Leicestershire and Rutland

Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Service at Leicester

Drop in cancer information and support centre. We have a wide range of up-to-date information leaflets, books, DVDs and CDs, some of which are suitable for people: with learning disabilities, with sight problems, whose first language is not English.

The service offers:

  • Cancer information materials
  • Information
  • Benefits Advice
  • Look Good, Feel Better
  • Outreach
  • Signposting to other services
  • Volunteering activities

Opening times: Monday to Friday, 09.30-16.30

Find out more: Richard Moody or Aliyah Mannan on 0116 258 6189



Teenage Cancer Trust – Leicester Royal Infirmary

The Ward 27 Teenage Cancer Trust Unit at Leicester Royal Infirmary is for 13-24 year olds and has 5 in-patient beds and a day-care facility. All bedrooms are equipped with soft furnishings, bespoke furniture, TV, DVD and gaming facilities, and there is dedicated Teenage Cancer Trust Wifi with laptops provided.


Coping With Cancer (in Leicestershire & Rutland)

Coping with Cancer in Leicestershire and Rutland provides practical and emotional support to anyone affected by cancer.


Macmillan One2One Support Project

The Macmillan One2One Support Project is for young people aged 18 – 30 who are currently being treated for cancer or have finished treatment.

The Macmillan One2One Support Project is part of the Macmillan Cancer Partnership in Nottinghamshire which is a pioneering programme to improve local cancer services and address the growing number of people surviving and living with and beyond a cancer diagnosis.

Want to find out more?

Text Laura on 07812 269 998 with your name and contact details.