Women On the Move Against Cancer (WOMAC) is delighted to announce it will support Dimbleby Cancer Care in 2020 with fundraising to begin at its annual party on Tuesday 11 February 2020.

Taking place between 18:30 and 22:00, with more than 150 guests expected to raise awareness for a very worthwhile cause, the event will be held at The Vestibules, Freemasons’ Hall, in London. Early party arrivals will have the opportunity to view the magnificent Grand Temple between 18:30 and 19:30. The party will host a buffet supper and the popular raffle and tombola will return to offer first-class prizes in return for guests’ generous donations for WOMAC’s 2020 charity.

The Dimbleby Macmillan Support Centre is a service based at Queen Mary’s Hospital in Sidcup. As part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, it offers specialist information and support to local people affected by cancer. The charity was set up in 1966 in memory of renowned broadcaster Richard Dimbleby and is based at Guy’s Cancer Centre, London. Its mission is to help make life better for people facing cancer in the UK today.

Dealing with a cancer diagnosis can be difficult not only for the person with cancer, but for their family and friends as well. Finding the right information or the right person to talk to can often make living with cancer that bit easier. The service is staffed two days per week by a cancer information clinical nurse specialist (CNS), offering a range of information on all aspects of living with cancer.

“We were so happy when WOMAC contacted us to offer its support in 2020 and are really hoping that the fundraising event in February will be successful in raising awareness about the value of keeping cancer patients and their families informed on how to deal with the diagnosis”, said Dr Sue Smith, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Dimbleby Cancer Care.

“I am absolutely delighted with WOMAC’s choice to support Dimbleby Cancer Care in 2020. It means a great deal personally. Dimbleby Macmillan is such a friendly and caring charity that has been such a support through my health troubles last year. I have been fortunate to witness at first-hand how helpful and supportive it is to those experiencing a seismic time in their lives”, said Sue Baker, who was affected by cancer.

Georgia Fox, Chair of WOMAC, added: “We are thrilled to support Dimbleby Cancer Care in 2020, and at such a unique venue. Charities like this prove that apart from treatment patients and their families need support and information in the fight against cancer. We look forward to welcoming you all to the party in February."

For more details regarding the event and how to buy tickets, please contact Nicola Humphreys on nicola.humphreys@imprimatur.co.uk  or visit our Eventbrite page to purchase tickets online.

Donations can be made via WOMAC’s JustGiving page by visiting


About Dimbleby Cancer Care
Dimbleby Cancer Care provides practical and psychological support for people living with cancer, their families and carers. The charity was set up in 1966 in memory of renowned broadcaster Richard Dimbleby and is based at Guy’s Cancer Centre, London. Its mission is to help make life better for people facing cancer in the UK today.

Website: http://www.dimblebycancercare.org/

About Freemasons’ Hall
Freemasons’ Hall stands on Great Queen Street on a site that has been used to hold meetings for Freemasons since 1775. The current building was opened in 1933 as a peace memorial to honour the 3,000 Freemasons who fought and died during the First World War.

One of the finest Art Deco buildings in London still used for its original purpose, Freemasons' Hall welcomes more than 200,000 people from across the world through its doors every year, including members visiting for meetings and guests attending special events.

Website: https://www.ugle.org.uk/freemasons-hall

Women On the Move Against Cancer is a group of female volunteers working in the automotive industry. It was established in 1979 and aims to continue the fight against cancer by supporting a variety of projects, searching for more effective treatments or improving the quality of life for cancer sufferers, their families and carers.

Website: www.womac.co.uk


Get your tickets... 2020

Get your tickets... 2020

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