Meet The Team

Your local information and support team

Sue Summerfield

Sue Summerfield

Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Service Manager Sue qualified as a nurse in 1990 and has over 20yrs experience of working within cancer care. Sue was a Macmillan Lung Cancer Nurse before working as a Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Service Manager. Sue Joined the Bolton Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Service in December 2014, and feels very privileged to be part of a much needed service. Sue has trained as a ‘Hope course’ facilitator, which is a course that supports people following cancer treatment and helps people overcome some of the issues that cancer and its treatment brings. Sue is passionate about providing a high quality information & support service that meets the needs of people affected by cancer.

Kelly Gordon

Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Service Deputy Manager Kelly joined Macmillan in 2015 following 12 years with the Ambulance Service as a Paramedic. Kelly is passionate about supporting people affected by cancer and proud to be part of the Cancer Information & Support Services in Bolton. Kelly feels very privileged to support patients and their families during difficult times. Kelly also trained as a HOPE Facilitator and enjoys helping patients focus, rediscover their inner strengths and resilience to help them cope emotionally, psychologically and practically moving forward. Kelly is proud to be involved with Bolton People Affected by Cancer, a group of service users that initially helped to set up the MCISS Service and continue to provide valued input and support from a patient point if view.

Steph Hul

Steph Hul

Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Service Assistant Steph joined us in December 2018, Steph had previously worked as an oncology specialist support adviser, co-ordinating care for Bupa patients. Steph has a wealth of experience providing emotional and practical support to people affected by cancer. Steph feels very privileged to be part of the Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Service, ensuring people affected by cancer in Bolton feel well supported and have access to the information they need.

Neal Turnbull

Neal Turnbull

Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Service Assistant Neal joined the Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Service in March 2020 having previously worked in Social Care at Lancashire County Council for 17 years. More recently he has worked at the CCG in Chorley and South Ribble with Cancer projects being part of his portfolio and has great experience assisting vulnerable people accessing services they need to. He is really passionate about continually improving services for people affected by cancer and is eager to understand the challenges they face to enable that to happen.

Sara Wiper

Sara Wiper

Sara joined the Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Service having previously worked as a Citizens Advice Bureau Adviser for the Health and Wellbeing Team in Salford. She has had extensive experience assisting with the maximisation of benefits for people with long term health conditions. Sara has also worked for a Local Community Led Charity working with hard to reach people to help them access services to improve and maintain health. She is passionate about providing high quality information and advice around benefits and helping people affected by cancer with their finances during such a difficult time.

Macmillan Cancer Support Volunteers

Volunteers

Our team of dedicated volunteers help to support the Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Service by each giving an average of 3-4 hours per week. In this time volunteers enable anyone affected by cancer to access emotional support and a listening ear. Our volunteers are at the heart of what we do, and we couldn’t manage without them. By donating a couple of hours of their time each week, our volunteers are ensuring that people affected by cancer in your local community get the right support, at the right time for them. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please see the Get Involved page for more information.

Our Partners

Macmillan Cancer Support has been working in partnership with Bolton Hospice, Bolton People Affected by Cancer and NHS Bolton Commissioning Group to develop the Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Service in Bolton.

Bolton Hospice
Bolton People Affected by Cancer
Macmillan Cancer Support
NHS Bolton Clinical Commissioning Group
Professional Excellence Awards Winner 2018 Macmillan Cancer Support