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Volunteers wanted for free spa treatment to help cancer patients

Volunteers wanted for free spa treatment to help cancer patients

Published by Harry Long at 6:35am 10th January 2020.

A college in Harrogate is appealing for volunteers, to help train people who give treatment to people suffering from cancer.   

  • Cancer sufferers around Harrogate are being asked to volunteer for a free spa treatment on Sunday. 
  • It's to help train tutors at White Rose College. 
  • Volunteers will receive a free one-hour treatment session.    

White Rose College needs people suffering from the disease to give up some time on Sunday.

Tutors at the college are undergoing training with the Made For Life Foundation, which provides holistic support for people diagnosed with and living with cancer.

They'll receive a free spa treatment, which will take place at 1pm at the college and lasts one hour.   Participants are asked to arrive 30 minutes beforehand.  

Vicky Findlow, from White Rose College, said:

"Many of the clients have found this very relaxing and beneficial.  It just gives them a little bit of a feel-good factor at a very tough time in their life. 

"The treatment is a sequence of gentle, soothing movements across the top of the back, shoulders, neck and head, with a beautiful nourishing facial.  The products are all organic and made by Made For Life".  

If you are interested in volunteering for the treatment, contact harrogate@whiterosebeautycolleges.co.u or phone 01423 527 994.