Next Tuesday (30 October), Bicester-based support hub, Greenfields, will be re-launching their drop-in services at a brand new location.
Formerly based at Wyevale Garden Centre, Greenfields will now be offering monthly drop-ins for local people with life limiting illnesses, their families and carers in Kingsmere Community Centre (Whitelands Way, Kingsmere, Bicester OX26 1EG).
Those with life-limiting illnesses in and around Bicester are invited to pop in any time between 10am and 2pm on 30 October to chat to the Greenfields’ Support Team. Light refreshments, massages, nail services and a friendly ear will be on offer. The drop in will be the first of many monthly sessions with future dates being advertised on Greenfields Facebook page and website http://www.greenfields-support.co.uk/. Following the drop-in, Greenfields will also be available at Coventry Building Society in Bicester between 10am and 3pm on Thursday 1 November for hand massages and more information on their services,
Alongside the drop-ins Greenfields are excited to announce the opening of their Private Clinic on Tuesday. The Clinic will be open to all patients, offering many therapies to help with the difficult times that illness brings. Massage, Facials, hand and nail care, Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage (MLD), Colonic Massage, Scar Therapy and many more. Greenfields will also be able to offer a new range of Jennifer Young Skincare product, a specialised range for cancer patients. To book an appointment or to find out more please call 01869 233444 or email email@example.com.
Home visits are still available for those who find it difficult to attend the drop-in or private clinic. To arrange a home visit, please call 01869 233444.
Ahead of the launch, Greenfields Founder, Becky Fletcher said: “I am so excited to launch the new services, drop-in and opening of our private clinic. Scar therapy and Jennifer Young Facials and Massage are only two of the brilliant complementary services we can offer. Greenfields is committed to helping patients and their families and carers overcome stress, anxiety, depression and pain through the healing powers of Complementary Therapy. All patients, male or female, who are undergoing chemotherapy, radiotherapy or other conventional treatments, regardless, of where they are receiving it, are welcome.”