Dear Steve Firstly, on behalf of the Trustees of Romsey Cancer Support Centre, I would like to thank you and everyone at BKP for your generosity in joining Jane’s Army and giving us a reduced price for asbestos disposal, making the project for a new Jane Scarth House possible. I am delighted to say that we have now made the move into the new Centre and are already seeing the benefits of being on one level and having additional space to support our clients. This is what a client who visited on the first morning in the new building said “It is unbelievable how fantastically airy and spacious it is. I have a mobility issue and found the stairs at the old centre a bit of a challenge. But the new centre is all on one level and very accessible. The generosity of the people who have made this build possible has been outstanding." We couldn’t let this amazing community effort go unmarked, so we will be holding an opening event on Sunday 1st October 2017 at the new Jane Scarth House. Our patron, the Countess Mountbatten of Burma, will be officially opening Jane Scarth House at 2.30pm. We will be holding an ‘open house’ and raising a glass or two during the remainder of the afternoon. We would be delighted to welcome you, your colleagues and your families both to thank you for your contribution and also to give you the opportunity to show just what you have all made possible. Please feel free to join us for the official opening, or just pop in later if you prefer. Best regards Sue JonesTrustee, Romsey Cancer Support Centre

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