Family Fun Day for Cancer Charity Penny Brohn in Bristol 10th JunePosted on: 01 Jun 2018
Enjoy birds of prey, cooking demonstrations, live music and more at a leading cancer charity’s family fun day in Pill on Sunday, June 10.
Penny Brohn UK opens its four-acre gardens at its National Centre, Chapel Pill Lane, as part of the National Gardens Scheme, from 10am-4pm.
Entertainment includes guided relaxation sessions, Bristol Nordic Walking tasters, children’s (paper) butterfly hunt, North Somerset Birds of Prey Centre and healthy eating demos.
Penny Brohn Community Choir, Westerly Winds and acoustic guitarist Barry Lowe will also perform.
Charity spokesman Ian Riddell said: “Swoop like a hawk to our most action-packed family open day ever. There will be something for everyone, with plenty of chances to get active or relax. All the while you’ll help us continue to reach people with cancer and their close supporters needing our life-changing support, before, during and after treatment.”
Adult entry costs £4, children are free.
With over 37 years’ experience, Penny Brohn recognises that people with cancer need more than medicine. Their Bristol Whole Life Approach provides integrated whole person cancer support that works alongside medical treatment to achieve the best health and wellbeing. The approach explores areas such as diet, exercise, relationships and managing stress, through free residential and day courses, one-to-one therapies, groups and national helpline.
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