58 South Molton Street Well Being Business Centre will be joining in with the fun and inviting you to visit their open day. Where you can take part in the many talks, taster sessions and demonstrations that will be taking place throughout the day, there will be talks from Dr Terry at the Skin Energy Clinic on how to get into that ‘little black dress’ for the Christmas party that you just have to look amazing for to spinal checks from Amberin Fur and Avni Trivdi at the Osteopathic Consultancy. We all love Christmas and want to make it the best possible time, so why not pop along and see leading professionals from Noam Sagi and Associates for a free 30 minute one on one ‘let’s talk relationships’ consultation.58 South Molton Street will be a hive buzzing with activities for all to take part in.
Together with the South Molton Street Association we will be collecting donations for Great Ormond Street Hospital in the form of either monetary donations or toys and gifts, if you would like to donate toys please note that they must be new (as this lowers the risk of infection). You can donate anything, from toys and video games to books, playdough and dvds (nothing over age rating 12 please). The age range of the children who attend Great Ormond Street Hospital is from 0-18, so think about teenagers too. Anything you can donate would be greatly appreciated.
So, come along and join in the fun at 58 South Molton Street Well Being Business centre, we look forward to welcoming you on Thursday 15th November.
For more information about the event and to reserve a place visit the 58 South Molton Street website: http://www.58southmoltonst.co.uk/open-day/
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