If you are having, or have had, treatment for cancer, there are a few additional issues to consider when travelling.

If you are still having treatment, we recommend you speak with a member of the healthcare team that is treating you. They can advise you as to the suitability of your journey and any precautions you should take.

The LJMC team is also pleased to help answer any questions you may have.

Macmillan Cancer Support Macmillan Cancer Support

Lists things to think about before you travel

The Grove, Bournemouth The Grove, Bournemouth

A hotel in Bournemouth with 24-hour nursing expertise on call

Lasting Memories Cancer Trust Lasting Memories Cancer Trust

Organises and funds Memorable Days to offer respite and relief away from the stress of a cancer diagnosis and the affect it has on daily life. For residents of Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire.

Park House Hotel Park House Hotel

A unique hotel in Norfolk for people with physical disabilities (run by Leonard Cheshire)

Donna's Dream House Donna’s Dream House

Free holiday experiences in Blackpool for children and teenagers with life-threatening illnesses and their families

Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust

Through sailing, rebuilds young people’s confidence after treatment

Sail4Cancer Sail4Cancer

Provides water-based respite days and holidays for families affected by cancer

Teens Unite Teens Unite

Brings together young people for social, emotional and physical support through workshops, activities and residential stays

Willow Foundation Willow Foundation

Special days for young people (aged 16-40) with a life-threatening illness

Youth Cancer Trust Holidays Youth Cancer Trust Holidays

Provides support and free activity holidays in Bournemouth for young people (14-30 years) living with cancer