Look Good Feel Better Charity helps women with cancer

All of us will know of someone with cancer and the devastating feelings that diagnosis will bring. Look Good Feel Better (LGBF) is a charity set up by the in 1994 to give free pampering therapy skin care and make up workshop sessions to women with cancer.

Volunteers with a background in beauty support these workshops which are intended to make women feel ‘normal’, especially when suffering the side effects of their cancer treatment. There are over 80 centres around the country and the nearest to Waterlooville is at the Macmillan Centre in Queen Alexandra Hospital Cosham, Portsmouth.

One LGBF beneficiary wrote, “The workshop changed my life around and showed how I could look like the me I used to be, not the me who happens to be a cancer patient”

For more details on this excellent charity and what it could do for you visit their website at www.lgfb.co.uk

About mikew

Retired from Royal Navy after 30 years before becoming a Resource (and later Deployment) Manager with DERA (now QinetiQ) and now retired for the second time! Interests include being a volunteer at the Kings Theatre Portsmouth (recently retired as Trustee Director). Church Warden at Holy Trinity Blendworth. Secretary of our Rotary Club's Community Service, Vocational and Youth Committee for 2012-14. Currently the Club's Secretary.


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