The Harmony Centre situated in the grounds of Walpole Hatch Farm near Halesworth was inspired to hold a Produce & Craft Fair incorporating an Open Day on 9th March 2013 to raise money for two local charities All Hallows Hospital and St Elizabeth Hospice.
The day was a great success with many local craft men and women displaying their products including some fantastic home produce including cakes and soup. 250 plus people turned out in inclement weather, resulting in £1600 being raised for the charities. Practitioners of The Harmony Centre offered demonstrations, talks and taster sessions. A very big thank you goes to all who participated with this event as without them this event would not have been such a great success.
Emily Sheridan from St Elizabeths Hospice and Donna Oakins from All Hallows Healthcare Trust were both presented with a cheque of £800.00 each. The ladies were presented with the cheques from Tony Gillett who joint owns the Harmony Centre with his sister Joan, Mike Sawyer a Massage Therapist who also offers Aromatherapy Treatment, Hot Stone Massage, Reiki and Indian Head Massage and Abigail Lee another practitioner at the centre offering Shiatsu and Meditation Classes.
Both Charities are extremely grateful for the hard work and support received from everyone at the Harmony Centre. Donations ensure that both All Hallows Healthcare Trust based in Ditchingham and St Elizabeths Hospice based in Ipswich continue their vital work.
Therapies available at The Harmony Centre include; Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Counselling, Homoeopathy, Hypnotherapy, Kinesiology, Massage, Meditation Classes, Pilates, Qigong, Reflexology, Reiki, Shiatsu and Yoga. There is in the region of 30 different treatments and classes available for further information please visit www.theharmonycentre.com