Thame Therapy Clinic raise over £400 for local Charity, Sobell House

by admin / 22 July 2013 / No Comments

On Saturday 20th July, in celebration of 21 years in business, the Thame Therapy Clinic hosted a summer garden party to thank all their loyal customers, old and new, as well as help raise money for local hospice, Sobell House.

The event was a huge success raising in excess of £400.People came in droves throughout the day to enjoy a glass of champagne and Pamper Sessions, which included a number of the clinics complementary therapies from Massage, Reflexology and Aromatherapy to the more unusual treatments of Facial Revitalisation, Iridology and Facial Lymphatics.

Visitors were also treated to live music by Bootlegger. Money was raised for Sobell House via the charity raffle, which featured a host of fantastic prizes, donated by The Thatch, Time Out Café, Rumseys, The Book House, Barr Joinery, House of Spice, Piece of Cake, What’s Cooking, Greens, Monera, Maze Hair, Planet Organics, Cargo, Le Manoir, House of Commons, Waitrose, Anita Yoga and the Clinic itself.

Andrew Roscoe, co-owner with Kieran Spencer since 2007, says “The purpose of the event was to thank our existing clients for their loyal custom over the years as well as welcome new faces to the clinic which we achieved as everyone left with a smile on their face. I also want to take this opportunity to thank the local businesses of Thame for donating such fantastic prizes to our Charity Raffle, we were overwhelmed by the support we received. They helped make the day what it was – a great success and fantastic way to toast our 21st birthday. Here’s to another 21 years!”.

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