Cancer Support Scotland has launched an appeal for complementary therapists and counsellors willing to give up some time to offer their services to those affected by cancer.
Representatives from the charity will be at Rothesay Library tomorrow (Thursday, June 26) from 10am to 1pm, and will be only too happy to speak to anyone with these relevant skills and might be interested in providing services for island residents in the near future.
Anyone planning on attending is advised it might be helpful to bring their CV and references, although this is not essential.
Cancer Support Scotland provides therapeutic assistance who are undergoing medical treatment elsewhere (usually through the NHS). The services provided can range from massage to aromatherapy, chiropody to counselling and stress management, and a whole lot more.