Nutritional therapist raises money for community charity with auction

By Jessica Durston - 14 November 2022

  • Caroline Peyton

    Caroline Peyton

Nutritional therapist Caroline Peyton has raised more money for the Churn Project with an online health and wellbeing auction.

Local nutritionist and naturopath Caroline Peyton has a clinic - Peyton Principles - in Old Town. 

Last year, Caroline donated £1,000 to The Churn Project, raised through various activities such as running online programmes where a portion of the fee was donated to the charity and her 2021 online auction, which totalled £400. 

The Churn Project is a charity that supports vulnerable and marginalised people across the community in Cirencester and nearby villages since 2001. More information can be found on the charity's website at

Caroline says she is thrilled to have exceeded last year’s online auction total and, this year, has raised £527 which will be donated to the charity.

She added: “I am so pleased to have raised so much for such a great cause. The Churn Project helps many people supporting the most vulnerable and marginalised people  and aiming to reduce isolation and improve wellbeing.”

The total retail value of the 14 lots in the online auction was over £800 and were products or services donated by high-quality companies that Caroline has regularly used and recommended in her clinical practice and for which she said she can personally vouch.

The auction lots included nutritional supplements; ‘superfood’ powders; gut-supporting therapeutics; first-rate food intolerance test for ages 2+ testing over 200 foods; organic food box; organic skincare; Thai massage voucher and more.

Caroline is a founder member of the Naturopathic Nutrition Association (NNA) – a professional association for nutritional therapists. She graduated with a Diploma in Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy in 2009, before setting up her own practice a year later.

Caroline runs clinics in the Cotswolds, Swindon’s Old Town as well as working with many clients online. She aims to help individuals improve their health and wellbeing, with a strong emphasis on digestive gut health, through personalised programmes focused on their diet and lifestyle.

For more information about Caroline, people can visit

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