8:00pm - 11:30pm
Saturday 19th October 2019
Tickets £10, call 07793 279383 or email Mandy for tickets.
Cheyne Walk Club, Northampton
Horsey Beach Wellness Walk
Email Contact@breastfriendsnorthampton.org for availability.
Sun 30th June 2019
Bluebells Wellness Walk
Coton Manor, Coton, Northampton
Sun 4th May 2019
Email Contact@breastfriendsnorthampton.org for details
Sailing Day Portsmouth
We have the opportunity to take
10 people sailing.
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Tues 9th April 2019
31st March 2018 09:30-11:30
For this month’s Wellness Walk funded by
Avon, we will be staying local. Northampton’s historic and beautiful Delapre abbey is reopening to the public next week after a 4 year refurbishment project.
We thought it may be nice to have a wander round the grounds, park and enjoy some refreshments in the Orangery cafe.
There will be the option to go into to the Abbey if anyone would like to.
Wednesday 29th November 7-9pm
Next month’s monthly meeting will be a Festive Fizz & Quiz
All the usual chat, drinks & cakes with some festive spirit thrown in.
We will be holding a team quiz on the night with prizes and a raffle.
Look forward to seeing you all for our last event of 2017 ?
We have been invited to an evening at the Dunstone Bennett suite in Northampton by
the complimentary therapy ladies.
On the evening they will have their experienced volunteer who both trains people in complementary therapies and runs her own successful practice to come along and talk about reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Massage treatments.
Christine will talk about the Centre and the services they provide in the community.
All the guests will have the opportunity for a taster session of Reiki or massage and refreshments.
There are only 16 places so book early to avoid disappointment x
Wednesday15th November 6-8pm
Boots, Grosvenor Centre have been incredibly generous and are hosting a makeover
evening for us.
The counters that will be open are:
Due to the popularity of this event, it will need to be restricted to 15 members.
If you would like to come and watch/ join us but not have a consultation you will not need to be included in that figure.
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This month's meeting we thought it would be
nice to build on the talk from Nisha last month and provide the opportunity to get creative.
We have a ceramic artist coming in giving you the opportunity to get the chance to try ceramic painting.
Many of you talked about what gave you strength and what you are grateful for, even at such a challenging time.
We thought it may be therapeutic and fun to get the opportunity to give thanks to these things, whether for you to appreciate, or as an opportunity to give thanks to others.
Breast Friends Northampton will cover the costs but will have a donation box if anyone would like to contribute (instead of the raffle - which will be free).
It's the annual Harpole Scarecrow festival this week and one of our ladies is kindly selling cakes and donating the funds to Breast Friends Northampton.
We are lucky to have such supportive members who are helping to look after each other.
Look out for our logo!!
If anyone would like to get baking, all cakes would be gratefully received.
As part of our commitment to Wellbeing we will be holding our first Wellbeing Walk on Thursday the 17th of August. This is a chance for a gentle stroll through the beautiful Firs at Harlestone, enjoying fresh air, exercise and nature. Bring along your furry friends!!
Meet at Harlestone Firs car park at 7pm: Harlestone Road NN5 6UJ
Optional drink afterwards at the nearby dog friendly Fox & Hounds pub: Harlestone Road, Lower Harlestone NN7 4EW
Huge THANK YOU to the Lewis Foundation
July's meeting saw The Lewis Foundaion visit our members at Breast Friends Northampton. Lorraine brought papmer packs for all of our members to enjoy. We are lucky to have the support of The Lewis Foundation, not only to treat our members, but as a successful, established charity they have been invaluable us.
Big thanks to The Lewis Foundation for supporting us on their blogspot...