We are delighted to announce that The Prince of Wales has extended his patronage of Breast Cancer Haven for a further term. 

The Prince of Wales first became Patron of Breast Cancer Haven in 2000, three years after the charity was founded. We are honoured that he has been able to visit our centres in London, Yorkshire (Leeds) and Hereford. 

Members of the Royal Family have been regular supporters of Breast Cancer Haven with HRH Sophie, Countess of Wessex holding the position of trustee from 2001 to 2009.  More recently, Breast Cancer Haven staff received a personal message of support from The Prince of Wales for their work during the current coronavirus crisis.

Sally Hall, CEO of Breast Cancer Haven, said: ‘This is fantastic news during a difficult time. We are honoured that The Prince of Wales has chosen to extend his patronage of our charity. It’s a real stamp of approval for the vital work we do in supporting everyone affected by breast cancer. It is also a huge boost for our future plans, as we look to reopen our centres following this current crisis, and ahead, to the opening of our new Kings Cross centre in 2021.’

‘I would like to extend my thanks to His Royal Highness for his continued support, which means so much to everyone at Breast Cancer Haven and to those who use our services.'​

Further information
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