Cancer Charity Penny Brohn hosts two fundraisers in Bristol 29th October and 4th November

Cancer Charity Penny Brohn hosts two fundraisers in Bristol 29th October and 4th November

Posted on: 09 Oct 2017

The UK’s leading holistic cancer charity, Penny Brohn, opens its four-acre gardens and Grade II-listed National Centre, Chapel Pill Lane, Pill, for its Autumn Open Day on Sunday, October 29.

 

Entertainment includes healthy cooking and Nordic walking demos, a dance class, children’s activities, guided nature walks, tours of the historic building, raffle and refreshments from 11am-4pm.

Penny Brohn walk in Bristol

Organiser Ian Riddell said: 

“There’s something for everyone, from energetic and energising activities to relaxing and stress-free fun.

“It’s a great opportunity to see how we support people living with cancer and pick up practical tips for a healthier lifestyle.”

 

Adult entry costs £4 and under-14s free.

 

Anyone looking for unique Christmas gifts can ho, ho, ho-p to Penny Brohn’s first-ever Christmas Craft Fayre on Saturday, November 4.

 

The National Centre event includes creative crafts, wares and refreshments from 11am-4pm.

 

Organiser Carol Ashmore added: “There’ll be incredible items to inspire your festive shopping, tasty treats and chance to see our beautiful centre.

 

“We hope this welcomes new faces to our centre and becomes a regular thing.

 

“Proceeds from both will greatly help Penny Brohn continue to support people and families facing cancer, before, during and after treatment.”

 

To book a table costing £20, including use of a table, call Carol on 01275 370168 or email carol.ashmore@pennybrohn.org.uk

 

With over 36 years’ experience, Penny Brohn understands that cancer impacts everything and the number affected is increasing.

 

Its Bristol Whole Life Approach supports people with cancer and close supporters to participate in their health and wellbeing, and find the resources to thrive, before, during and after treatment.

 

It explores areas such as diet, exercise, relationships and managing stress, through free courses, one-to-one therapies, groups, a Treatment Support Clinic and national helpline.

 

For more information, call 0303 3000 118 or visit the Penny Brohn website here.

 


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Hannah Moll

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