Family Day for Parents living with a Brain Tumour

Saturday 25 November 2017 Gloucestershire Family Day - The Wilderness Centre Family Days

A fun, relaxing and supportive experience for parents living with a brain tumour and their families, funded by The Lewis Moody Foundation.

Our Family Days allow families the opportunity to spend time together away from a medical or home setting and provide them with the chance to enjoy a day out without the concerns of organising or worries of financial restrictions.

There will be a range of activities to take part in including; archery, crate stack and a climbing wall. The day is free to attend with free parking and lunch will be provided.

Event details

When: Saturday 25 November 2017, 10:00 - 16:00

Where: The Wilderness Centre, Mitcheldean, GL17 0HA

Registration: The day is free to attend and lunch will be provided. Register your family on eventbrite


A message from Lewis Moody “Please join my wife Annie and I at our next Foundation funded Family Day in Gloucestershire. The venue looks fantastic with archery, bush craft and the giant crate stack amongst other activities. I'm particular looking forward to trying my hand at archery! It's a great honour for us to meet families at these days and know how much people come to value them. We would love to welcome you and your family their on the day. Everything is free and taken care of so do please join us if you can."

The days also provide the opportunity for parents and children alike to meet others experiencing similar difficulties and share their stories. For some of the people in attendance this is their first opportunity to be in contact with others affected by brain tumours and the comfort and strength they draw from this is immeasurable.

If you have any questions please contact or call 01252 749990.

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The day is free to attend and a hot lunch will be provided.

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