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Our new Mobile Support Unit

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Our third and newest Mobile Support Unit, is the largest mobile chemotherapy space in the world. It's been funded thanks to generous donations from individuals and organisations, both big and small, with significant donations from principal funder Walk the Walk, Welsh Government, The Fairwood TrustThe Simon Gibson Charitable Trust and Carten 100.

It will be officially launched in October, before going into service, bringing chemotherapy and other treatments closer to home. 

This third Unit brings our fleet to three, and joins an existing chemotherapy Unit, and one which brings lymphoedema care, closer to home. Our Units not only help save lives, they give cancer patients more precious time with the people they love

The spec

This Unit has seven chemotherapy chairs (our first Mobile Support Unit only has four) so we'll be able to treat more patients than ever before. It's 60% bigger than our first Unit, and we'll be able to deliver a wider range of treatments. 

Take the tour

Take a 360 tour of our new Mobile Support Unit. Click on the link below, and naviagate by clicking on the circles on the floor. You can see our treatment space, rooms, and reception area. 

The build

The build took 36 weeks to complete and we took delivery in July 2018. Look back and see how it progressed in the timelapse video below. 

Support our Unit

Keeping this vital service on the road costs £800 every day. Could you help us continue to bring cancer treatment Closer to Home? It's easy to donate online, either by making a single donation, or by setting up a Direct Debit. And Gift Aid can increase your gift by 25% at no extra cost to you.

Our Dedication Tree

Our beautiful Dedication Tree takes pride of place in the waiting area of our Mobile Support Unit.

As well as being a way to acknowledge the generous supporters who make this service possible, patients, their families and friends can dedicate a leaf or acorn in thanks or in memory.

The money donated will go towards the running costs of our Units, helping to make sure the service is available for other families affected by cancer, in the years to come.
Your acorn or leaf can be engraved with a personalised message. Your plaque will be in place for all visitors to read for at least two years.