Welcome to the new home of WomenvCancer

A New Website for Women V Cancer coming here soon.

Hi Alison here.

I have been fundraising since 2011 for these 3 amazing charities and using the domain www.womenvcancer.co.uk as our fundraising website. We had so many visitors looking for the Action for Charity Women V Cancer information that it makes perfect sense to sign this domain over to Women V Cancer so they have their own website.

From this point forward www.womenvcancer.co.uk will be the new home for Women V Cancer and this page will disappear as new content is added by the new owners.

I have started fundraising again for Women V Cancer Cycle India and my original website can now be found HERE, please take a look and feel free to donate đŸ™‚


Please also take a look at all three charity websites and view for yourselves the wonderful work that is going on.

Every year 46,000 women and men will receive the devastating news that they have Breast Cancer. Breast Cancer Care wants to be there for everyone of them, providing expert information and skilled emotional and practical support, informed by our expert clinical expertise and our understanding of people’s experience. With your help we can. For more information please click on and visit www.breastcancercare.org.uk

Ovarian Cancer is the biggest gynecological killer of women in the UK. 12 women die each day from the disease and the UK has one of the lowest survival rates of the developed world. Ovarian Cancer Action is dedicated to improving women’s chances of survival by funding research at the Ovarian Cancer Action Research Centre; raising awareness of the disease; and giving a voice to women affected by it. For more information please click on and visit www.ovarian.org.uk

Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust is the only UK charity dedicated to women affected by cervical abnormalities and cervical cancer. Nearly 3 women die every day in the UK from cervical cancer with 8 being diagnosed and facing an uncertain future. After breast cancer, cervival cancer is the second most common cancer in women aged 35 and under. For more information please click on and visit www. jostrust.org.uk

I hope you find all this information useful.

Alison x