Upcoming digital support events

Find out about our upcoming digital support events and how to register to join us live.

From information events to wellbeing sessions, register for our digital events and we'll send you the details for how to join us online. We also stream some of our information events live on our private Facebook groups.

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    Being Together: Wales

    Darllenwch yr wybodaeth hon yn Gymraeg

    Monday 28 June, 1pm–3.30pm 

    This live event is specific to those affected by ovarian cancer living in Wales. If you live outside of Wales, you can still sign up to the Being Together: best bits watch-along.

    Join this event to get the latest news on everything from treatment to emotional resilience, and take part in sessions created just for you – all in one place:

    • 1.00pm–1.05pm Welcome
    • 1.05pm–1.15pm Hear from someone living with ovarian cancer 
    • 1.20pm–2.00pm Ask the experts
    • 2.00pm–2.10pm Break
    • 2.10pm–2.25pm Find out about local support near you with Maggie’s
    • 2.25pm–2.55pm Introduction to emotional resilience led by Jo Soldan, Clinical Psychologist at Maggie’s Cardiff
    • 2.55pm–3.15pm Campaigning updates with Rachel Downing, Head of Policy at Target Ovarian Cancer 
    • 3.15pm–3.25pm Tea and chat

    We hope you and your loved ones can join us for the whole event, but you’re more than welcome to pop in just for the workshops that suit you. 

    National Lottery Wales Community Fund/Cronfa Gymunedol logo

    We're delighted to have been awarded a grant to help fund this event from the National Lottery Awards for All.

    This session is free to join but you'll need to register in advance. You'll be able to access the session on Zoom.


    Bod gyda’n gilydd: Cymru

    Read this information in English

    Dydd Llun, 28 Mehefin, 1pm–3.30pm

    Mae’r digwyddiad byw hwn yn arbennig ar gyfer y bobl hynny sy’n byw yng Nghymru y mae canser ofarïaidd yn effeithio arnyn nhw. Os ydych chi’n byw y tu allan i Gymru, mae hi’n dal yn bosib i chi gofrestru i Fod gyda’n gilydd: a gwylio’n uchafbwyntiau.

    Cymerwch ran yn y digwyddiad hwn i gael y newyddion diweddaraf ar bopeth o driniaeth i wydnwch emosiynol, a chymerwch ran mewn sesiynau a grëwyd yn arbennig ar eich cyfer chi – oll dan yr unto:

    • 1.00pm–1.05pm Croeso
    • 1.05pm–1.15pm Cyflwyniad gan rywun sy’n byw gyda chanser ofarïaidd 
    • 1.20pm–2.00pm Holi’r arbenigwyr
    • 2.00pm–2.10pm Egwyl
    • 2.10pm–2.25pm Rhagor o wybodaeth am y cymorth lleol sy’n agos i chi gyda Maggie’s
    • 2.25pm–2.55pm Cyflwyniad i wydnwch emosiynol dan arweiniad Jo Soldan, Seicolegydd Clinigol
    • 2.55pm–3.15pm Y diweddaraf am ymgyrchoedd gyda Rachel Downing, Pennaeth Polisi Target Ovarian Cancer 
    • 3.15pm–3.25pm Te a sgwrs

    Gobeithiwn y byddwch chi a’r bobl sy’n bwysig i chi yn gallu ymuno â ni am y digwyddiad cyfan, ond mae croeso mawr i chi alw heibio am y sesiynau sy’n addas i chi.

    National Lottery Wales Community Fund/Cronfa Gymunedol logo

    Rydym ni wrth ein boddau i dderbyn dyfarniad grant i’n helpu i ariannu’r digwyddiad hwn gan Ddyfarniadau’r Loteri Genedlaethol i Bawb.
    Ni chodir tâl am ymuno â’r sesiwn hon ond bydd yn rhaid i chi gofrestru o flaen llaw. Byddwch yn gallu cael mynediad i’r sesiwn ar Zoom.


    Being Together: best bits watch-along

    Friday 2 July, 1pm–2.30pm

    This event will show the best bits from Being Together: Wales, focusing on general information and advice. It's open to anyone affected by ovarian cancer across the UK

    Join this pre-recorded session to get the latest news on everything from treatment to emotional resilience, and enjoy the specially selected sessions – all in one place. Watch alongside women with ovarian cancer, family and friends.  

    This session is free to join, but you'll need to register in advance. You'll be able to access the session in the Ovarian Cancer Community and on Zoom. 


    Weekly yoga and relaxation session for women with a diagnosis of ovarian cancer

    Every Wednesday (2pm–3pm) and Thursday (2pm–3pm)

    Yoga is a natural way to boost wellbeing as it helps you to relax, cope with stress and anxiety, and get some gentle exercise. Staying active can help with side effects such as fatigue and improve your emotional wellbeing, an important part of life for everyone affected by ovarian cancer.

    Our instructor has experience in leading sessions for people with cancer, so will guide you safely. You can do it seated or standing – whatever feels right for you.

    This session is free but you'll need to register in advance.

    Register for this session