2018 Well-Being Day in Memory of Dr Bernadette Tynan

We have now finalised our Well-being day on 8th March 2018, International Womens’ Day in memory of Dr Bernadette Tynan (also her 52nd birthday) who died of endometrial/womb cancer in August 2017. It will be held at The Old Abbey Tap House, Manchester. 11-4pm.

She left Cracking Good Food some money to continue our community outreach work, but we have decided to dedicate it exclusively to her by raising awareness of womb cancer. She wanted no-one to suffer as she did.

We have brought together 3 Doctors leading in this field of womb cancer who will each give a talk, together with well-being practitioners: expect food, cooking, nutrition, therapeutic juices, yoga, massage, counselling and a talk from an academic about why it’s important and healthy to talk about death. Most importantly it’s a day to celebrate, life, health and each other.

All welcome. FREE programme on pay as you feel able basis. Please RSVP so we’ve an idea of numbers:

The very moving film she requested we made 4 weeks before she died is below:
We are trying to fundraise to enable more of these events for the public to continue:
For further info: [email protected]

For more information about Dr Bernadette’s work in education please visit: bernadette-tynan.com

About The Practitioners

Dr Emma Crosbie
Dr Neil Ryan
Dr Helena O’Flynn
Dr Judith Wester
Steph Magenta
Davine Forde
Amanda Aitken
Dina da Silva
Fiona Bleoch
Queenie Richard

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