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Treatment centre to go.

THOUSANDS of Wirral cancer patients have been told a holistic therapy centre is to be demolished.

Staff at Wirral Holistic Care said they were given no warning that the building they had occupied for 16 years, at St Catherine's hospital, Birkenhead, was to be torn down.

Chief Executive Dorothy Crowther said: ``We were told informally this week we'd have to be out by April 2005. This came without consultation. ''

A spokesperson for Birkenhead and Wallasey Primary Care Trust said: ``Decisions are taking place for the redevelopment of the St Catherine's site. We are committed to finding alternative premises to enable Wirral Holistic Care to continue.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jul 31, 2004
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