FAQs

All events

Can I bring someone with me?

Yes absolutely! We know what an important role loved ones play in supporting those with cancer, so your loved ones are welcome to attend all of the events with you.

Can I just come for a look around?

Yes of course. There is absolutely no pressure to stay for too long or to have a treatment. We hope that you might be tempted to stay for a slice of cake though!

pamper & relaxation events

Is it just for women?

No! Our treatments are suitable for both men & women (as are the tea & homemade cakes!) so we welcome everyone to come along to the event.

Do I need to book an appointment for a treatment?

No, you are welcome to simply arrive on the day. We will have multiple therapists at our event so there won’t be any long waits to have a treatment.
However, if you would prefer to book a treatment at a particular time, please just email us at Thecancerwellbeingcentre@gmail.com and let us know which treatment you would like and your preferred time.

What should I wear? / Will I need to get undressed?

There will be no need for you to get undressed for any of the treatments so please just wear something that you feel comfortable in.

Are your therapists fully qualified?

Yes so you’re in safe (& caring) hands!

west berkshire brewery event

Is it just for men?

No! Although the event is predominantly designed to support men, women are also welcome to attend!

Is the event free of charge?

Yes! Attending the day and taking part in the mini brew, brewery tour and beer tasting is all free of charge. Please note that food from the Taproom kitchen will be available on the day but this will need to be purchased at the bar.

Do I need to book a place?

No, you are welcome to simply arrive on the day. However, if you would prefer to let us know you’re planning on coming along, or you have any further questions, please email Helen at Thecancerwellbeingcentre@gmail.com.

ALL OF OUR EVENT LOCATIONS HAVE PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ON SITE WITH FULL DISABLES ACCESS

Disclaimer: We do not offer medical treatments nor clinical advice.