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Whether you were diagnosed today or ten years ago we can support you, and those you love.
Please scroll down to find out more about all our support services.

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Workshops and classes

Our online and in-person workshops and classes assist patients in managing the key issues and pain points when faced with a breast cancer diagnosis, through treatment and beyond including: 

  • Side effects of chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery
  • Psychological impact e.g. stress, anxiety, depression & body image
  • Menopausal symptoms
  • Lymphoedema and mobility
  • Fatigue
  • Longterm implications of treatment

To find out more about all our workshops and classes or to book please click on button below.


Professional advice

Future Dreams offers a diverse range of one-to-one professional services for those living with a breast cancer diagnosis, through treatment and beyond.  At present this includes:

  • Appointments with Lead Breast Clinical Nurse Specialist and Breast Care Nurse, Jackie Wright
  • Counselling sessions with Diane Burnett, a qualified counsellor and a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
  • Bra and prosthesis fittings and advice post treatment, surgery and augmentation with specialist fitter, Monica Harrington
One-to-One Professional Advice


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one-to-one therapies

Future Dreams offers a diverse range of one-to-one therapies to address the key issues and pain points of those living with a breast cancer diagnosis, through treatment and beyond. This includes:

  • Acupuncture with Lisa Behzadi. A qualified Auricular (Ear) Acupuncturist and a specialist NADA and Battlefield Acupuncture Practitioner.
  • Reflexology and facial massage with Karen Hertzog. Karen has 21 years of experience in Reflexology and Facial Massage.
  • ‘Relaxation, Well-being & Lymphoedema’ – Reflexology with Karen Joseph, an experienced practitioner in Reflexology & Acupuncture.
  • Oncology Massage with Emilie Charlesworth.
One-to-One Therapies Advice


Tanya Buxton nipple tattooist


As we continue to develop our services we are always mindful of the needs and demands of the breast cancer community. We are pleased to introduce nipple tattooing to our list of services.  We will be offering one-to-one consultations with three very talented artists, Sarah, Tanya and Rachel.  Please register your interest by clicking on the button below.

Register Your Interest
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Going through breast cancer can feel a cruelly isolating.  We work with Breast Care Specialists to distribute Dream Boxes to those patients most in need and to ensure nobody feels alone through treatment.  Each box contains a selection of products suitable to treat the side effects of treatment (eg hair loss, skin changes).

During the height of the pandemic and when Government rules on social distances where at their strictest, thousands of patients undertook appointments and treatments on their own – a lonely and terrifying experience.  Throughout this time we delivered more than 7,000 Dream Boxes.

To find more please contact  You will be required to register for this service.

Dream Boxes are funded by donations. If you would like to donate, please contact us on the email above.


Helping you through breast cancer and beyond.

In September 2021, we launched the Future Dreams Online Support Hub hosted by Ticking Off Breast Cancer. This is where we provide practical advice for anyone standing at the edge of the breast cancer precipice not knowing which way to turn – and for their partners, families and friends who would like to know how to help.

Support Hub


We run an array of wonderful support groups at the house,  and so there is something for everybody.  We host a monthly ‘BRCA meet-up’ for those that carry the BRCA gene.  As well as this, the fabulous “Black Women Rising” group, The “2ndary Sisters”, and “Fran’s Girls Night In” (for women under 40 touched by breast cancer), also gather monthly at the house, These groups and the events they host are all about providing a safe supportive space for conversations with people experiencing similar circumstances, in a warm, non-clinical environment.

Details of all upcoming Support Group meetings can be found on our booking platform.


Future dreams magazine

Our 2022 edition of the annual Future Dreams Magazine is now available, in both PDF and physical formats. Featuring empowering stories from thrivers on their experiences, informational articles with tips and tricks on how to navigate treatments and other aspects of your, or somebody close to you’s breast cancer journey, from point of diagnosis to beyond.

View the magazine

Our podcast ‘and then came breast cancer’.

Episodes of our award winning podcast, hosted by journalist and breast cancer thriver,  Victoria Derbyshire covers a range of important topics, from breast cancer and pregnancy, to therapy, to nutrition and beyond.

And Then Came Breast Cancer won the Bullseye Award at the 2022 British Podcast Awards.  The category honours the podcasts that are producing exceptional listening experiences for niche audiences and those underrepresented in other British media.

Listen to the Podcast

Now it’s your turn

You can help us to help those touched by breast cancer.

Sylvie Henry and Danielle Leslie founders of Future Dreams breast cancer support
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Donate to those touched by BREAST cancer

Sylvie and Danielle began Future Dreams with just £100 in 2008. They believed nobody should face breast cancer alone.  Their legacy lives on in Future Dreams House.  We couldn’t continue to fund support services for those touched by breast cancer, raise awareness of breast cancer and promote early diagnosis and advance research into secondary breast cancer without your help. Please consider partnering with us or making a donation.

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