Brain Tumour Support
Brain Tumour Support

Aunty M Brain Tumours Is Here For You

An online support network, around the world, to help people meet and encourage other brain tumour sufferers, survivors, family or friend.


"Being told you or your loved one has ‘a brain tumour’ is a life-changing event, whether it is cancerous or benign. I was diagnosed with a brain tumour when I was just 25 in 2008, and I know the struggles that come with this devastating diagnosis."


You are not alone x


Interviews on Brain Tumour Thursday Radio

People Sharing Their Experience And Charities Talking About Their Support Given Around the UK

Life Story

Just a Girl and Her Thoughts

This is an honest reminder of how fragile life can be. Claire's selfless bravery to help others is ​astounding, couple this with the moral courage to share her story makes for a great read. Her view that nothing is impossible truly shines through. This book will give hope to many people facing uncertainty and sorrow. - Amazon Review

Life Story

A Brain Tumour's Travel Tale

The title says it all. This book reads like a series of diary entries. It is honest and informative. Apart from the person who has or had the brain tumour I think families and friends who are affected will also find it informative and useful. It is written in a way that is easily understandable and children may also find it helpful. It is easy to read but packs a powerful punch - Amazon Review 

A Brain Tumour's Travel Tale Book Tour

How amazing isn’t it to see your dream come to life. I had the pleasure of visiting over 12 Cities in the UK. I have taken my book and my story to York, Leeds, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Derby, Sheffield, Southampton, Bedford, Birmingham, Brighton, Manchester and Preston.


Every stop made me appreciate the support people give each other to get through a terrible frightening and  heart wrenching trial. Every place people have one goal. To KICK ASS and be able to cope with their own journey.  Looking for information and hearing each others stories. I have met survivors, sufferer and people who lost a loved one or are looking for understanding for what their loved one is feeling right now. - Claire Bullimore

Would you like to get involved raising funds for brain tumour research?


Here you can

I set up ‘Just A Girl and Her Thoughts’ in 2017 to put all I’ve learnt in one place. To help you save the time trying to figure things out.

Support is Available

You can go to any of these wonderful charities around the UK

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