Welcome to BUST, the Breast Cancer Unit Support Trust, the Bristol based charity founded by patients for patients to support the work of the Bristol Breast Care Centre at Southmead Hospital.

In 2013, The Southmead Breast Care Centre was expanded to include the United Hospitals Bristol staff and patients.   The clinical teams are now working together to create a Centre of Excellence for breast care in Bristol and the surrounding areas.

Over 22,000 patients per year attend the Bristol Breast Care Centre, including a significant number of male patients.  The numbers will continue to grow in line with the increased awareness of breast disease, especially in younger women.

BUST is pleased to support the important work of this excellent team by raising money to support innovation and purchase of new technology, such as state-of-the-art scanners, before it is available through the NHS.  BUST has raised more than £1,133,304 and every penny has been spent supporting patient care.  As well as providing equipment BUST is also contributing towards pioneering surgery.

Claire Wright Exhibtion Fizz Gallery

Clare Wright Show - Fizz Gallery Clevedon - 24 September 2014

From high- flying Naval Officer to near paralysis – and then successful artist Clare Wright’s art work is in high demand – there’s a waiting list for her work and it’s a credit to the reputation of local gallery Fizz that they’ve secured a rare solo exhibition with her. But it’s not always been this way…

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Bristol 10k team have raised £14,262 for BUST

Bristol 10k team have raised £10,000 for BUST AN INCREDIBLE £14,262 has been raised so far for breast cancer sufferers by a team of runners who took part in the Bristol 10k.

The group, whose ages ranged from 15 to 62 took on the race in aid of local breast cancer charity Bust (Breast Cancer Unit Support Trust) , based at Southmead Hospital.

The organisation supports people with the illness as well as raising money to fund equipment and research.

Volunteer Liz Blakeborough said the final 3km on Sunday were the most challenging.


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BUST DANCERS WIN 5000 EUROS PRIZE

BUST Committee members, supporters and medical staff at South-mead Hospital’s Breast Care Unit have celebrated their 5000 Euros prize for winning second place in the first European Pink Glove Dance contest.

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donations so far

£1,175,000

Aiming for our £1.5 million milestone

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Latest news and updates
Halloween Fundraiser - 31 October 2014

          Come and join us at Halloween Fundraiser at WEBB's Flowers with Downend Balloons. Friday 31st October  From 3.30 Fancy Dress both child and adult with a prize for the best. Lucky Dip     Hot Dog Van   Apple Bobbing  Owls  Balloon Antics Monies raised to support BUST Breast Unit... read more

Please support the Charity Therapy and Craft Christmas Fayre.   BUST members will be on the door handing out factsheets about the charity and collecting door money.   Come and say hello. We look forward to seeing you there! read more

80's Party Night Update - 21 October 2014

 BUST committee member Susan Grant and husband Mike organised an 80s party night on October 10th at Hanham Community centre .  Over 150 guests attended the evening and enjoyed  dancing to music played by  Simon Cawthorn and The Diagnostics Band and 80s hits from Dj Jimmy Gee and some of the guest dressed up in fancy dress ,... read more

Quiz Night - 18 October 2014

Chipping Sodbury Netball Club are holding an event at Yate Town Football Clubon 18th October  at 7.30pm. Teams of upto 6 people £3 perperson. Contact CSNCQuizNight2014@yahoo.co.uk read more

Clare Wright update - 17 October 2014

Many thanks from all at BUST for your great efforts and for your ongoing support. it was a lovely idea and even better knowing we will have your support for the future A letter from Fizz Galley Clevedon. Firstly thank you to all of you who came to our Private View on Friday and over the weekend, especially Simon for taking the time to come down to... read more