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Dawn's Daffodil Day Raises £1000 for Charity
On Sunday, the people of Congleton were treated to a sunny Daffodil Day at Sandhole farm, organized by local ‘philanthropreneur’ Dawn Gibbins. Dawn hosted the ‘health awareness and fund raising event’ in memory of her best friend and business partner – her father Peter Gibbins - who died of cancer on that day in 1993.
“His death catalyzed a passion in me to learn as much as possible about the root causes of cancer and to find the road healthier living,” says Dawn. “I want Daffodil Day, Day of Hope, to become an annual event in memory of Dad and as a vehicle to promote more natural lifestyles. What’s more, over the coming year I plan to launch a number of campaigns to raise awareness. Watch my website!”
Cathie Grout, author of ‘ Rabbits don’t Get Lymphoma’ Cathie Grout got things started by recounting how she managed to heal herself of cancer, with a focus on healthy eating.
She explained how people can alkalize their diet and how they can connect with nature, as well as offering guidance on detoxing by avoiding food additives and chemicals commonly found in home and beauty products.
Second speaker was Dawn’s own daughter, Michelle Greaves, who is an NLP practitioner. Michelle gave a strategy to reduce stress and anxiety by taking time out to enjoy what nature has to offer, while listening inner intuition.
Elizabeth Wells, a ‘healthy home’ consultant and feng shui expert, shocked the audience by alerting them to the invisible dangers of geopathic stress and electromagnetic fields that can lurk in the home.
Alison Levesley, soul coach, wound up the proceedings by relaxing everyone with a calming meditation. All followed by a healthy lunch in glorious sunshine, sitting on the lakeside decking.
“I would like to say a big thank you to David and Veronica Worth of Sandhole farm for making this event possible by offering the venue, which was perfect,” says Dawn. “Thanks also to the speakers and all the stallholders who came along to share their healthy offerings with the visitors.”
The Event Raised £1000 for Charity - £500 to be given to East Cheshire Hospice, and £500 to Marie Curie Cancer Care.