Privacy Policy

Macmillan Caring Locally Privacy Notice for Supporters
We take data protection seriously and are committed to protecting all personal information we hold about you. We believe it is very important to respect the privacy of individuals and adhere to the data protection legislation. In this Privacy Notice, we explain what information we collect and for what purpose, what we do with it, who will have access to it, how long we will retain it and how we will keep it secure. We also explain how you can contact us and what your rights are.

This Privacy Notice covers:
• Who We Are
• What Personal Information We Collect and How We Use It
• Who Will Have Access to Your Personal Information?
• How Long We Keep Your Personal Information
• International Transfers
• Security of Your Personal Information
• Your Rights
• How to Contact Us

Who We Are
Macmillan Caring Locally is the ‘Controller’ of any personal information that you provide to us. We will therefore process your personal information in accordance with all applicable laws, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018).

What Personal Information We Collect and How We Use It
If you are one of our supporters ie: you make donations to us or raise money for us, we will collect information from you which may include your name, address, telephone number, email address and credit card or bank details. We need this information in order to answer your queries, contact you about your fundraising activities, collect the money you raise for us or donate to us, process your payment and send you an acknowledgement and/or thank you. We may also obtain photographs of you in relation to your fundraising activities and use them on our website and to promote our charity.
We will only use your personal information for the purpose for which we collected it and will not use it for anything else without your prior consent, subject to certain legal exceptions. Our legal basis for processing your personal information as described above is legitimate interests or consent, depending on the circumstances. If you do not provide the information we ask for, we may not be able to process your donation, contact you about your fundraising activities, answer your enquiry or respond to your request.

Who Will Have Access to Your Personal Information?
Our staff will have access to your information for the purpose of contacting you about your fundraising activities, collecting the proceeds, promoting your fundraising event and collecting your donations. If photographs of you taking part in fundraising activities are published on our website or promotional material, they will be available to the world at large. However, we will keep your address, telephone number, email address and credit card and bank details confidential and will not share them with anyone else, subject to certain legal exceptions.

How Long We keep Your Personal Information
We will keep your payment details only for as long as is necessary to process the transaction. We will keep your other personal information for as long as you are a supporter and for 6 years after that, in order to satisfy legal obligations.

International Transfers
We will not transfer your personal information outside the EU. When the UK is no longer part of the EU, we will continue to ensure that appropriate technical and organisational measures are implemented to safeguard personal information.

Security of Your Personal Information
In accordance with the requirements of the GDPR and the DPA 2018, we take appropriate technical and organisational measures to safeguard your personal information.

Your Rights
You have rights under the data protection legislation and, subject to certain legal exemptions, we must comply when you inform us that you wish to exercise these rights. For example, you have the right to request a copy of the personal information we hold about you. This is known as a Subject Access Request and there is no charge for this, providing the requests are not manifestly unfounded or excessive. Your request needs to be made in writing and sent to the Trust Secretary at the address given below under ‘How to Contact Us’. We may ask you to provide ID before processing the request. Once in receipt of this, we will process the request without undue delay and within one month.

You also have rights in relation to rectification, erasure, restriction, data portability, objections and automated decision making. If you would like to exercise these rights, please contact the Trust Secretary using our contact details below.

You have the right to complain to Macmillan Caring Locally about the way your personal information is processed. Please contact the Trust Secretary using our contact details below. If you remain dissatisfied, you may also complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office. They can be contacted at:

Information Commissioner’s Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane

How to Contact Us
If you have any questions or concerns about this Privacy Notice or about how your personal information is being processed or if you wish to make a Subject Access Request, please contact:

The Trust Secretary
Macmillan Caring Locally
Christchurch Hospital
Fairmile Road
BH23 2JX

South Coast Data Protection Consultants Ltd.

List of pharmacies 

 Pharmacy name and address

Phone Number

100 hour pharmacy


Asda Pharmacy

St Pauls Road, Bournemouth,BH8 8DL

01202 298900


Bournemouth East

Castle Lane Pharmacy
482 Castle Lane West Bournemouth, BH8 9UD

01202 772110


Bournemouth West

Ferndown Pharmacy
487 Ringwood Road, Ferndown, BH22 9AG

01202 892666


East Dorset

Tesco Extra Pharmacy
Yarrow Road, Mannings Heath Poole, BH12 4NX

01202 457447 or 01202 367447



Asda Pharmacy
West Quay Road, Poole, BH15 1JQ

01202 207000


Poole Central

Equipment – Is useful for wheelchairs and other equipment

Guide for people nearing end stage of life :

Brief Drugs List for GPs



Morphine sulphate 2.5-5mg SC PRN (10mg in 1ml injection)

(alternative if taking PO or eGFR<30 – Oxycodone 1 – 2.5mg SC PRN (10mg in 1ml injection))

[Please take background opioid into account when prescribing doses for anticipatories]


Midazolam 2.5-5mg SC PRN (10mg in 2ml injection)


Glycopyrronium 200mcg SC PRN (600mcg in 3ml injection)

(alternative for secretions: Hyoscine Butylbromide 20mg/ml injection)

Nausea :

Levomepromazine 6.25mg SC PRN (25mg in 1ml injection)

(alternative for nausea: Haloperidol 1.5mg SC PRN (5mg in 1ml injection)

Water for injection

Dexamethasone 3.3mg SC OD-BD (equivalent to 4mg PO) if risk of steroid withdrawal/Addisons during terminal phase.

Day/Time Example Timetable
Monday - AM

9am MMU Ward Hand over; 9:30am Tour of MMU

10m Consultant Ward Round, MMU

Monday - PM

12pm Ward Nurses - syringe driver administration (treatment room)

1:30 Nursing Handover – MMU (ward office)

MMU – Admission Assessment(s) with ward doctor

Tuesday - AM

9am Ward Hand over

9:20am Referrals Meeting on MMU

10am Community visiting with Specialist Nurse

Tuesday - PM

12:30 Journal Club – MMU (doctors office)

2pm Introduction to Patient and Family Support Team

3pm Introduction to Welfare and benefits Advisor

Wednesday - AM

9am Ward Hand over

9:20am Referrals Meeting on MMU

10am Consultant ward round - MMU

Wednesday - PM

2pm Doctor/Nurse Home Visit with Specialty Doctor

Thursday - AM

9:15am Multi-Disciplinary Team Meeting on MMU

Thursday - PM

2pm Introduction to Palliative Rehabilitation with Physiotherapist

3pm Introduction to Complex Discharge Planning in terminal illness

Friday - AM

Hospital Palliative Care Team Ward Visits

Friday - PM

2pm Introduction to Personalised Care Plan for the Last Days of Life with End of Life Care Nurse

4pm Debrief / sign off