People affected by cancer have a new centre in Horsham to attend this month.
The Olive Tree Cancer Support Centre will open at unit 49 of Swan Walk, opposite Le Brunch and Wilkinson, for two days from March 23 to 25 in a “pop up” shop.
The centre which is located in the grounds of grounds of Crawley Hospital, has been providing support to local people affected by cancer for more than 25 years.
The group said: “As nearly 40% of our members are from Horsham and the surrounding villages, we thought that it was about time that we came to Horsham.”
“So, please come and find us. Staff and volunteers will be on hand to provide information, offer complementary taster sessions and answer any questions that you might have. We look forward to meeting old friends and to making lots of new ones.”
Organisers say that Olive Tree provides a haven, somewhere to go and be with people who understand and can help. It provides free information, advice and a wide range of complementary therapies to support local people affected by cancer.
It says its range of services is continually evolving and currently includes yoga, singing workshops, Pink Ribbon and CU Fitter fitness classes, the Trailblazers running group and Look Good Feel Better master classes.
To find out more about the Olive Tree Cancer Support Centre and the services we offer, please visit our website: www.olivetreecancersupport.org.uk, our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/OliveTreeCancerSupportCentre or follow us on Twitter @OliveTreeCSC.