Here’s when we are holding our next meetings
Mindfulness with Bruce Greenhalgh
Every Wednesday evening @ 7pm via Zoom
Come along and enjoy a session with Bruce and meet like-minded OBBG members. Bruce offers the best mindfulness tools and practices to build your mindfulness habit. All OBBG members can join a session at any point in the series. It is a great way to meet others and enjoy a session with Bruce, who offers all the right mindfulness tools and practices to build your mindfulness habit. Zoom details will be emailed to you.
Please see the timetable below for Bruce’s next block of Mindfulness sessions
@ 7pm on Wednesdays:
Sept 13, 20
Oct 11, 18, 25
Nov 1, 8, 15
You will be emailed the link if you are signed up to the email subscription list.
Monthly Meetings – open to all OBBG members
Saturday, 16th September 2023 at 10:30am–midday
The Manor Hospital, Conference Room, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7RP
“The role of medical tattooing for women affected with breast cancer”
by Blaize Lynch, an Oxford-based cosmetic and medical tattoo artist
Friday 29th September, Saturday 30th October and 1st October, Thames Pathway, OBBG’s Sponsored Walk
Raise funds for OBBG post-surgery bags, patient binders for breast cancer nurses to distribute to patients at The Churchill, and other aspects of our work, with OBBG’s Sponsored Walk along Thames Pathway. Sign up for this much-anticipated Thames Path walk fundraiser for OBBG – we want to raise at least £10,000 so please join in, give generously and ask all your friends and families, too. All details in link below – feel free to share the link below far and wide: https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/oxfordbreastbuddywalk
Saturday, 5th November 2023 – OBBG’s Annual Elizabeth Toohig lecture
at The Manor Hospital, Conference Room, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7RP at 10am– midday
This year we are delighted to announce our keynote speaker is Carolyn Taylor, Professor of oncology and honorary clinical oncologist Carolyn Taylor from University of Oxford, one of the lead authors of a BMJ article (published in June 2023) showing a marked improvement in breast cancer mortality over the last two decades.
More details and title of talk will be emailed to members via MailChimp.
Want to join one of the meetings?
Please state your name and the meeting/s you want to join and provide your phone number in the body of your email.
Missed a meeting and/or want to watch one again?
Go to the reLIVE page.