Local information points
National Information Points
Our Redcar group takes place on the 2nd Thursday of the month at
Costa Coffee, Unit 20, Regents Walk, Redcar, YS10 3FB
(please note, there is also a Costa Coffee within the Tesco store on West Dyke Road, it’s NOT that one!).
The meetings last about an hour, starting at 6pm (18:00). The next and subsequent meetings are:
Thursday 9th November
Thursday 14th December
Don’t get down. Just turn up.
In the event of unforeseen circumstances where the group needs to be moved, rescheduled or cancelled, we’ll announce details via our Twitter and Facebook feeds.
Macmillan Art for You (Middlesbrough)
The Art for You Direct Volunteering Scheme (DVS) has been set up by Macmillan Cancer Support to provide face-to-face low level emotional support to people affected by cancer who have completed their treatment. The service offered will be facilitated by trained volunteers and supported by a volunteering co-ordinator once a week (Saturday 1.30pm-3.30pm) in the education room at the MIMA Art Museum, Middlesbrough commencing on the 2nd July 2016.
For more information or to refer into the service contact Helen Thompson, Direct Volunteering Services Co-ordinator on 07801 307015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
COPD covers a variety of health issues including emphysema, asthma, bronchitis, tumours or any complaints or illnesses affecting the lungs. It has been proven that for people suffering from lung complaints, gentle exercise is an excellent way to help the lungs function a little better by circulating oxygen around the body.
There are several Breathercise classes across Teesside:
- Hartlepool, Central Library – 01429 522040
- Middlesbrough, Sports Village – 01642 577142 / 07596535756
- Redcar, United Reform Church – 01642 472301
Startrium is a free mental health service for those that live in Stockton
Know your money sessions in Middlesbrough
Redcar Junior Park Run
Find out more here! http://www.parkrun.org.uk/redcar-juniors/
Macmillan cancer family history service
The Cancer Family History Service provides a comprehensive service for individuals concerned about their family history of cancer. We provide standardised risk assessment, access to surveillance, patient information and support to families within the local cancer network. The service links with primary and secondary care teams, providing specialist advice and education. The service is provided by a team of two genetic risk assessment practitioners, one admin/info co-ordinator and one admin assistant based in the Teesside Genetics unit at James Cook University Hospital. Clinics are held twice weekly at James Cook. Satellite clinics are held in University Hospital of North Tees, University Hospital of Hartlepool, Darlington Memorial Hospital, Bishop Auckland General Hospital, Peterlee Community Hospital and the Friarage Hospital. If you would like to discuss a family history of cancer please contact us on 01642 282629.
Open Access Chest X-ray
Find out more about the Open Access Chest X-ray service using the leaflet below!