Meeting day and time
We meet several times a year on a Thursday evening from 6 to 7.30pm
Please see below for meeting dates and other useful information.
King's - Ellinor Wellving, Lymphoma Clinical Nurse Specialist on 020 3299 2041
Guy's - Karen Stanley, Haematology Advanced Nurse Practitioner on 020 7188 9333
King’s - King's College Hospital, Clare Vaughan Room, Post Graduate Medical Centre, Ground Floor, Weston Education Centre, Bessemer Road, Denmark Hill, London SE5 9JP
Guy’s - Meeting Room, Dimbleby Cancer Services, Welcome Village, Guys Cancer Centre, London SE1 9RT
Directions to King's
Enter the hospital grounds via Caldecot Road. There is a one-way system through to Cutcombe Road, where the Weston Education Centre is situated. If dropping someone off, drive past the main entrance to the hospital, bearing right at the bend, to find the venue on your left hand side.
For those using their smartphone / satnav, the full address and postcode for the meeting venue is 10 Cutcombe Road, London SE5 9RJ
The approach to the car park is made via Coldharbour Lane. Turn into Caldecot Road, then right into Bessemer Road and right again into Cutcombe Road.
Parking is pay on foot prior to leaving the car park and there are machines in the car park. The charges are £2.50 per hour for the first two hours, then £2 per hour afterwards. The machines are cash only, so bring sufficient coins.
The following bus routes go near the hospital 35, 40, 42, 45, 68, 176, 185, 345, 468, 484
The nearest tube stations are Oval, Brixton and Elephant & Castle but you'll probably need a bus as well.
Denmark Hill is the closest overground train station and is about a 5 minute walk from the main hospital.
Directions to Guys
The Guy’s Cancer Centre is located near the Borough Wing.
There is limited disabled parking opposite the centre on Snowsfield. There is no visitor parking available at the hospital. There is a public NCP car park on Kipling Street, however, inner London parking can be expensive.
The closest tube station is Borough but London Bridge is also close by. Bus routes 21.35, 40,133 and 343 run nearby on Borough High Street.
Going to a meeting for the first time
Going to a lymphoma support group for the first time can feel like a big step. If you would like to talk to the group organisers about it, call Karen or Ellinor on the numbers above.
You are also welcome to call Lymphoma Action on our Freephone helpline on 0808 808 5555 (Mon-Fri 10am-3pm) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org