4Cancer Group

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Welcome to the 4 Cancer website, the part of the 4 Cancer Group that organises days out and short breaks for families affected by cancer. This is what we call "respite".

Our respite trips have been creating memories for families affected by cancer since 2001. From sailing days to short breaks at UK holiday parks, we give families something to look forward to during the most difficult of times.

We believe that ‘time’ is our most precious commodity. Time spent with the people we love, away from the stresses of everyday life at home, can make all the difference. We bring families together in wonderful locations and enable them to create memories which last a lifetime.

Creating memories for families living with cancer since 2001

Years Operating
People Helped
Respite Days

Latest News

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Covid-19 Vaccine Cancer Patients

COVID-19 Vaccines For Cancer Patients (Update)

There has been some confusion around what COVID-19 vaccine priority groups people with cancer will fit into.  This is obviously a very unsettling time for people with underlying health conditions (especially cancer). In January, NHS England (NHSE) stated that people … Read more

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COVID-19 Respite Programme (Update)

COVID-19 Respite Programme (Update) Due to the Novel Coronavirus outbreak the charity’s office in Southwick (West Sussex), will now be closed until 1 June 2021.  We will review this situation again on 1 August in line with the latest advice … Read more

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‘4 Cancer Group’ Research (Update)

Based purely on feedback from families the charity has helped, we are continually improving the respite services that the charity offers.  These range from days out for the ‘family unit’ to longer short-breaks for families affected by cancer.

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Days Out

Days out to relax with friends and family...

Short Breaks

Create lasting memories which last a lifetime...

Research

We measure our impact on the people we help...

Respite Gallery

Some of the people we have helped...