For many people, the time when treatment has finished can be very challenging. While trying to find your way back into the life you had before your treatment, you may also be dealing with ongoing side effects from treatment and be seeking to regain self esteem and confidence. We call this a time for ‘facing the challenge of change’.

To help people during this challenge, Cherry Lodge sometime organises special events or outings. These can provide an opportunity for members to take the first step towards taking back control and moving forward in a safe and supportive environment which encourages social interaction.

Cherry Lodge Annual Lecture 2015

May 13, 2015

The 2015 Cherry Lodge Annual Lecture followed on immediately after the 2015 Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 12th May. This year’s speaker was Alison Hibberd, Carers Service Manager at Barnet Carers Centre, who proved to be an excellent choice with her very interesting and informative talk on ‘Services from Barnet Carers Centre’. Over the years, Cherry Lodge ... 

Cherry Lodge AGM 2015

May 13, 2015

Cherry Lodge Cancer Care held its 2015 Annual General Meeting at Howard House on Tuesday 12th May. The meeting was attended by a cross section of interested parties: members, volunteers, staff, trustees and patrons. Dr Margaret Clark, chairman of the trustees, began with a few words of welcome, which were followed by formal approval of  ... 

Applause for John Churchill – and thanks!

March 3, 2015

John Churchill, a member of Cherry Lodge, successfully ran the 10k London Winter Run on Sunday 1st February 2015. The run, organised by Cancer Research UK, followed a very scenic route, starting at the London Eye and passing St Paul’s cathedral and Tower Hill. John raised £1,720 for Cherry Lodge, with a lot of the money ... 

Members see England win at Wembley

September 13, 2014

Thanks to the generosity of Tradition Financial Services, four Cherry Lodge members – Nigel Francis, Tony Scully, Richard Fielden and Harry Francis – were able to take up an opportunity to enjoy a VIP evening of hospitality and football at Wembley Stadium. Their donated tickets, worth £1,000 each, were for the evening of Wednesday 3rd ...