Our classes and groups offer a welcome diversion for many and are a great way to meet other people who understand exactly what you are going through. 

Find out what's going on in our centres below.

What's on

Carers Group :- Group Setting

This group offers carers the opportunity to meet new people whilst learning a self-help tool that is easy to learn.

Thursday | 10:30 - 12:30 | Weekly
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Body and Mind :- Group Setting

An opportunity to take a step back, aware from the pressures of life and just relax.

Thursday | 13:45 - 14:45 | Weekly
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Lung Cancer Support Group :- Group Setting

Clinical Nurse Specialist Led

Friday | 10:00 - 12:00 | 1st Friday of the month
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Art Group :- Group Setting

Fun, creative time-out to chat, explore creativity and learn new skills. Supported by an experienced art teacher

Thursday | 13:00 - 15:00 | Weekly
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Holistic Approach to Skin Care :- Group Setting

A series of workshops covering wellbeing topics, such as diet, vitamins, skin care, make-up and hair. Forthcoming dates: 26th April, 21st June, 20th September and 22nd November

Friday | 13:00 - 15:00 | Occasional
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Stoma Support Group :- Group Setting

Information, support and advice. New product demonstrations, short talks and a chance to speak with Stoma care nurses. Refreshments provided.
Friday 14th June and Friday 8th November

Ad-Hoc | 10:00 - 12:30 | 14th June and 8th November
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Drop-In group :- Group Setting

Support for anyone affected by cancer.

Tuesday | All Day | Weekly
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01274 77 66 88

I have received the most amazing support help and support from the therapy sessions. The therapist was so kind and knowledgeable. I truly could not have got through the last year without this support.

After my cancer diagnosis I was anxious and confused. Although I had great support at home I felt I needed more help without burdening my nearest and dearest. I called in at CSY where I was made to feel very welcome and put at ease by the friendly staff.


I have really enjoyed my massages that one hour a week helped me empty my mind of horrible thoughts.

I am a cancer survivor and owe a lot to Cancer Support Yorkshire for helping me out of that very deep, dark hole. I now fundraise to give a bit back and to help others because I know what they're going through.