We’re delighted that our newest Centre, Maggie’s Oldham, is now open.
Our Centre is in the grounds of The Royal Oldham Hospital. We’re the wooden rectangular building with the glass roof, beside A&E and opposite the Victoria building.
We’re open Monday to Friday, from 9am – 5pm. No referral is required, so just drop in.
Please check back in the coming weeks for updated information on our full programme of cancer support.
Maggie’s Oldham has been made possible by the enormous generosity of the Stoller Charitable Trust, which has fully funded the Centre.
The Centre offers psychological support, benefits advice, nutrition workshops, relaxation and stress management, art therapy and yoga.
The building has been designed by dRMM, an international studio of architects and designers, whose projects include the Tower of Love Festival Headline in Blackpool, Rundeskogen in Norway (with helen & Hard Architects), WoodBlock House and Kingsdale School in London.
The studio is renowned for creating architecture that is innovative, high quality and socially useful and have used this expertise and experience to create the calm, uplifting environment so important to the people who visit and work in our Centre.