A local charity raising awareness and supporting people affected by bowel cancer in the Isle of Man

Forthcoming Events

IOM Anti-Cancer Association

IOM Anti-Cancer Association

2020 Support Group Meetings Our first support group meeting following the Covid-19 lockdown was held in September at Douglas Golf Club.  Malcolm Clague kindly gave a presentation about IOM Anti-Cancer Association and it’s work in the Island.  Attendees enjoyed hearing about the charity’s beginnings right… Read more

All That Glam – help us raise funds by recycling your jewellery etc

All That Glam – help us raise funds by recycling your jewellery etc

Are you clearing out your cupboards and drawers? If you have any items of jewellery, scarves or evening bags you no longer wear or use then Bowel Cancer IOM would love to have them. We will be continuing to fundraise throughout 2020 with our All… Read more

Let’s talk about Bowel Cancer

Let’s talk about Bowel Cancer

Isle of Man Bowel Cancer Patient & Carer Support Group We are a small group that was created in 2014 by Bowel Cancer Isle of Man to provide post operative non-medical support for bowel cancer patients and carers. Our group provides support for patients and their… Read more

Past Events

IOM Airport Fire Station Open Day

When we were invited to take the Giant Colon to the Airport Fire Station 2014 Open Day we agreed straightaway, however when the day came around the wind speed was too strong for us to set the inflatable up outside the station.  Imagine if the Giant… Read more

Sponsored Walk – Sunday, 10 May 2015

  T   We had a brilliant turnout for our inaugural Walk to Remember along Marine Drive.  Thanks to everyone who joined us and helped us raise over £3,500.  It was a great afternoon and one we hope to repeat next year.      … Read more

Sponsored Walk 2010

Sponsored Walk 2010 In 2010 we encouraged you to make simple changes to your diet and lifestyle in order to help reduce your bowel cancer risk. Regular exercise helps to maintain a healthy weight, and research suggests that the more physical activity a person does… Read more

Bowel Cancer Awareness Weekend 2010

Bowel Cancer Awareness Weekend April 24-25th 2010 To celebrate our first anniversary and Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, Bowel Cancer Isle of Man brought over a giant inflatable colon for members of the public to explore on 24/25 April 2010. The Bowel Cancer Awareness Weekend was… Read more