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‘Move Ahead’ with CU Fitter

At the point of cancer diagnosis CU Fitter offer an initial assessment of what support and exercise interventions are best suited to aid your cancer journey.

Introduction

A general introduction to Cancer United and CU Fitter, that provides an overview of the CU Fitter classes and the Cancer Support Group.

After the talk, guests are invited to sign up for our “Move Ahead” initial assessment of what support and exercise interventions are best suited to aid your cancer journey.

Cancer United Support Group Meeting

You can expect a warm welcome from our members of the support group, and have the opportunity to talk about yourself and your experience of cancer.

Cancer United Support Group Meeting

You can expect a warm welcome from our members of the support group, and have the opportunity to talk about yourself and your experience of cancer.

Cancer United Support Group Meeting

You can expect a warm welcome from our members of the support group, and have the opportunity to talk about yourself and your experience of cancer.

CU Support Group Meeting (Wick)

If you have been affected by cancer, whether personally or through a loved one and you feel you would like some support, please come and join us this Tuesday at Wick Village hall where you can meet others in a similar situation and let us help you in whatever way we can.

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CU Fitter at the Fox 2014

Sunday, 13th July 2014, is the date for our Big Event this year, the “CU Fitter at the Fox 2014” 5K Charity Trail Run, and will be held at The Fox Public House in Patching. Paul Moore has very kindly offered us the use of the grounds around his pub and this will be the start of the “CU Fitter at the Fox 2014” 5K Charity Trail Run through Angmering Park Estate, which we intend to hold in the morning. After the race there will be an opportunity to enjoy other fund raising options as part of a family fun day. Food will be available to purchase all day provided by Paul so you can rest assured the quality will be excellent.

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Laughter Therapy

We were swapping stories in our group meeting the other day which inevitably resulted in us rolling about in absolute stitches! Here’s the culprit that set us off, from our very own hilarious and wonderful Charlie:

My father came over from Paris to visit and took my youngest daughter and myself out for lunch on Worthing seafront. 
 
Following lunch, my father went to pay and realised that he had left his wallet in the boot of my car, so I suggested I went back and picked it up. With that, I left the shop and trotted along the pavement.I hadn’t got further than 400 yds when a huge gust of wind whipped the wig from my head with no ‘lifting’ warning! Absolutely dumb founded and suitably embarrassed, I looked to where the wig had been whisked away to……….only on the other side of the blooming road!! It had delicately landed in front of a people carrier, whose occupant had obviously seen the amazing event and stopped, so as not to run over it!

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