CLAN will shine a spotlight on a new range of wellbeing services at an upcoming information session in Fraserburgh.
People can attend the free event on Monday (April 6) at any time from 11am to 2pm at its base at 58A High Street, The Hub, Fraserburgh Development Trust.
Estelle Robb, who provides CLAN’s specialist salon services, will be on hand to speak to visitors about how the charity can help those affected by cancer, with services ranging from haircutting and wig styling to bra fitting and lingerie and prosthesis support.
Angie Christie, CLAN North area co-ordinator, said: “We recently rolled out our specialist lingerie advice and bra fitting service in Aberdeen and demand for appointments has led to the initiative being made available throughout the north-east. This session gives visitors the chance to get an insight into the range of services available, whether at CLAN or our community bases.
“If there is enough demand from the Fraserburgh community we will look to offer a consultation day of one-to-one sessions with Estelle. We have a fantastic specialist team that works as part of the salon and nutrition service committed to helping anyone affected by cancer and I would urge anyone who is keen to find out more about our services in Fraserburgh to come along and find out more.”
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