Need to talk?
At Wellbeing days, people come together to share a cup of tea, have a chat with staff and volunteers, and pamper themselves with complementary therapies.
There is plenty of food and drink and laughter. During these informal days, you could access physio sessions, manicures, hairdressing, massage, reflexology or acupuncture. You can get involved with craft activities or just sit quietly with a book.
Chatting with others in a similar situation or just having a snooze and relaxing by yourself are equally valued. These groups offer an important way to make you feel ‘normal’ again when you are dealing with illness.
How can I join in?
Wellbeing days are part of a programme of activity. If you are not yet known to the Hospice, but think you may benefit from some of the services we have to offer, please get in touch with our First Contact team.