About Us

About The Holly Trust

Fighting Bowel Cancer Locally

The Holly Trust is a registered local charity dedicated to fighting bowel cancer in the West Midlands region, with branches in Solihull and Sutton Coldfield.

Founded in 1997 the trust is made up of specialist bowel cancer nurses, patients who have had bowel cancer, relatives and carers. We are a small friendly group helping to provide facilities locally and are small enough to care.

Our aims were and still remain:

  • To promote and educate public awareness about bowel cancer.
  • To raise funds for treatment and research of bowel cancer in our local hospitals.
  • To support patients who have been diagnosed with bowel cancer and their families.

If you need someone to talk to, we are here for you. See our Contact Us page for more information, including a phone number to call for a confidential chat.



Solihull Hospital is growing with more & more cancer work. Solihull Holly Trust is working with Solihull Trust to support their work with bowel cancer in the Solihull area.

Sutton Coldfield

Good Hope Hospital in Sutton Coldfield is the main contact for the Holly Trust in Sutton Coldfield. The Holly Trust in Sutton Coldfield works with the NHS to support their bowel cancer work in the Sutton Coldfield area.

Click on the branch name above to find out more about each branch,

The Holly Trust dedicated to fighting bowel cancer locally through:

Raising Awareness

We raise awareness of bowel cancer so that people within the West Midlands will seek diagnosis and treatment at an early stage.

Raising Funds

We raise funds for equipment, treatments and effective research.

Help & Support

We provide help and support to patients around the West Midlands who have been diagnosed with bowel cancer