The Sara Lee Trust is working in partnership with Look Good Feel Better, an international cancer charity running free confidence-boosting workshops for people undergoing treatment for any type of cancer.
Each group session is led by trained volunteers and is a chance to meet others in a similar situation, as well as learning useful skills and techniques to manage the side-effects of cancer treatment. This partnership enables us to provide much needed services to improve confidence and body image among local people affected by cancer.
Look Good Feel Better - 2020 Dates
Wednesday 22nd January – 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm – At The Sara Lee Therapy Centre
Wednesday 25th March – 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm – At St Michael’s Hospice Wednesday 27th May – 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm – At The Sara Lee Therapy Centre Wednesday 22nd July – 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm – At The Sara Lee Therapy Centre Wednesday 23rd September – 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm – At St Michael’s Hospice Wednesday 25th November – 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm – At The Sara Lee Therapy Centre
The Sara Lee Therapy Centre Address:54 Ninfield Road, Bexhill on Sea, TN39 5BD | Telephone: 01424 547517 Our purpose built Therapy Centre is hidden away from the busy main road behind our charity shop in Ninfield Road. Free parking is available in the public car park on the other side of the street, directly opposite Lidl. The Therapy Centre has a small car park, with spaces prioritised for those with restricted mobility.
St Michael’s Hospice
Address: 25 Upper Maze Hill, St Leonards on Sea, TN38 0LB | Telephone: 01424 456608
There is limited parking is onsite but plenty of on street parking available in adjacent roads.
“It was a very uplifting experience and great fun”
“Giving me confidence to wear makeup again. Wonderfully happy, comfortable setting. Thank you”
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The Sara Lee Trust is a much needed service for patients who have a medical condition which is severely impacting on their lives. The service is invaluable for providing patients with supportive care either through complementary therapies or counselling, when they are struggling to cope with their situation. Not only is it a great support for the patients but this also extends to family members who are often just as stressed if not more so than the patient.