Headway Suffolk is inviting anyone with an interest in its services to the official opening of its new hub in Bury St Edmunds from 12.30 – 2.30pm on Thursday, April 30.
The charity that supports people with acquired brain injuries and neurological conditions has moved its base in Bury into more suitable premises at St George’s House in Olding Road, which is situated opposite Asda.
The move has enabled Headway to expand its services in its new building with separate rooms, including a fitness room to assist clients with mobility, in a more spacious environment.
Headway Suffolk supports over 200 people across the county with hubs in Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Haverhill and, coming soon, Woodbridge. It also provides clinical therapies and counselling, support at home and in the community, as well as its popular Brainy Dogs scheme.
Helen Fairweather, CEO, said: “It was only a year ago that Headway Ipswich and East Suffolk merged with West Suffolk Headway, and in that time we have managed to find a new home for our clients in Bury St Edmunds.
“We are very excited about this as it will enable us to help more people. We hope many people will come to the opening to see for themselves what we do.”
To register your intent on attending the opening, telephone 01284 702535 or email: [email protected].