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Mothering Sunday in the UK is the equivalent of Mothers’ Day in other countries. It has been celebrated since at least the 16th century. For a long time, it has been a day for giving thanks for all the things our mothers do for us.
Mothering Sunday in the UK is on the fourth Sunday in Lent, most other countries use the US date of the second Sunday in May while others choose 8 March which is International Women’s Day.
In the 17th Century in England a clerical decree was made that broadened the celebration of Lenten Sunday to include real mothers. This was officially titled Mothering Day and became over time an especially compassionate holiday toward the working classes. This is because during Lenten Sunday, servants and trade workers were given permission to travel back to their home towns to visit their families.
Mothering Day was also welcome because it meant a one-day break from the fasting and penance of Lent. As a result families across this country enjoyed a massive feast on a par with Christmas dinner, only in this instance mother was the guest of honour and presented Mothers with cakes and flowers.
Traditionally Simnel cakes were baked, giving Mothering Day its other popular name Simnel Sunday. Traditionally, it was a day when children, mainly daughters, who had gone to work as domestic servants were given a day off to visit their mother and family.
Today it is a day when children give presents, flowers, and home-made cards to their mothers. Most historians think that it was the return to the ‘Mother’ church which led to the tradition of children, particularly those working as domestic servants, or as apprentices, be
Today Mother’s Day is celebrated the world over, regardless of religion and culture. After all, the Mother represents the nurturing, protecting and guiding force to us all and who wouldn’t want to rejoice in that?
Have a great day
Friday afternoon we closed the centre for a visit by Student doctors from Brighton, the events are run on a regular basis and provides the students an insight on how the centre works and it role in the community.
The students have the opportunity to talk to the therapists and try a range of therapies giving them first hand experience and knowledge that they can use in the future.
It was great meeting the Doctors of tomorrow and we look forward to meeting them again
2013 has arrived Lets make it a year to remember.
Can Circle of Health take this oppertunity to wish everybody a fantastic New Year
Happy New Year
Tuesday 6th Nov & 13th start 7.00pm or Saturday 10th & 17th start 10.30am
Many people begin new diets with great enthusiasm and resolve, only to slip back into those old destructive eating patterns three months later. This is because even the very best weight-loss courses only teach you to eat healthily on a conscious level. The only way to achieve lasting change is to reprogramme your subconscious mind through hypnosis, to erase your bad eating habits and change your relationship with food.
When you do this, it won’t feel like a struggle, or that you are missing out. Instead, making healthy choices will feel completely normal and natural to you and your bad eating habits will stop instinctively. When your inner mind constantly confirms that you love to exercise, eat healthily and that you dislike fattening foods…. Becoming slimmer and healthier will become as normal as breathing and you won’t even need to think about what you can eat or worry about dieting again.
NB: It should be noted that Group Hypnosis does not include any individual investigative questioning or counselling and therefore is not appropriate for emotionally challenged people with deep rooted issues regarding their weight.. Ideally, participants will be seeking to lose no more than 2 stone or just drop a dress or jean size…or two!
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Show dates: Wednesday 28th November to Saturday 1st December 2012 at 7.30pm
with a matinee at 2.30pm on Saturday 1st December 2012.
Come and watch Stage Door celebrate their 15 year anniversary as they present the
world premiere of “Back to the Sofa”.
Our show begins on what starts out as a typical rainy bank holiday, until that is;
Betty comes home with a new TV remote.
Who could have known that at the touch
of a button. Betty and her husband Neville would get transported through
their TV screen into a whirlwind musical journey, visiting such
places as the roof tops of London, Rydell High school,ancient Egypt,
The Kit-Kat Club and even the Emerald City
and Willy Wonka’s Chocolate factory!
Join us as we flick through a selection of popular TV musicals as
Betty and Neville try to find their way back………… Back to the Sofa!
The daily Mirror run an interesting article on the use of Homeopathy in the Your Health section on Tuesday 14.8.12 for more details following link below