The NHS is appealing for public feedback for a review of services at the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre.

Four public events will be held, preferably for those undergoing treatment or caring for those undergoing treatment.

The review will look at how the needs of people are met and develop options that will build on the services, research and patient experience the centre delivers.

It will be carried out by the NHS in North London and the East of England, who are working with staff at Mount Vernon.

The centre is run by East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust and delivered from a site in North Middlesex managed by the Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

It is a standalone cancer centre and primarily serves a population of over two million people in Hertfordshire, south Bedfordshire, North West London and Berkshire.

Sessions will take place at:

• Brunel University London, Uxbridge, Middlesex, on July 16

• Holiday Inn, Airport Way, Luton, July 17

• A London venue to be confirmed, on July 23

All events will run from 12.30pm to 3.30pm.

Anyone interested can contact the NHS directly at and register for the events at