Casting for Recovery UK & Ireland, the fly fishing therapy project for ladies with breast cancer, which is administered and run by The Countryside Alliance Foundation, will be at the Pink Ribbon Conference to be held this Friday and Saturday at the Royal Society of Medicine in London. The theme of the conference will be ‘Breast cancer in the young, the pregnant and for those with family history’ and the Casting for Recovery team will be there with an exhibition stand in order to spread the word about the project and its benefits.
CfR UK&I Director Jill Grieve will be joined at the conference by Denise Flett and Lottie Weston, both of whom volunteer their specialist nursing skills to CfR. Denise and Lottie are both nurses at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London and have wide experience of caring for breast cancer patients.
Casting for Recovery UK & Ireland will soon be announcing the dates of its residential retreat programme for 2017, so stay up to date and find out more about this inspiring therapeutic programme at www.castingforrecovery.org.uk.