Your Kidderminster and Worcestershire Prostate Cancer Support Group have started a Mens Shed project with the aim of providing a meeting place with the purpose of promoting; social connections, friendship, sharing of skills, laughter, having a lot of fun. We have held two meetings so far, the first where our own Dr Dick Herbert gave an amazing demonstration on life… More →
The Queens Award for Voluntary Service to the community was awarded to the Kidderminster and Worcestershire Prostate Cancer Support Group at the Town Hall in Kidderminster on Monday evening September 4th, 2017. The award was presented to our chairman Paul Brothwell by the Vice Lord – Lieutenant of Worcestershire, the Hon. Lady Morrison. In her speech Lady Morrison acclaimed the… More →
Matt Jackson and Terry Tromans gave a talk on how their support group have set up a voluntary working garden where men can offer their gardening skills and meet others where they can talk and share their experiences. Interestingly the Shed will be open for visitors at an event on the 8th July. More details will be provided soon.
Sue Boyes is the Support Group Development Officer for Prostate Cancer UK. Sue gave her talk on the role that Prostate Cancer UK provides for support groups around the country “My role is to support the national development of new groups and to continue our relationships with existing groups. Our priorities for 2017/18 will be to work in geographical areas… More →
Nicola Langford from Worcs Acute Hospital trust,receiving a cheque for £ 5000.00. in aid of the Rory the Robot fund. The money was raised through the Support Groups own fund raising efforts spearheaded by Brian Wilkes and Paul Markall. Nicky Langford’s role with Worcestershire Acute Hospital Trust is to raise funds for the Rory appeal. She has been given the… More →
Our Chairman Paul Brothwell receiving a cheque for £500.00 generously donated by the Old Carolians Lodge and presented by Mike Langdon and Mike Insull from the Lodge.