Narberth Natural Health Centre is proud to host the Old Mill Foundation providing holistic cancer support in Narberth every Monday.


The Old Mill Foundation's aim is to provide physical and emotional support for people living with cancer. They offer a range of complementary therapies free of charge to people living with cancer, although donations are always welcome. They also organise events, courses and coffee mornings for people affected by cancer in their centres across South Wales and into Pembrokeshire.


If you are living with cancer and would like some support, the Old Mill Foundation can be contacted in the following ways:


Tel: 01792 851553 or 07801 277283

Email: [email protected]


Further information about their work can be found at:


www.oldmillfoundation.co.uk




The Old Mill Foundation, Meyricks Mill, Hendy Rd, Penclawdd, Swansea, SA4 3XE
Charity (#1125120) and Registered Company (#5768149)


About the Old Mill Foundation


In 1998 Sarah and Steve Clark purchased Meyricks Mill, a beautiful former flour mill that is over 500 years old, in Penclawdd. Sarah began a successful complementary therapy and education centre from home. In the early part of 2002 Steve, aged 42, was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of cancer…


Sarah naturally wanted to help Steve as much as possible and although medical intervention was unable to cure Steve, he and Sarah found that holistic therapies such as massage, reflexology and reiki helped to relieve some of his symptoms. Steve sadly died in 2002.


During the next few months, Sarah came to realise she was in a good position to help others going through similar situations with this disease. Not only could holistic therapies bring relief to peoples symptoms, they also gave the opportunity for people to have a caring, one to one contact which is so important in getting through tough times. Sarah was also acutely aware that the carers were also suffering greatly as it is one of the worst things in the world to watch a loved one suffer. So she felt it was important to help them too. She thought that she and Steve’s experience could be invaluable in helping others. She knew that there were still good days and happy events for people to share together while living with cancer. She also knew that not everybody with cancer would die. Plenty of people actually get better, but would love to have some help along the way.


Using this experience, Sarah decided to set up a charity to help people with cancer from her house. The old Mill was born.

Volunteer


The Old Mill Foundation offer their services free of charge to those living with cancer, and so welcome any help that you can offer. Whether it may be fundraising, housekeeping, or can offer any therapies they would love to hear from you.

Friends


Would you like to become a friend of the Old Mill?

The Old Mill need caring people with enthusiasm and patience with varying skills.


Please contact them for further details.