In light of the latest guidance issued by the government regarding COVID-19 we want to provide our families and supporters with essential information regarding how Candlelighters is dealing with the situation. Currently we are highly alert and following advice given by Public Health England and Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG).

To protect our families, supporters and staff, and to follow guidance, services delivered from The Square and in the community are suspended until further notice however, Candlelighters is still here for you. Please do call us to speak to a member of the team to see how we can support you.

Please remember, we are unable to give medical advice so speak to your healthcare professionals with any questions or you can follow the latest Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group guidance online here at:

We are looking at new and exciting ways of supporting you during this time, so please follow us on social media and watch out here for updates.

To contact The Square, please call us on 0113 8878333 or email

We’ll be available to help you from 8:30-16:30, Monday – Friday.

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