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Room Naming Dedication
The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre were delighted to honour one of their long term supporters, The RSA Trust by naming a room in the centre in their honour. The RSA Room is one of our two therapy rooms where.....
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Clinical Nurse Specialist (hours to be agreed) An exciting opportunity for a Clinical Nurse Specialist has been created at The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre, to manage and develop advice, support and education services to cancer patients. The post-holder will.....
Sue and Angela Bake up a storm for The Nightingale
The Nightingale was delighted to receive a fantastic donation of £975.00, proceeds from an afternoon tea organised by Sue and Angela. Sue wanted to give something back for all the treatment and support she received from The Nightingale......
Triffic Trail 2018
The Nightingale are extremely grateful to the organisers of the Traffic Trail 10km race which took place on 24th June 2018 for once again supporting the charity. Following the event, Alan Collingbourne presented a cheque for £500.00 to the.....
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Lola was born selective mute and was subsequently diagnosed with autism and processing (sometimes people with autism feel like they are getting too much information and need a few moments to filter through it all). To cope with her.....
We are absolutely thrilled with our new centre and from the moment we moved in, we immediately increased our capacity to help even more people. Thank you! We wish to express a sincere “Thank You” to all of the.....
Sue made waves for The Nightingale
Sue Abbs made waves for The Nightingale in her “Swim the English Channel” Challenge Sue, who developed Lymphoedema during treatment for breast cancer, got the all clear from the Lymphoedema nurses in February 2018. She then set herself the.....
Another Successful Event
Hundreds of supporters put on their PJ’s and take to the streets in support of The Nightingale. Over 300 people put on their PJ’s and trainers and enjoyed a 15km sponsored walk around The Borough of Enfield. The.....
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