Macmillan Cancer Support’s information bus, affectionately known as Bronwen, is coming to Pembrokeshire at the beginning of April to answer your questions about cancer.

Macmillan is encouraging anyone living nearby, or who are simply passing by, who have questions about cancer to come and say hello.

A team of trained professionals with first-hand experience of cancer treatments and front-line support services will be on hand to provide information and advice to anybody with questions about cancer.

Moray Hayman, Bronwen team lead cancer information and support specialist said: “We encourage anyone who has questions about cancer to come and see us, whether they’re living with cancer, have been recently diagnosed, are caring for someone with cancer or are worried about somebody.

“As well as answering questions on the day, we can let visitors know about other cancer services locally and provide information on a range of matters, including the physical, financial and emotional support available.

“Even if you don’t have a specific question to ask, our friendly team are always available for a chat about whatever cancer throws your way.”

Bronwen is packed with information on the different types of cancers, their symptoms and where to get help.

A private room on board lets people have more sensitive conversations with staff, who can help find the information and support that they need. In 2018 the team supported over 37,000 people in south east Wales to get the physical, financial and emotional support that they needed.

Bronwen will be appearing across Pembrokeshire in April, the dates and locations are:

Monday, April 8, Castle Square Haverfordwest, 10am – 4pm

Tuesday, April 9, Tesco Extra Haverfordwest, 9am – 3pm

Wednesday, April 10, Tesco Milford Haven, 9am – 3pm

Thursday, April 11, Tesco Pembroke Dock, 9am – 3pm

Friday, April 12, The Harbour Cark Park, Saundersfoot, 9am – 3pm

For further information about Macmillan’s mobile information and support service, and where it’s visiting, go to

If you are unable to visit the unit but have questions about cancer, visit or call the Macmillan Support Line free on 0808 808 00 00 (9am to 8pm).