Keeping you up to date with our progress at the Aurora Wellbeing Centre, Memorial Avenue, Worksop...
Valerie's Tea Room
The new Art Deco coffee counter has been fitted and gives our tea room a completely new feel! Drop in for a tea or coffee, with other refreshments and homemade food available from 14th February, when we are holding our grand opening from 2pm - 7pm. Open daily after.
We aim to open our gym room for Aurora patients past and present by Monday 4th February. Refurbishment is currently underway. With dedicated gym staff, you will be able to participate in various classes, such as gentle yoga. The aim is to build confidence whilst exercising in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere.
The charity shop sells good quality clothing, books and bric-a-brac at reasonable prices. Stock is always needed, thus we appreciate your donations that we can sell for profit for Aurora.
Counselling and Mindfulness
By April, we hope to be up and running with our innovative Mindfulness 6-week programme in our 'soft room', which teaches about breaking habits and ruminations and learning to live in the here and now. We believe mindful living has a positive effect on cancer outcomes, and that anyone can benefit.
We are excited about our new ventures and will keep you updated!
AWARDS NIGHT RAISES £2700 FOR CHARITY
Licensees and guests raised almost £2700.00 for the Aurora Cancer Charity at the Doncaster Best Bar None awards night on Monday 21st January. The money was raised through a raffle, auction and photographs taken with a James Bond inspired Asten Martin DB5 kindly loaned for the evening by Shaun Fowther.
This money will be used by Aurora Wellbeing Centres at Doncaster, Mexborough and Bassetlaw to provide free beauty therapy for hundreds of local cancer patients. Thank you to Andy Constantine and his team at Doncaster Council for such a well managed and presented eventa and for choosing to support Aurora once again.
Also a huge congratulations to Cask Corner who were this years overall winners!
Scott Stretton is an ex service member who was injured in the army and told that he may never walk again! However, after many cycling events he has graciously decided to support Aurora Wellbeing Centres helping patients and their families goin through cancer treatments.
He will be leaving on a 115 mile round cycling trip from Aurora Wellbeing Centre, Memorial Avenue, Worksop on Saturday 14th September 9am
Come and show your support!!