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Cancer Support Salisbury was formed in September 2019

following the closure of Wessex Cancer Trust.

As a team of volunteers who used to work at the trust, we witnessed first hand the positive impact

this type of service had on so many people affected by cancer. So we set about creating our own.


We are a self funded, local community support group, founded, and led by a committed team of volunteers offering emotional and practical support to anyone affected by cancer. 

Our services include an informal weekly drop-in each

Wednesday from 9am until 11am, and Thursday from 2pm until 5pm.


We can provide you with plenty of refreshments, a listening ear from our trained befrienders,

and a range of Complementary Therapies which include Aromatherapy,

Massage, Reflexology and Reiki.


The kettle is always on, and we look forward to welcoming you!


At Cancer Support Salisbury we

can offer you many non clinical treatments, which are provided

to all those affected by a cancer diagnosis, this includes carers,

partners, husband, wife and

family members too.


We rely on help from so

many people within our

community to support all 

areas of our charity, no matter

how small your input, it

would be so valuable.


We would be delighted and

very grateful, if you would love

to organise, or take part in,

a fundraising event and

help us to raise those

much needed funds.

The Cancer journey is hard and at times overwhelming.

It's normal to feel uncertain about the future and isolated.

Cancer Support Salisbury is an amazing group, with friends in it I've made for life.

I cannot thank them all enough.

Louise, Salisbury

A wonderful group of people who genuinely care

and provide AMAZING support x  

Sharon, Fovant.


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"This is the most welcoming and warm group of people- every time I visit we laugh and nothing is too much trouble 
Even though my mum had cancer years ago: this space offered me support to talk and feel like I wasn’t alone x"


Alex - Chippenham.

Photo; Roy Hunt

c/o The Meeting House

51 Wilton Road

Salisbury    SP2 7EP

United Kingdom


07926 841698
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