Rosemere Cancer Foundation opened its doors to the public for its annual open day giving people a unique insight into how the charity is run and the life-saving work funded by their donations.
The charity was established in 1997 with the aim of raising funds for additional equipment, facilities and research for Cancer patients.
The open day took place at the Rosemere Cancer Centre in Royal Preston Hospital.
The morning included presentations on the varied projects and services funded by Rosemere from clinical staff and members of the fundraising team and a tour of Cancer Centre, including the new Rosemere Information & Support Centre which was funded by the Foundation.
Supporters of the charity attended to find out more.
Sue Thompson, chief officer at Rosemere Cancer Foundation said: “As a charity we have achieved so much over the past 12 months, but more can be done, which is where we need the public’s help to spread the word and join the fight against cancer.