Maggie's Nottingham - Maggie's Centres

Maggie's Nottingham

If you or someone you care about has been diagnosed with cancer, Maggie's Nottingham can help.

“Every patient I send to Maggie’s tells me how pleased they are they visited and have described it as helping them to feel more in control of their diagnosis.”
Dr Jamie Mills, Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Nottingham Oncology Centre

Cancer support 

Get free one-to-one help and information from our professional team or join groups and activities that are right for you.

A calming space

Come in for a cup of tea, meet people who understand what you're going through or just take a moment to gather your thoughts.

Alongside the hospital 

We're the green building close to Gate 3, next to the Breast Institute.

Meet the team

What's on: Monday 18 October

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Stories from our centre

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Lisa's story – from visitor to fundraiser

After Maggie's helped me, I wanted others to benefit.
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Barbara-Jane's story – my lasting legacy

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Hannah and Charlie's story – our way to live with cancer is with brilliant support

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Getting here

Maggie's Nottingham

City Hospital Campus, Gate 3, Hucknall Road, Nottingham NG5 1PH

Getting here by:

We are located inside Gate 3 on Hucknall Road, just off the Valley Road. There are several car parks around but they are often very busy.

The Yellow car park which is situated at Gate 5 on Edwards Lane is around a 5 minute walk down the South Road.

We do have a pick up and drop off point close to our entrance which also serves as a disabled parking bay. There are spaces for two cars.

Several NCT bus routes serve the City Hospital: 

  • The Brown Line numbers: 15, 16, 16c and 17 on the Hucknall Road side and the Purple Line numbers 87, 88 and 89 at the Edwards Lane end.
  • Trent Barton also have a number of buses that stop at the hospital namely the Rainbow 3, 3A, 3B and 3C
  • The Medilink free bus service between the Queens Medical Centre and the City Hospital Camp is useful for those travelling from the southside of the city. It also stops at the tram stop at Wilkinson Street so is good for those coming from out of town on the tram. The first Medilink bus stop in the hospital campus is only 100 yards from Maggie’s.

Designed for you...

Built in 2011, our beautiful building appears almost to float among the trees, which shelter it from the main building of Nottingham City Hospital.
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