Join Helen Rollason Cancer Charity for our very first Tower Trail at Layer Marney Towers!

The Helen Rollason Cancer Charity Fundraising Team are busy organising our very first Tower Trail at Layer Marney Towers taking place on Saturday 17th November 2018. The 5 mile route will be over fields and farmland in the beautiful surrounding countryside. The walk also includes access to the towers, the grounds and adventure playground.

Layer Marney Towers are England’s tallest Tudor gatehouse, which stands within the Essex landscape, commanding views to the River Blackwater and surrounding countryside beyond.
Dogs on leads are welcome and your ticket includes something warming to eat before you set off and a hot drink and treat upon your return.

Adults: £15.00 Children 5 and over: £8.00 Family Ticket: £38.00 (2 adults, 2 children 5 and over)

For tickets please visit www.helenrollason.org.uk or call 01245 380719.

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity is dedicated to supporting people whose lives are touched by cancer. Our support centres in Essex, London and Hertfordshire are vital in helping people living with cancer. The centres offer a range of complementary therapies to patients in an environment of peace and tranquility, including counselling, reflexology, aromatherapy, manual lymphatic drainage and support groups. The centres are for patients with all types of cancer at all stages, whether newly diagnosed or longer term, throughout and after completion of treatment. Founded in 1999, the charity is the legacy of BBC broadcaster Helen Rollason, whose vision was:

“Good quality of life while coping with cancer is the most important gift a sick person can receive. It should be available to everyone.”

Providing support for cancer patients’ emotional well-being alongside their medical treatment continues to be at the core of the charity’s mission.

Holly Butler
Marketing & Communications Co-Ordinator
Please note my working days are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

T: 01245 380 719 http://www.helenrollason.org.uk
Yvonne Stewart House
The Street
Hatfield Peverel
Essex
CM3 2EH


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