Please join us for a fantastic evening full of fun, fizz and fabulous raffle prizes, all whilst learning the facts about menopause!

We’re looking forward to hosting this special fundraising event in support of Mandy Macqueen’s 2020 London Marathon run with guest speaker the Mindful GP, Dr Molefi.

12th October 2020 from 7.30pm (New Date)
Venue t.b.c.

Tickets available to book soon.

All proceeds from this key fundraising event are in aid of Mandy Macqueen’s 2020 London Marathon run, which will support of our charity to provide the people in Herts and Beds with a high demand funded counselling service.

Hot flushes, night sweats, erratic periods, vaginal dryness, weight gain, aching joints, mood swings, tiredness, anxiety, depression and forgetfulness! The list seems endless! 

“Yes, we are talking about perimenopause and menopause symptoms, and thank goodness we are now talking openly about it! It is no longer the taboo subject of years gone by.”

Dr Molefi, a local GP and menopause expert, will share some insights and practical advice on how we can thrive during the menopause transition. There will also be the opportunity for you to ask all of your many questions!

For most women the menopause is a natural transition in life that occurs generally between the ages of 45 and 55 years.

A woman’s experience of the menopause is unique to them. Whilst some may sail through seamlessly, others can suffer distressing and debilitating menopause symptoms that significantly impact their quality of life.

The key to a smoother transition during this important phase in a woman’s life is a healthy lifestyle earlier on in life. This minimises the severity and intensity of menopausal symptoms and long term impact on the mind and body.

We’re looking forward to sharing lots of information with you so that you can feel confident and informed about the menopause.

So please join us for what promises to be a good night and all for a good cause.

Find out more about our guest speaker for the night, Dr Wendy Molefi the Mindful GP here.

Read about local mum, Mandy Macqueen and her incredible preparation for her marathon run in April: