Where the Road Takes Me

Cork ARC’s West Cork service to feature in C103FM’s ‘Where the Road Takes Me’ on 24th & 31st July

John Greene’s much loved documentary show ‘Where the Road Takes Me’ on Cork’s c103FM will present a two-part feature about Cancer Connect from 7-8pm on Sunday 24th July and on Sunday 31st July,

The documentary follows the team of drivers and passengers who avail of the service of Cancer Connect, who each year help transport many people from West Cork to the city for treatment as well as for cancer support services at Cork ARC.

John will include interviews with some of the team from Cork ARC Cancer Support House in West Cork as well as from members of staff of the CUH in Cork. We are very grateful to our friends in Cancer Connect for including Cork ARC in the programme. 



Cork ARC’s service in West Cork offers drop in and telephone support, therapeutic massage, reflexology and counselling by appointment, each Tuesday between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm.

Each Tuesday at 11:30am a guided ‘Hour of Calm’ group session is also open for people to avail of by just dropping in.

All of these services are free of charge. Visit our West Cork services page for more information here.

tel 027 53 891

mob 083 198 8580

email westcork@corkcancersupport.ie



Cancer Connect is a free, flexible and confidential transport service to Cork hospitals from West Cork for people receiving cancer treatments (radiotherapy, chemotherapy etc.).  The service runs from Castletownbere through Bantry and Goleen through Skibbereen to various Cork hospitals every day (Monday to Friday) at times to suit passengers.

It is provided totally as a voluntary service by a team of Volunteer Drivers and is administered by West Cork Rural Transport.

tel 027 52 727

web www.ruraltransport.ie