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The Blantyre Project Book is a collection of tales, folklore, old stories, anecdotes, photos and historical information about the town of Blantyre. The author Paul Ververka is a local Blantyre businessman interested in all aspects of History & Community life in the town. Paul is kindly donating all proceeds of the book to The Haven centre and copies can be ordered online at http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Blantyre-Project-Journey-Volume/dp/1490457453 for £12.22 (RRP £14.99). Contact connie@thehavencentre.com or phone 01698 727886 if you would like more information

 The Haven is offering self management courses across Lanarkshire for people and their carers affected by Multiple Sclerosis. The courses will contain education about MS, the impact of MS, mindfulness practices and coping with stress. For dates and more information about each course please download a pdf.  All places are free and tea and coffee will be provided.

If you are interested in attending any of these courses, to book your place  or would like more information please contact Pamela Brady at The Haven on 01698 727884.



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The Haven Centre
Blantyre Health Centre
Victoria Street
G72 0BS

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01698 727884

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Monday-Friday 10am-4pm
(Late night Tuesday till 7pm)

"The Haven is a place of emotional and spiritual calm; a healing sanctuary for the body, mind and soul. The Haven, its staff and volunteers all contribute to make it these things and more. They are listeners, guides, helpers and friends"

Glasgow & Lanarkshire Charity offering Support for those with Life Limiting Illness

The diagnosis of a life limiting illness such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease, Parkinsonís disease and Huntingtonís disease is a life changing event, not only for the individual but for the whole family and those closest to that person.

The Haven offers a programme of support designed to help individuals cope with the physical, emotional and practical aspects of their illness and to enable them to face the future with hope.

Support is offered to people of all ages including children and to all the family members and carers. The support is provided for people at all stages of their illness from the point of diagnosis onwards and is specifically tailored to meet the needs of the individual.

The Haven operates as a drop in centre with no need for medical referral and all services are provided free of charge. The Haven team of specialist nurses, therapists, and volunteers work closely together to provide the highest standard of care.

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