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Cancer Care West supports over 3,400 people in 2018 and has seen its numbers double in the last five
The tenth Annual Greenway Cycle in aid of Local Mayo Cancer Support Centre, Rock Rose House, takes place on Sunday August 4 and was recently launched by Regina Duffy at the Westport Greenway.
The chairman of Mayo Cancer Support (Rock Rose House) has appealed to the elected members of Mayo County Council to donate funds to the charity on a yearly basis to help the organisation maintain services to the community at their current level.
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Rock Rose House - Mayo Cancer Support - is celebrating 20 years of providing care and cancer services, free of charge, to the community of Mayo and will launch a series of events next Thursday, May 16, in Bridge St., Castlebar, at 6pm, to mark the occasion.
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Castlebar native Fiona Gannon is hosting “Fiona’s Head Shave” on Saturday, February 23 in the clubhouse of Castlebar Celtic at 8pm.
Mayo has five projects shortlisted for the All Ireland Community and Council Awards. For thirteen years these awards have grown in popularity nationwide, celebrating community and councils working together.
The launch of a new Achill Outreach Service by Mayo Cancer Support took place at the end of last month in Ostan Oilean Acla and the event was very well supported, with locals, GPs and area representatives including Councillor Paul McNamara in attendance.
Cancer Care West, the West of Ireland cancer charity, is to launch a new bus service for Mayo Cancer patients who have to travel to University Hospital Galway to receive treatment for cancer.