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British Sign Language (BSL) support group

Our British Sign Language (BSL) support group is a specialist monthly session for the deaf community. The sessions are for people with a cancer diagnosis and those who care for someone with a diagnosis and enable BSL users to get together and share experiences with others in a similar situation. We chat about a wide variety of topics and also enjoy activities together in the local area.

If you would like to find out more about the group, please fill out the form below, call 0800 0927640 or email support@big-c.co.uk.

10am – 12noon


2nd Wednesday of the month


King’s Lynn Support Centre

We can help with…

  • How cancer affects you and your loved ones
  • What to expect from cancer treatments
  • Help to access services such as complementary therapies and welfare advice
  • Speaking to Healthcare Teams or Pharmacists on your behalf using the interpreter
  • Discuss feelings, emotions and how to manage them
  • Understanding medical terms, information and treatments
A british sign language group

If you would like to come along to a BSL support group session, get in touch below to find out more.

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At our centres across the region, we offer support to anyone affected by cancer.

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