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Their Running Shoes Are On!


Members of the PHODU nursing team at Withybush smashed it on Saturday when they participated in this years Cardiff Virtual Half Marathon held on the 2nd October.

Well done from all of us at the charity

They provide such a vital service here for us in the county so if you would like to support them in their fundraising for the

Cancer Day Unit then click on the link below.


Above:   Suzann, Jenny,Tracey and Leann 


Helen is pictured 2nd right with Penny

Cycling in Support of               Others

Members of the CDU Nursing team were delighted to join us outside the hospital to accept a cheque from Helen Coles and Penny Lees. They both completed a challenging five day West to East cycle journey across England (some 200 plus miles) in aid of the CDU.

Helen, an ex-patient at the Unit, received amazing support from friends and family, raising an incredible £5,700 in the process.

What a challenge ! 

Well done from all at the charity.

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30 Swims in 30 Days Achieved!

Alan Williams and his vast band of supporters held their final swim on the 30th June at Broad Haven. Thanks to his efforts and the wonderful support he has had, the result is a generous  £1,300 to our charity with a similar amount going to local mental health charity -Get The Boys a Lift.

Alan commented on the experience:

"I wish to thank every single person for their involvement. 30 days 30 swims in memory of Branka was a small idea which snowballed into an uplifting and emotional event. It has been completed with everybody's encouragement and support. Your generosity has amazed me. Thank you one and all."

New Cancer Support Service Heading to Pembrokeshire


The Old Mill Foundation based in Penclawdd is planning to expand its service of CANCER SUPPORT by opening a facility in the Narberth area in the next month or so.
The Foundation's aim is to provide emotional and physical support by taking an holistic approach to help promote health and well-being.
Services include reflexology, massage, reiki, crystals, hot stone therapy, bio-aura clearance and Indian head massage.
Look out for future updates.

Valuable Hi Tec Items Are on Their Way

We are delighted that our charity is funding some new equipment which will enhance the work of the nursing team. In the next few weeks PHODU nurses will each have access to their own I-Pad to assist them in recording and sharing up to the minute patient data with clinical colleagues.

In addition, we have purchased the latest in height and weight monitoring equipment.

(see our OUR PURCHASES page)

An Afternoon to Treasure

Following the recent closure of our charity shop the Trustees decided to arrange a thank you get together for all of our fantastic volunteers at wonderful

Crug Glas Country House.

All were treated to a lovely afternoon tea provided by Sandra and her team at Crug Glas and we were delighted to be joined by most of the nursing team from the Cancer Day Unit who wanted to offer their thanks.


How special!

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Our Very Last Day
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A photo of the "Saturday Crew" just before we closed the shop for the last time.

Onwards and Upwards!


Pictured: Rosemary, Trish and Bernie


Support for PHODU Patients

In respose to a request which came from the senior nursing team at the Pembrokeshire Haematology and Oncology Day Unit, our charity is now able to support patients or their carers who are struggling with their finances as a result of their cancer diagnosis.


For more information contact the Macmillan Cancer Support advice centre at the entrance to Withybush Hospital. Alternatively, speak to one of the nurses in the Unit.

Extra Help for Pembrokeshire Patients

We've launched a brand new information website aimed at bringing together in one place the information, services and advice which you may need.

The information can be viewed  here:  


Knowledge and Information for Pembrokeshire Patients