Physiotherapy firm raffle
A MACCLESFIELD based physiotherapy and complementary therapy practice is holding a 40th anniversary celebration fundraiser for East Cheshire Hospice in memory of its founder.
Established by physiotherapist John Honey in 1974, Trinity House Practice is launching a major raffle from September 1.
The practice’s director of clinical services, Ross Whiteside, said: “John founded and built up this business from scratch, starting in a converted pigsty in Pott Shrigley.
“Unfortunately John died from cancer in 1993 but was well supported by the staff and volunteers at East Cheshire Hospice.
“This practice has been proud to support the hospice ever since. John’s son Mike and his wife Lisa grew it into a successful multidisciplinary practice.
“Not only did the hospice support John Honey but it continues to do such important work.
“In particular we applaud its work with complementary therapies with patients to help give people a better quality of life.”
The Trinity House Practicea raffle will run until a draw on December 22, with a top prize ofs a £250 iPad mini, plus vouchers for free treatments at the practice including life coaching, shiatsu massage, reflexology, reiki and one-on-one pilates.
The practice’s sports masseur has also pledged to give 10 per cent of her September profits to the hospice and the firm is running a series of expert talks in return for donations.
For more information, visit www.trinityhouse practice.com or email info@trinityhouse practice.com For raffle tickets (£1 each or £5 a book) call 01625 500777.
» Ross Whiteside (second right) with staff at Trinity House Practice