Liverpool Sunflowers launches Lung Cancer Support Group

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Local cancer charities, Liverpool Sunflowers and the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation have launched a new Lung Cancer Support Group to help support local people affected by the disease. . The group was officially launched at an evening event hosted at the Sunflowers Centre on Tuesday 11th September. Lung cancer is currently the most common cause of cancer-related deaths, with … Read More

Liverpool Sunflowers receive £200 from local Asda

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Liverpool Sunflowers has just received £200 from local shoppers thanks to Asda’s Chosen By You, Given By Us scheme. The fundraising project aims to support local charities situated within a 1 mile radius of its Smithdown Road Store, in order to give something back to the local community. Liverpool Sunflowers Project Director, Joan Elmer said: “We are extremely grateful to … Read More

Liverpool Sunflowers partners with Cash for Kids

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Liverpool-based cancer support charity Liverpool Sunflowers is teaming up with Radio City’s Cash for Kids. In the coming months, the charities will be working together on a series of Cash for Kids fundraising events, the first of which will be a Crazy Triathlon at Formby Pools, held as part of Rossie’s 24 Hour Fundraising Marathon in September. Cash for Kids, … Read More

MP visits city charity for Cancer Prevention Week

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Riverside MP Louise Ellman paid a visit to Liverpool Sunflowers centre today to mark Cancer Prevention Week (May 14 – 18). While visiting the centre, Ms Ellman made a plea for Merseyside businesses to consider supporting their local charities, particularly in these difficult times. Liverpool Sunflowers, based in Aigburth, is a unique support service for individuals living with a cancer … Read More

City charity supports Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

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City cancer support charity Liverpool Sunflowers is urging people to educate themselves on the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer as April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. The disease is the UK’s second biggest cancer killer, but experts say but it shouldn’t be, as it is very treatable, particularly when diagnosed early. Almost 40,000 people are diagnosed with bowel cancer … Read More