Stowhealth is pleased to present their latest artshow due to open on March 13th 2007 at 7pm

'Stowaway Health’

A Travel and Art show open 9am-6pm Monday to Friday until 12th June
         
featuring artists: Hazel Bignell, Chris Coe, Alison Malcolm, Douglas Page, Cyndi Speer, John Thompson, Clive Wakeford and Damian Woodford

The show will loosely focus on a travel and traveller’s health theme so that the art viewer can consider such health issues as; immunisation against tropical disease, safe sun protection, safe sex, anti-malarial advice etc.
The show is dedicated to Stowhealth’s late partner, Dr Ian Jenkins, who was a keen traveller and died whilst holidaying in Sri Lanka last year.
 
Stowhealth has a travel clinic offering comprehensive travel advice face to face, and over the phone, and is a registered yellow fever centre. The ‘Total health’ complementary shop sells various travel products within the health centre and recently launched its on-line shop www.stowtotalhealth.com for a full range of complementary and travel products.

At the opening on Tuesday evening (all welcome) there will be stands offering travel health advice and travel counselling!

We are grateful to our sponsors; Suffolk County Council and ‘Travel Photographer of the Year’ who are supplying books as prizes for the winners of the patient’s art competition held in conjunction with the show.
The exhibition is open to all, from 9 to 6pm Monday to Friday March 13th to June 12th 2007
Stowhealth takes 30% commission for any sales of art work, which all goes to their patient amenity fund, supporting health needs for the local community.

Enquiries to: Dr Louise Skioldebrand 07866 844396, or louiseskiol@aol.com or to kathryn.parrish@gp-d83044.nhs.uk, tel 01449 776090

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