Leighton osteopath James Stewart is expanding his business and he opens the doors to his latest clinic this Saturday.
James, 26, established his first enterprise in Milton Keynes two years ago but he was keen to expand into his home town.
He’s now taken over rooms at Waterdene House, Water Lane, just yards from the High Street, to launch the Brecon Clinic, an Osteopathy and Sports Injury Centre, and will be offering sports people and the non-sporty types, a complete package of care.
Working alongside James will be a chiropodist and a sports therapist.
The grand opening is at 3.30pm on Saturday when the public can drop by for a chat.
There’s an added incentive of delicious cakes and Costa coffee plus a chance to enjoy an impressive exhibition of art produced by the charity MKSNAP, which helps those with physical or learning difficulties.
Said James: “I did work experience with MKSNAP when I was at school and I’m keen to continue supporting them.
“I also have my clinic in their building.
“But I wanted to expand into Leighton. It’s a lovely little town and it’s where I live.”
James, of Mill Road, started off his business after graduation in the annexe of his parent’s home in Northall before it grew too big and he sought alternative accommodation.
He’s a keen sportman himself, James is a former player with Leighton Town youth and adult teams, he also runs with Leighton Triathlon Club.