Penny Brohn UK is a national charity, funded by public donations that provides free, integrative care to everyone living with cancer, before, during and after treatment. The centre is unique in the British Cancer care landscape having a Whole Life Approach to working with the mind, body, spirit and emotions to support immune system and its ability to keep us well. A beautiful place to be – thank you Penny Brohn for hosting us.
Penny Brohn is renown for its nutritious and delicious culinary offerings. Within the ticket price comes a 3 course meal, coffee & tea for both refreshment breaks, organic spring water and the now legendary Shine Seminars fruit and nut selection. Please email to state your dietary preferences if you have any.
Travelling to the venue
Auspiciously Penny Brohn is accessed via the (surely) Tesla inspired A369, Martcombe rd/Haberfield Hill, the M5 is to the west and Abbotts Leigh to the east.
Pill is a village in North Somerset, England, situated on the southern bank of the Avon, about 4 miles northwest of Bristol city centre. The village is the largest settlement in the civil parish of Pill and Easton-in-Gordano.
There is one bus on Sundays from Bristol Bus Station (bay 12) leaving at 8:40, it arrives at Churchpath Rd/Heywood Rd 9:03 and it is a 15-20 minute walk to Penny Brohn. This is the only public transport option, however it is one and you can, in theory arrive with 5 minutes to settle into your chair. I encourage car sharing, please use the telegram site to offer or ask for lifts.
There is plenty of parking at the venue.
By road – M5 or Clifton/Abbots Leigh along, A369, turn into Pill Road, turn right into Macrae Rd to the end….
Walking from the bus stop, Churchpath Rd, into Ham Green, into Macrae Rd to the end….