Keeping Seaton on its toes

PUBLISHED: 12:38 21 May 2009 | UPDATED: 23:33 15 June 2010

VISITORS to the Community Resource Centre in Seaton put their best feet forward with a relaxing massage from a reflexologist volunteer.

VISITORS to the Community Resource Centre in Seaton put their best feet forward - with a relaxing massage from a reflexologist volunteer.The centre, funded by Seaton Hospital League of Friends (SHLF), has been running for almost two months.The centre is used by different groups and acts as an information centre - with leaflets ranging from health to church to 'what's on' in Seaton and district.Carole Arnold, of SHLF, said: "The centre is a real point of information for the people of Seaton and District."We would now like to invite specific groups who deal with MS, dementia and strokes to set up a support system which will offer information and help for sufferers."She thanked Seaton Phoenix for donating all the leaflet holders and notice board and added that donations would be given to the hospital to benefit patients and staff.The centre's diary is: Monday, free; Tuesdays - every fourth Tuesday morning from 11am to 12.30am is a police surgery, afternoon sessions from 2pm to 4pm are for reflexology sessions and can be pre-booked; Wednesday is volunteer information centre; Thursdays are for Christians Together - advice and support; Fridays are free.There are still vacancies if any group or organisation is interested in holding meetings or open days. Anybody interested in volunteering should pop into the centre.


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