences with us and have given us a great deal of detail on how activity is, or in some cases, is not, promoted to people after cancer. I am hoping to start formally analysing the data in the near future.
I would like to thank you for your help in advertising this project. If I can provide any further information about this project or any other assistance, please do let me know.
Dr Stephen Gilbert
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
Newcastle Upon Tyne