News & Updates

Due to lockdown and further restrictions we have had to close our doors and temporarily suspend our face to face services.  We have continued to provide our support online and via the telephone.
Please see the list of our remote services here.  You can also access our timetable of activities, by clicking on the timetable icon below.
The Mulberry Centre is monitoring the government advice closely, and hopes to be able to welcome you again, very soon.  We are planning to re-open the Centre for face to face appointments at the beginning of May 2021.

For information and support  call 020 8321 6300 or  email: talk@themulberrycentre.co.uk

During lockdown we have delivered

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counselling sessions
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emotional support sessions
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How we can help

Our aim is to deliver a range of information and support services to anyone affected by a diagnosis of cancer: whether the cancer patient, their main carer/supporter and those bereaved by cancer.  All our services are offered free of charge and we do not have any postcode boundaries for anyone affected by cancer.
Thanks to the ongoing funding from Hounslow Council, we are also able to extend some of our services to anyone who has a chronic illness and requires end of life care, anyone supporting someone who is receiving end of life care and those bereaved by any illness other than cancer.  To access this extended support, you must live or work in Hounslow or have been have been a recent inpatient at West Middlesex University Hospital.

“A warm and welcoming place with marvellous people who have time for you. I will never forget the day I thought my world was over, only to learn from them that it was just beginning.”

client affected by cancer

“My husband and I have been coming to The Mulberry Centre since before Christmas. The first impression was the kindness and understanding shown to us by every member of staff.”

visitor

“The Centre itself is like an oasis, calm and peaceful but still there is laughter. I had a course of reflexology provided by the Centre: I was in a very dark place at the time and it was amazing the uplift it gives me. Probably the only appointment I have had in the last 10 months that I really want to attend.”

client affected by cancer

“I am just writing to say thank you for helping me and my ex husband, at a very difficult time…”

carer

“The warmth, concern and empathy shown by the advisor and all the staff at the centre provided a tremendous support platform and a safe space…”

client affected by cancer

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Together we make all the difference

The Mulberry Centre is an independent charity and receives limited government funding.  We depend on gifts from individuals, charitable trusts and foundations and companies to continue to operate.  In order to keep our doors open we need support from you!
You can make a difference by spreading the word, fundraising, volunteering, giving a regular gift or making a one off donation.  We love to work in partnership with local and national organisations; many of those are already working with us find we benefit their organisation as well as help people affected by cancer.
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Fundraise for us

All our services are offered free of charge. The support we are able to provide is dependent on donations and fundraising.

Ways to give

The Mulberry Centre is a registered cancer support charity and the majority of our funding comes from charitable donations. The generosity of our supporters is vital.

Partnerships

The Mulberry Centre is a local charity that will engage and motivate your employees, customers, pupils, congregation or supporters, whilst generating positive PR for you!

Contact us today

Operating hours Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm

We continue to offer support and services over the phone and online.

Please call 020 8321 6300 or email talk@themulberrycentre.co.uk

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