Our tie-up with a charity that cares for adults with learning disabilities in an eco-friendly environment proved very successful at Saturday’s Christmas Cracker in Exmouth. Together we raised £250 for Stallcombe House.
Visitors to the stall in the Strand that Hands-on Health shared with Stallcombe House bought health and fitness gift vouchers and Stallcombe House crafts and produce as well as raffle tickets for a prize draw.
An exhibition in the clinic itself, of art and craft produced by the residents of Stallcombe House, included the first public viewing of a stunning feltwork wallhanging, designed by art teacher Sam Smith, which features work by every single resident.
Chris Thistle, Stallcombe’s General Manager said: “What a fantastic start to our partnership with Hands-on Health. An enormous amount of interest was shown by the general public about Stallcombe House in what proved to be a very positive day.”
In the raffle, Mr Doughty and Mrs Davis won Hands-on Health massage vouchers, and Dan Calland and Mark Auton won hampers of Stallcombe House produce.
Once again, we’re showing the power of teamwork and local community.
In the run-up to Christmas, anyone booking a 15-minute no-charge consultation or taster at Hands-on Health will be invited to make a donation to Stallcombe House.
At our Exmouth eco-clinic, we offer a multi-disciplinary team approach involving acupuncture, emotional freedom technique, massage therapies, McTimoney chiropractic, myofascial release, nutrition, reflexology, circuit training, corrective exercise, Pilates, Tai Chi, TRX, yoga and more.