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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 30 YEARS


41 Main Street, Cockermouth, Cumbria CA13 9JS It’s all happening at North Lakes


Summer is nearly over and with autumn approaching quickly, we’re having a change of staff in the shop. Our receptionist Louise has been with us for a year but now it’s time to say farewell as she leaves to go to University in September. We’ll miss her greatly, wish her all the best with her future endeavours and would also like to wish all other students heading off to school and university good luck for the new term.


In Louise’s place, we’re having our lovely new receptionist Catriona, who will be starting on the 17th of August. We very much look forward to her joining the team here at North Lakes Health Store and Clinic and are sure she will do brilliantly in her new role.


In other news, we’ve had a re-stock on Himalayan Salt Lamps. The basic premise behind a salt lamp is to help beautify and refresh your indoor air and provide an attractive soothing light in your home, as they can increase the negative ion count of the air we breathe by 300 percent. Negative Ions are electronically charged molecules made up of oxygen created in nature by wind, sunlight, rain storms and the sea. The higher the negative ion count, the better the air we breathe. Computers, televisions, air conditioners and tobacco smoke


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7.30pm, Thursday 14th September Please wear loose clothing


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Marilyn Lawrence MBTPA CNHC


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all produce positive ions, which are detrimental to our health. Negative ions are known to be effective in eliminating these indoor pollutants and have been known to speed healing and bring relief to health conditions.


Tests carried out by scientists at UCLA have found that a very small quantity of negative ions kills bacteria and removes them from the air.Breathing air saturated in negative ions has a highly beneficial effect on your health. Negative ions harmonise the vibrations of all our body cells and contribute to improving our body functions.


For many years, the benefits of negative ions in the treatment of many illnesses, so as such salt crystal lamps are an additional and natural instrument in the treatment of such disorders.


The light emitted by salt lamps is reputed to be therapeutic, it’s certainly very restful and calming which makes them very popular in spas, hotels and restaurants around the world. They are also a very ornamental feature and make an ideal and inexpensive gift.


Our salt lamps come in a range of sizes and shapes so you can find the one best suited for your home, now including smooth round lamps for a more sleek and stylish look.


ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE


Kathy Hick MSTAT


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Special Offer ON ALL SUKI TEAS! 10% discount with this voucher Offer extended to 31st August 2017


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PODIATRY Mandy Johnston HCPC registered Chiropodist


For an appointment please call 01900 821122


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