What services do you offer people?
We have a team of varied team of therapists and clients can have up to 6 treatments per year, we also have a Beach Hut located in Lyme Regis for use to clients currently set to 3 times within 3 months, this went live in July.
We also offer a library of books and puzzles, we do weekly Zoom catch-ups as we cannot currently run our drop-in service, Creative writing workshops, Nordic Walking, Water Therapy sessions exclusive to our members.
Do you have a target demographic who use your services?
Axminster and Lyme Cancer Support offer immediate help to people within the local area but we do hope to expand the Beach Hut availability wider but due to Covid19 this has been delayed.
How are you funded?
The ALCS is funded by local and national grants along with our own fundraising events.
What’s the most rewarding thing about the work you do?
Knowing that we can help and support people in so many different ways to suit their own individual needs, so that people do not feel alone. We have a number of volunteers and they all get to know the clients and offer different support as and when it is needed.