ABOUT

Axminster Health & Wellbeing Centre is a non profit making, community based charity that promotes health and wellbeing.

Aided by a team of professionals and volunteers, the Centre inspires a wider understanding of the benefits of a healthy mind and body, by supporting people’s physical, emotional, mental, social and spiritual needs.

We are also the base for a number of other organisations including the Axminster Food Bank and Read Easy.

Registered Charity No. 1064307

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Our Vision, Mission and Aims

Our vision is to improve the health & wellbeing of people in and around Axminster and our mission is to deliver complementary healthcare and holistic movement services for all.

Our aim is for the individual to realise his or her own abilities, cope with normal stresses of life, work productively and inclusively, and be able to make a contribution to his or her community.

Our  low cost ‘Wellbeing Services for All’ project helps us to deliver low cost complementary therapies to the community.  Call us on 01297 32331 or pop in for more information.

MAKE A DONATION:

We are extremely grateful for all donations made to the Centre, that aid us in our mission.

You can donate by....

BACS transfer or standing order

Axminster Health and Wellbeing Centre – Sortcode: 30-90-37 Account Number: 00070254

Canned Sunshine "Axminster Food Bank" – Sortcode: 30-90-37 Account Number: 31191660

Cheque

Simply write your cheque out to Axminster Health and Wellbeing Centre and post to  – Axminster Health and Wellbeing Centre, Hanover House, Chard Street, Axminster, Devon, EX13 5DZ

Cash

Please pop into the Centre at Hanover House, Chard Street, Axminster.

Our Team

Our Charity mission is delivered by our Trustees, our Centre Manager, our amazing Volunteers, a Housekeeper and a Handyman

We welcome new people who are wishing to share expertise and help our charity contribute to the community.

We are an equal and diverse Charity.

Our Centre

We are fortunate to be based in Hanover House, a beautiful early nineteenth century terraced house on Chard Street, Axminster. The building was a gift to our charity from our benefactor John Tweed, whose warmth and spirit still informs and inspires us today.