Cathedral Day Unit, Canterbury
Cathedral Day Unit, Canterbury
Cathedral Day Unit, Canterbury
Cathedral Day Unit, Canterbury

Celia Blakey Centre

The Celia Blakey Centre provides anti-cancer and supportive treatments in a comfortable out-patient setting at the William Harvey Hospital.

Celia Blakey Centre has two treatment rooms with 9 chairs.  Anti-cancer treatments are carried out in both these areas, as well as supportive therapies such as blood transfusions.  

New patient consultations and pre-chemotherapy clinics are also run out of this area.

Opening times

Monday - Friday: 7:30am to 7pm

Saturday: 8am to 4pm

Contact us:

Reception: 01233 616194

Cancer Care Line

Contact The Cancer Care Line:  01227 868666

 (Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm)

This is a central helpline for all patients who have come into contact with a Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialist or the Macmillan Acute Oncology Team. Not all people that are given this number have cancer, some maybe undergoing investigations to rule it out.

The people that answer your calls are not medically trained and in order for them to direct you to correct person/ team, they will ask for some clinical and personal information.

The Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialists run designated phone clinics, therefore if appropriate you will be booked onto the next available telephone clinic which may not be the same day.

If the Cancer Care Line Co-ordinator's triage indicates you require urgent clinical advice, you will be put through to the specialist nurse of the day.

Find us

The Celia Blakey Centre is now located in the Arundel Unit and has treatment 9 chairs and is located in William Harvey Hospital, Ashford. To download a full map of the hospital please click here.

William Harvey Hospital 
Kennington Road, Willesborough, Ashford, Kent
TN24 0LZ

Arundel WHH Map

How to get here

Rail: Ashford International is the nearest rail station to the William Harvey Hospital. It is a short walk from the town centre, from where 'bus service 5' runs every 15 minutes.  Bus services 10 and 11 also run directly from the station to the hospital. These services both run about once an hour.

Bus: Stagecoach route C provides frequent buses between the hospital and Ashford town centre and rail station. At the town centre connections can be made with buses to and from outlying areas. The hospital is also served by buses from Folkestone, Sandgate, Hythe, Saltwood, Lympne and Sellindge on route 10. 

Parking: Parking is free for first 20 minutes. Charges are clearly displayed in the Parking kiosks. There is a Maximum charge per day. Weekly tickets are available.

Wi-Fi: We do have a limited wifi service within the trust and can be accessed by searching networks and login into EK-Hospital-Free-Internet. The password is hospital you will be asked to provide an e-mail address and accept the terms of use given.