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CLAN to offer extra local opening hours


By David Porter


A charity which provides support services for those dealing with cancer is to extend its service in Inverurie.

Local services coordinator Gillian Fortey, volunteer Shannon Cruickshank and area services coordinator Janine Still at CLAN's Inverurie Centre.
Local services coordinator Gillian Fortey, volunteer Shannon Cruickshank and area services coordinator Janine Still at CLAN's Inverurie Centre.

Cancer Link Aberdeen and North (CLAN) which operates the cancer support centre in the town is to open its doors on Wednesdays, starting February 3.

Area coordinator Janine Still explained: "We wanted to continue to offer support locally and by increasing our opening hours we are able to welcome more people who are in need of our services.

"The extra daytime hours will allow us to do that."

From February 3 the Inverurie Cancer Support Centre at Burnside Court will be open Monday - 10am - 4pm; Tuesday 11.30am - 7pm; Wednesday 10am - 4pm and Thursday 10am - 4pm.

The CLAN Centre.
The CLAN Centre.

The new opening hours on a Wednesday allow for further support events to be held and this will start with a new Meditation and group mindfulness session every Wednesday from 10.30am - 11.30am.

The next open coffee morning will be Visualisation for Wellbeing on Monday, February 3 with Helen London at 10.30am.



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