WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE RIVERS HOSPITAL SAWBRIDGEWORTH

Fantastic news Ladies!!!!!!

After months of planning Brafternoon is being sponsored by The Rivers Hospital in Sawbridgeworth.   We will be their recognized support group for ladies with any type of cancer.    Helen Rollinson charity support group will remain at The Rivers, doing their amazing work.  

Which means.............From November we will be holding Brafternoon at the beautiful Manor of Groves Hotel in High Wych, Sawbridgeworth. 

Our first date at The Manor of Groves will be Monday 23rd November and will continue to be held on a Monday and from 11-2pm.

In 2016 The Rivers are opening the largest Radiotherapy unit in Essex/Herts, so patients will no longer have to travel so far to get treatment.

and Our aims are :-

To bring likeminded ladies together for the support of others.

To enhance any image changes e.g. Wigs, headwear etc. Eyebrow advice etc.

To experience a calm place, to have confidence in expressing any feelings with others.

To have social events, outings and fun!

(We will  not being doing treatments of any kind)

Every lady deserves a Chandelier!!!............

Events in the planning:

Launch of Brafternoon at Manor of Groves

Christmas Party

Monthly “Ladies Day”...........replacing Pamper Day.

Vintage Tea party with Vintage Fashion Show 

Day at the seaside - when its warmer!!!

 

We just had to share this with you all xx

Our thanks to you all for your ongoing support and friendship.

In July Cancer Partners UK was acquired by GenesisCare, Australia’s largest provider of radiotherapy treatment.  GenesisCare are pleased to be working in partnership with Ramsay Health Care for the development of two new sites at the Rivers Hospital in Sawbridgeworth and the Springfield Hospital in Chelmsford. With these two comprehensive cancer services opening in early 2016 and CPUK’s ninth site commencing in Kent in December 2015, the combined GenesisCare UK network will be eleven sites. In Australia, GenesisCare operates more than twenty five cancer treatment centres.  

 

Take care as always x

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