If you have been diagnosed with cancer and live in Sussex, our specialist activity coaches are here to help.

Taking part in physical activity during and after cancer treatment can play a huge part in enabling you to take back control.

Research has shown that staying active is safe in most cases of cancer. The benefits can include less fatigue and improved mood, reduced disease progression and decreased risk of recurrence. Being active to recommended levels can also help reduce the risk of other health conditions such as coronary heart disease and diabetes.

Why sign up to Move More Sussex?

  • Free support and advice from our cancer rehabilitation activity coaches on what activities and exercises are safe and effective through and after treatment.
  • Your coach will create a personalised activity plan for you, help you to set and reach your goals, and help you find the right activities for you.
  • Walk, bike, swim or gym – whatever you enjoy let us help you find your thing. We will also help you access free and subsidised activities near you.
  • Your coach can signpost you to your closest cancer rehab exercise class, which are subsidised and affordable and a great chance to meet like-minded people.
  • Your coach will offer support for up to 12 months to help you keep active.
  • Move More Sussex will help you to get moving, build confidence, make friends, boost your mood, improve your strength and fitness and help you to try something new. 

How do I sign up?

For more information on how our cancer activity coaches can support you, or to refer yourself, please call 01273 668591, or email: movemore@albioninthecommunity.org.uk. We look forward to hearing from you.

If you live in Brighton or Hove, please visit our Brighter Outlook page.

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