Foresight charity moves in
AN INTERNATIONALLY-RENOWNED fertility charity has moved its headquarters to Clevedon.
Foresight supports people with infertility and has moved to North Somerset from its former base in Bognor Regis.
Since January, the charity has been setting up a new facility in Lower Queens Road where clients can go to gain advice and support as well as have tests carried out.
CEO Kate Mead said: “The modern infrastructure with motorways, rail connections and a local airport were key factors in making Clevedon our base for the future.
“For continuity we had to move everything at once, including the stock of nutritional supplements that are a key part of the programme that helps to get both women and men into optimum health. We also had to move our stock of literature, weighing several tonnes, that advises on lifestyle change.”
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Foresight was set up in 1978 and is seeing an increasing demand from couples hoping to have children later in life.
For more details about the charity call 01275 878953 or visit www.foresight-preconception.org.uk
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