Current Projects and Events

Therapists' Meetings

 

Therapists meet on the 2nd Monday of every month usually at the Penfold Centre. However, due to the issues surrounding the Coronavirus, it has been decided to suspend meetings being held at the Penfold Centre. The next meeting on the 15th June is likely to be suspended as all of our projects are on hold.

Trustees' Meetings

Trustees also meet on the 2nd Monday of every other month usually at the Penfold Centre. Due to COVID-19, the April Trustees' Board meeting was held by videoconference. Following agreement from all of our members, our AGM will now also be held on the 11th May by videoconference from 6 pm.

Thames Walk

Due to the ongoing issues surrounding the Coronavirus, we have taken the decision to reschedule our annual Thames Walk from April to September.  Please refer to this page for updates. 

Please see our Local  Giving fundraising page and donate.

 

The Sheepdrove Trust are generously sponsoring

us for another year to carry out treatments at Neal's Yard. Many thanks!

The discounted clinic at Neal's Yard, W11 has continued throughout 2020 but is currently suspended. It normally takes place on Monday mornings and has the option of acupuncture, massage or reflexology.

 

 It is for anyone who does NOT qualify for our other projects and is over 55 and/or a carer. Please leave message on "Contact us" or contact office.

Every week for over a decade we have delivered treatments to a number of St Mungo’s hostels.

St Mungo’s is a well known charitable organisation caring for the homeless, and they have witnessed over many years the benefits of Munro’s therapies. St Mungo's continue to believe in and fund our work. Each hostel supports a different client group; some for short and others for longer stay homeless people, who may for example be suffering from alcohol or drug abuse. They are always pleased to see our therapists who make them feel special and enable them, through treatment, to relax and talk openly about their life stories and health issues.

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