Carla Whitbread

Though Carla Whitbread now lives with her husband and children in Lymington, Hampshire, she was born and raised in Portugal and spent fifteen years in the US. She speaks with an interesting mix of accents which seems special to her. Her two children, Etienne and Spencer, were four and six… Read more »

Carly Appleby

When BBC journalist and producer Carly Appleby interviewed Christine Mills, MBE, founder of Hope for Tomorrow, about her charity, she never dreamed that she’d soon have first-hand knowledge of the services it offers. Hope for Tomorrow brings cancer care closer to home via its fleet of Mobile Cancer Care Units… Read more »

Lynsey Davies

In October 2017 Lynsey was diagnosed with primary breast cancer. Two years later she married her long-term partner, Ben. At their wedding, Lynsey and Ben decided to raise money for Hope for Tomorrow. Lynsey was initially diagnosed with Primary Breast Cancer in October 2017 and finished treatment in July 2018…. Read more »

Rachel Stokes

The journey from Rachel Stokes’ home in Great Waldingfield in West Suffolk to the nearest hospital in Bury St Edmonds would be 15 miles – a 30-mile round trip. But thanks to Hope for Tomorrow’s Mobile Cancer Care Unit (MCCU), which visits nearby Sudbury Community Health Centre every week, Rachel… Read more »

Sam Mcbride

“I’m so pleased to be able to have treatment a mile from my home when my local hospital is twenty miles away,” says Sam McBride of her experience with Hope for Tomorrow’s Mobile Cancer Care Unit (MCCU) in Sudbury, Suffolk. Living in Great Cornard near Sudbury, Sam had previously attended… Read more »

John Williams

Doughnuts and a cuppa on board Hope for Tomorrow’s MCCU in Ludgershall John Williams was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in early 2015 and underwent an operation in March that year. A few months later he started a course of chemotherapy, which continued for about six months. John and his wife,… Read more »