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New Cross Hospital Wolverhampton seeks volunteer CNHC registered reflexologists

New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton is seeking CNHC registered reflexologists to volunteer at its Macmillan Support & Information Centre. Practitioners will ideally also be registered for aromatherapy although this is not essential.

Successful applicants will need to be available for three hours a week on a day arranged to suit.

Initial induction training will be provided.

Closing date: 15th November 2013

Please call Hilary Waite for an informal chat on 01902 695217/01902 695234

Added: 2013-10-22 11:41:10.523
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