Eastleigh 15 February 2022 – Sean Grey on Emotional Freedom Technique

We look forward to hearing Sean Grey talk about EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) as a tool to help manage the emotional fallout of cancer.

In 2005 Sean injured his back whilst coaching tennis. Following a session of EFT- over the phone -incredibly the muscle spasms in his back healed and he was back playing within a couple of days. Inspired by this Sean trained and qualified as an EFT practitioner.

Sean began using EFT to help clients struggling with physical pain and phobias but found this simple relaxation technique had an extraordinary effect when dealing with negative thinking.

Date: Tuesday 15 February 2022
Time: 19:30-21:00
Venue: Wessex Cancer Trust, 91-95 Winchester Rd, Chandler’s Ford, Eastleigh SO53 2GG (just above Domino’s Pizza)
Cost: £1 donation

Eastleigh 17 March 2020 – Mammograms by Mary Bosier, senior radiographer at Winchester hospital

This special event is open to any ladies from the public who might be interested. Our aim is to inform and raise awareness. Of course, our usual ladies will be around as well!

We look forward to welcoming Mary Bosier, senior radiographer at Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester.

Mary will be talking about the mammographic experience and about who they are and job descriptions.

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Eastleigh 18 February 2020 – Tax, Care and Toy Boys


A light-hearted talk on financial planning by Co-op Estate Planning

Co-op Estate Planning says:

We work in local communities around England and Wales to raise awareness of some important issues that affect families every day. Whilst our message is serious, our delivery is informal and delivered in plain English – your members can be assured of half an hour (up to 1 hour if required) of thought provoking content, including a Q and A at the end. We are able to help to provide peace of mind.

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21 January 2020 – Chill & Chat in Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh

Just a few friendly people having an informal meeting where we chat and share information over a cuppa! We support each other by talking, sharing information, listening and laughing!

Do bring your unwanted presents/ things to sell and donate 10% of the proceeds to our support group!
This support group is open to anyone affected by cancer (doesn’t matter what type of cancer). Run by survivors for survivors, this group aims to offer a safe environment for men and women affected by cancer to get together over a cup of tea/ coffee and chat! You are free to come and go as you wish.

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