We know that a cancer diagnosis affects all areas of your life, so we’re here to help you find information and support when you need it. From information about specific types of cancer, treatments and how best to live with it, to support with finances and benefits, diet, exercise, the way you look and even if you just need someone to talk things through with. We can help give you back some feeling of control and help you feel more confident about the future.
The Cove is a purpose-built Macmillan Cancer Support Centre. We’ve got comfy spaces where you can take time out, a friendly cafe, and private rooms for if you prefer somewhere quiet. We also host regular support groups and events throughout the year.
Visit the Information and Support section on the Macmillan website
The team at The Cove
The Cove is run by our Macmillan Cancer Centre Manager, Kathryn Radcliffe. Kathryn is a Registered Nurse and an experienced Senior Manager who has managed various clinical cancer services over many years in both the NHS and Independent Sector. Kathryn is available to help assess your needs and concerns, and links closely with your Clinical Nurse Specialist and your wider clinical team to ensure that there is joined-up planning of your care.
Kathryn works alongside two Macmillan Support Officers, Kerenza Leigh and Louisa, who are available to meet with you to discuss any problems or concerns that you may have and signpost you to relevant support services, such as Benefits Advice and Look Good Feel Better. We also have a team of fantastic, trained volunteers, some of whom have personal experience of living with cancer.
The team at The Cove
Useful resources for people affected by cancer
Latest News & Events
News / Awards and Achievements
Published: January 24, 2020
On Friday 17th January, the Paediatric Diabetes Team from the Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust was invited to speak at the National Paediatric Diabetes Audit Annual Conference in London.
News / RCHT Charity
Published: January 22, 2020
Visiting her GP with a persistent sore tongue, Susanne Jorey of Falmouth, was not expecting to be given the diagnosis of tonsil Cancer.
News / Pathology Updates / Trust Board / Trust Improvement
Published: January 16, 2020
The Royal Cornwall Hospitals are to receive over £200,000 from the Department of Health and Social Care to improve access to Pathology testing this winter.