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Projecting grief. A photography and storytelling exhibition exploring how creativity can help healing after loss. Pop up exhibition. Trafford Centre, Manchester. 6-12th May 2024. PG X NHS Greater Manchester.
The 6th-12th May is Dying Matters Awareness Week, encouraging all communities to get talking. Learn about workshops in Greater Manchester to help deal with grief.
Read more about Projecting Grief Exhibition comes to The Trafford Centre to raise awareness of Dying Matters Week

Training and Learning

Diabetes and Ramadan - free online courses.
MyWay Digital Health are offering a free course to learn all about managing diabetes during Ramadan.
Read more about Free support for managing diabetes during Ramadan.


Rochdale Walk All Over Cancer. Early diagnosis and detection. 2024 events. Chat to us about all things cancer. Screening advice, Emotional support, Money worries, Diet and nutrition, Cancer treatments.
A series of roadshows have been organised throughout the Rochdale borough.
Read more about Rochdale Roadshows Walk All Over Cancer


Head and shoulders shot of a man next to a speech bubble containing the words don't let embarrassment stop you catching prostate cancer early. embarassment stop you c
The NHS mobile ‘clinic in a van’ is coming to Wigan and Leigh so staff can talk to men about their risk of prostate cancer.
Read more about This Van Can rolls into Wigan and Leigh

Opportunity to get involved

A large group of smiling people standing on grass in a park against a backdrop of green trees. They are wearing running and walking gear and blue tops with 5K Your Way on the front.
Could you help at a monthly community event for people affected by cancer?
Read more about Volunteers needed to support Bolton 5k Your Way


Consultant surgeon Sotonye Tolofari standing in front of ThisVanCan, a mobile NHS prostate cancer clinic.
A new NHS mobile ‘clinic in a van’ is coming to Middleton and Rochdale so staff can talk to men about their risk of prostate cancer. The ThisVanCan roadshow is aimed at black men aged over 45 who are more at risk of developing prostate cancer than other men. 1 in 4 black men will develop prostate cancer.
Read more about Check your cancer risk – NHS mobile van comes to Middleton and Rochdale

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