We might have seemed quiet recently but we have been really busy developing our programmes and activities with our new nursing lead Karen Moseley. Fully Resourced Nursing Team We have some new nursing team members. The team is now fully resourced and carrying on...
Get Active Scheme launched We launched our Get Active Scheme to encourage newly diagnosed people to return to activity as soon as possible. We managed to get a mention in the local press and were generously supported by Angie at email@example.com who designed our logo...
Thank you for fundraising for HCCN during July 2016 Please select any image to view a larger version and read the description/caption. Thank you to Mandy Hall who cut her hair for charity to show support for her niece. Here’s the before and after. I think you’ll agree...
Thank you for fundraising for HCCN during April, May and June 2016 Conference April 2016 …was, as ever, an excellent and informative day. A true partnership between the nursing service who design the day, the charity who fund the day and the Racecourse whose...
Thank you for Fundraising for HCCN during April 2016 Insane Terrain They chose the right name for the event. Mud, cold water and so much laughing and then so many people obviously feeling very proud of themselves for completing what looked from where I was sitting to...
Lance McCarthy CEO of Hinchingbrooke hospital will be taking part in this year’s London Marathon. He will be jointly raising funds for Macmillan Cancer Research and HCCN. Lets show him how much we value what he is doing by clicking on to his Justgiving page...
We are really grateful that the White Hart in Great Staughton are running their postponed Christmas draw with all of the proceeds going to us. (We understand some of the Christmas prizes will now be substituted! 🤣🤣)
Zoom Meeting on Tuesday 27th April 2021 at 10.00am
WE ARE BEING JOINED BY ALICIA AND SHE IS GOING TO BE DEMONSTRATING THE THERMOMIX. HERE'S A LITTLE ABOUT HER AND A MAGIC MACHINE.
"I'm Alicia Sherring., I live in Peterborough with my husband, Toby, and two children - Sophia and James.
My background is in teaching - I have taught English and History both in the UK and Perth, Australia.
While we were in Oz, I came across the amazing Thermomix which is extremely popular there and as common as having a microwave. Upon my return, I discovered that very few of my friends and family had heard of the machine and so decided to become a Thermomix advisor rather than returning to the classroom full-time.
I feel very privileged to be spreading the good news about how having a Thermomix in your kitchen can save my customers time, money and space and help create healthy, nutritious food quickly and easily.
I am very excited to be showing you the amazing Thermomix in April. I will show you Cookidoo - our recipe platform which has over 60,000 recipes for customers to choose from. The platform creates a shopping list and sends it to the supermarket!
During our session, I'll be making some delicious Wholemeal Bread, a 5 Second Salad, Curried Parsnip Soup and Cherry Sorbet.
My cooking classes are always great fun with lots of interaction so please feel free to ask any questions."
INTERESTED? Let us know in the comments below and we will send you the zoom link.
HCCN Conference 20th April 2021. Here's another Breakout Group speaker.
Lynn Reader, is qualified as a Reflexologist for almost 6 years ago, offering Reflexology to clients in Huntingdon and surrounding areas, and as a Volunteer with HCCN at the Ellington Drop-in.
She is presenting Reflexology and spreading the word that Reflexology is recognised as a beneficial therapy working alongside standard healthcare, supporting clients at all stages of their cancer diagnosis.
During the presentation, she will introduce the theory behind the therapy, the many benefits which include stress relief, improved sleep and an enhanced sense of well-being. She'll let you know what to expect during a Reflexology Session and we'll do some Self Help Hand Reflexology Techniques focusing on calming, breathing and relaxation.
Join us at our conference on Tuesday, 20th April 2021 - This is one of our Breakout Group Speakers
Kate Beed is Head of Training at Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire Mind. Her team delivers mental health training to businesses and community groups with the aim of reducing the stigma that still exists around mental health and increasing understanding about the positive steps we can all take to look after our mental health. In this session, Kate will focus on the importance of self-care, particularly at the moment, and will give tips about how to find the things that will work for you.