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Transport service

Are you having cancer treatment and live in the Chesterfield, Barnsley, Rotherham or Meadowhall area? If so, our transport service could provide you free, safe travel to and from Sheffield hospitals.

Free transport service

Don’t let travel concerns prevent you from accessing the treatment you need. If you require transport between Chesterfield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Meadowhall to Sheffield Hospitals for cancer treatment, we can help.

The service is free and runs twice daily from various pick-up points, with some offering free parking.

“I couldn’t fault it at all. The people running the service are fantastic – you could talk to them like you would your family.”

How do I book?

To book your seat or for more information, please call our transport line on 0114 553 3330 and select option 2 or email us at

Where to find us

Visit our Charity Hub or Weston Park Cancer Support in Sheffield. You can find out more about what we do and how you can get involved.

Contact us

Please call 0114 553 3330, email us or fill out our contact form to make an enquiry or book your seat.

BAPP backing for Barnsley transport

We want to say a massive thank you to wonderful Weston Park Cancer Charity supporter, BAPP Group, for their incredible support – which includes significant backing of our Barnsley transport service!

Rotherham transport service up and running!

We’re thrilled that with the support of sponsors and a team of volunteer drivers, we have launched our Rotherham transport service to provide free, safe transport between the AESSEAL New York Stadium and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, for anyone in need of cancer treatment.

Making a difference for Rotherham cancer patients: Darren and Gail Baker’s Weston Park Cancer Charity story

“We want patients to benefit directly; the Rotherham transport service will help achieve that.”

Teaming up to support Rotherham transport service

Our supporters are the bedrock of our work here at Weston Park Cancer Charity. By supporting us, they make it possible for us to be there, together at every step, for the one in two people facing cancer.

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