The Trinity Holistic Centre is holding two information days to encourage more volunteers to join its highly valued team. As a charitable service the centre relies heavily on its volunteers and following significant expansion it is looking to recruit to a number of roles covering The James Cook University Hospital, Redcar Primary Care Hospital and Friarage Hospital sites.
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A photographic exhibition featuring some powerful and poignant images captured by men with prostate cancer will be launched on Wednesday 25 March. In January, the Trinity Holistic Centre launched a pilot photography project – funded by Prostate Cancer UK – for men diagnosed with the disease. Now their work will be showcased at the centre at The James Cook University Hospital.
We would like to find out whether we should be providing specific support for children and young people affected by a cancer diagnosis and/or other long term conditions at the Trinity Holistic Centre. We are holding two informal focus groups at the Trinity Holistic Centre, The James Cook University Hospital where you can come along and share your thoughts.
Patients with motor neurone disease (MND) will soon be able to benefit from free complementary therapies at the Trinity Holistic Centre in Middlesbrough. The centre, which has previously only provided free treatments to cancer patients, has joined forces with the Mike Findley MND Fund to extend its services to anyone suffering from the progressive neurological condition.
The Trinity Holistic Centre is set to pilot a photography project for men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Participants will have the opportunity to learn and develop their photography skills with a digital camera including developing understanding of composition and expression of views through photography.
Whether you need to unwind after a hectic Christmas party season or you are looking to find a new way to get fit, relax and meet new people in 2015 the Trinity Holistic Centre can help. Based at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough, the centre is well known for providing free complementary therapies to cancer patients and their carers, but it now also runs a wide range of clinics and classes which are open to everyone to help raise extra funds.