Welcome to The Feel-Good Project
The Feel-Good Project supports local people affected by cancer. The Project is run by Helen Noakes in loving memory of her father David who passed away in 2017.
The Project’s focus is to run events that help people unwind in a relaxed & non-hospital environment.
Since May 2019, over 120 people have come together over tea & cake, received a pampering treatment & have left feeling more like themselves again.
As well as supporting people with a diagnosis of cancer, the Project supports people who have loved ones with cancer.
The Project is a Community Interest Company (C.I.C) which means that we run on a not-for-profit basis.
Our next Feel-Good Project event will be running on
Monday 9th March 2020 10.30am – 2.30pm
Douai Park (Cricket Pavilion), Cods Hill, Woolhampton, RG7 5TG
“An afternoon where the focus is on you as a person, not a patient.”
What’s on offer at the event?
- Massage – head, hands or feet
- Reflexology – feet or facial
- Hair – restyling/advice for both natural hair & wigs
- Relaxation classes
- Plenty of tea, coffee and home made cakes
- Members of the Macmillan Cancer Support Team in attendance to offer support and advice in a relaxed, non-hospital environment
There’s no appointment necessary – just come along and have some ‘me time’.
However, if you would prefer to book a treatment at a particular time, please just email us at email@example.com and let us know which treatment you would like and your preferred time.
Free of charge
Everything we offer is completely free of charge.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS
All of our therapists are fully qualified, so you’re in safe hands!
Please see our FAQs
But if you don’t find the answer there please contact:
Helen Noakes on 07584 125 058 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon 11th May 2020 10.30am – 2.30pm
18th Jan 2020 The Feel-Good Project @ The West Berkshire Brewery (Men’s Cancer Support Event)
9th Dec 2019 – Christmas Party
11th Nov 2019 – The Feel-Good Project
2nd Sept 2019 – The Feel-Good Project
8th July 2019 – The Feel-Good Project
20th May 2019 The Feel-Good Project