Caroline Peyton - who has a clinic in Old Town - has announced an online health and wellbeing auction in aid of Cirencester's The Churn Project.
The qualified nutritional therapist and naturopath behind Peyton Principles will be running the auction from Monday 3 October - Friday 21 October.
The value of the products and services already promised, has a total retail price of over £800, and even more items will be added to the list right up to the auction launch date.
Caroline has approached high-quality companies that she has regularly used and recommended in her clinical practice and says she can personally vouch for the excellence that each product or service donated.
She said: “This year I am hoping to raise over £500. Last year, I was thrilled that the auction raised over £400. It is a great opportunity to buy early Christmas presents for friends and family and every penny goes to a great cause as The Churn project helps many people in the Cotswolds community.”
Auction lots include 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 much more!
Caroline says she is committed to raising funds for The Churn Project that helps to support the most vulnerable and marginalised people of the Cirencester area, aiming to reduce isolation and improve wellbeing.
Members of the public can take part in the auction in a number of ways:
- Through Caroline’s private Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthlifestylenutrition
- On her business page: https://www.facebook.com/peytonprinciples
- Or by joining her email list for nutrition and lifestyle advice: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Caroline is a founder member of the Naturopathic Nutrition Association (NNA). The NNA is 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 Swindon’s Old Town, and the Cotswolds, as well as working with many clients online.
She specialises in nutritional therapy, gut and digestive issues and is an advocate of wellbeing in the workplace.
More information about Caroline can be found at https://www.peytonprinciples.com