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Halton Cancer Support Group

Halton Cancer Support Group (formerly Widnes & Runcorn Cancer Support Group) is a local charity, whose aim is to help and support the local community of Halton. Anyone who has been affected by cancer or by the suffering of a friend or relative is welcome at the Centre. They offer advice and information, including social and welfare advice, together with counselling and a wide range of complementary therapies. These are mostly available free of charge by prior appointment.

In 1997, Widnes Hospice merged with The Widnes Cancer Fund Association and Widnes and Runcorn Cancer Support Group was born. In 2023, the charity updated its name to Halton Cancer Support to better reflect the area it serves.


Peer support
Therapeutic art
Gentle exercise
Holistic and beauty therapies
Tai Chi referrals

Last Updated:11/02/2024
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Halton Cancer Support Group
21 - 23 Alforde St, Widnes, WA8 7TR, UK

+44 151 423 5730
All therapies provided at this location:
Seeing a counsellor or psychotherapist, who is trained and experienced at working with cancer patients, can help you and others close to you deal with the emotional impact of a cancer diagnosis and help to make sense of the many emotions that you are experiencing.

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Specialist exercise programmes designed to help support cancer patients during and after treatment.

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