We provide services at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital and Royal Hampshire County Hospital.

Click on the links above to find out more about our services at each hospital.

To find our more about national services that are available and for more general information please use the information below.

Basingstoke area

Basingstoke Breast Cancer Self Help Group: www.basingstokebreastcancer.org.uk

  • Angela: 07939 641187
  • Renee: 07717 873090

Pink place support group: www.thepinkplace.org.uk

  • The Pink Place, c/o Taylors Hair & Beauty Salon, 3 Wote Street, Basingstoke, RG21 7NE
  • Telephone: 07899 970 841
  • Emailinfo@thepinkplace.org.uk

Alton area

Bravefront (Alton based support group):

Andover area

Andover Cancer Support Group:

  • Venue: Day Room, Countess Brecknock Hospice, Andover War Memorial Hospital, Carlton Road, Andover.
  • Time: 3pm - 4.30pm, on the second Tuesday every month.

Winchester area

Winchester Cancer Support Group (run by survivors for survivors): www.winchesterbreastcancer.uk

  • Telephone: 01962 658170
  • Venue: The Simeon Room, Christchurch Church Hall, Christchurch Road, Winchester, SO23 9SR
  • Time: 7.30 - 9.00pm, first Tuesday of the month except January and August
  • Cost: £1 for tea and biscuits

Eastleigh area

Eastleigh Cancer Support Group (run by survivors for survivors)​​​​​​: www.winchesterbreastcancer.uk

  • Telephone: 01962 658170
  • Venue: Wessex Cancer Trust, 91-95 Winchester Roadd, Chandler’s Ford, Eastleigh SO53 2GG
  • Time: 7.30 - 9.00pm, third Tuesday of the month except December and August
  • Cost: £1 for tea and biscuits

We recommend that women concerned about the safety of their PIP breast implants should contact their GP or implanting surgeon / clinic. Further advice has been issued by the Department of Health and joint statements of the Association of Breast Surgery www.associationofbreastsurgery.org.uk, Royal College of Surgeons and British Association of Aesthetic and Plastic Surgeons.

Any women with PIP implants who have new breast symptoms, such as a new lump, inflammation or a change in the shape of the breast, should be seen by their GP and referred to the breast service for urgent assessment in the usual way. In line with current Department of Health guidance, at present there is no recommendation for routine removal of PIP breast implants.

MHRA advice about breast implants.

Validation of the 3D laser as a tool to measure breast volume in women undergoing treatment for breast cancer and other breast diseases: