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    Cancer Council SA Branches

    Cancer Council has a number of Branches throughout regional South Australia.

    Our Branches are groups of passionate community volunteers who raise funds and awareness for the ongoing fight to beat cancer in their local communities.

    To get involved or for more information please contact one of our local Branches:

    Gawler
    Contact: Aileen Niemann
    T +61 8 8524 5354

    Jamestown
    Contact: Margie Simpson
    T + 61 8 8664 0033

    Mount Gambier
    Contact: Ian Wheller
    T 0439 813 222

    Murray Bridge
    Contact: Diane Bolt
    T +61 8 8532 5340

    Naracoorte
    Contact: Chris Gale
    T 0438 654 200

    Northern Yorke Peninsula
    Contact: Raelene Bussenschutt
    T 0407 211 230

    Red Sands (Roxby Downs)
    Contact: Annette Speck
    T 0409 289 530

    Riverland
    Contact: Nancy Murdock
    T +61 8 8583 2007

    Tea Tree Gully
    Contact: Julie Lambe
    T 0423 970 380
     


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