LinkAge and Macmillan Cancer Support are working in partnership to support people aged 55+ living with and beyond cancer, to access a range of inspiring creative, social and physical activities.

The Benefits

Evidence has shown that being active during or after treatment can improve your overall health and wellbeing by:

  • Aiding recovery
  • Reducing the risk of recurrence
  • Reducing tiredness and fatigue
  • Managing stress, anxiety, low mood and depression
  • Improving bone and heart health
  • Building muscle strength and maintaining a healthy weight
  • Improving sleep and appetite
  • Prevention or control of constipation

Get involved in activities

The Macmillan Prevention and Re-enablement Project can support you into a range of creative, social and physical activities and events.

Make a referral

If you are a cancer patient, have previously had cancer, are bereaved, or a carer, relative or professional supporting someone with cancer, then you can make a referral to this project.

Volunteering opportunities

Are you aged 55+ and been affected by cancer? We are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help support the project.

Are you an activity provider?

The Macmillan Prevention and Re-enablement Project is looking to work with activity providers who organise activities for over 55’s across Bristol.

Case study

Life after cancer: Grace’s story

“Exercise is the best medicine, and laughter, it’s good for you, it’s good for the heart.”

Macmillan News

Project contacts

Sally Crocker

Project Manager
0117 353 3042