Cancer survivor backs new Rugby centre

Tim Stimpson (former British Lions), James Golding (One Step at a Time), Arabella Arkwright (Core Health and Wellness), David Sheepshanks CBE (St George's Park National Football Centre) Jean-Pierre Meersseman and Stefaan Vossen (both Core Health and Wellness)
Tim Stimpson (former British Lions), James Golding (One Step at a Time), Arabella Arkwright (Core Health and Wellness), David Sheepshanks CBE (St George's Park National Football Centre) Jean-Pierre Meersseman and Stefaan Vossen (both Core Health and Wellness)
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A cancer survivor from Rugby is championing the work of a new centre of clinical and sporting excellence.

James Golding joined guests at the opening of Core Health and Wellness at Hatton Technology Park near Warwick.

The centre was established by husband and wife team Stefaan and Angela Vossen together with Arabella Arkwright, who owns the Hatton Estate, with her husband Johnnie Arkwright.

James, 34, said: “Stefaan started to provide my treatment around six years ago.

“I was in a pretty bad way and thought it might be muscular pain. In November 2008, I was diagnosed with an 11-and-a-half inch tumour wedged between my spine, kidney and bowel and Stefaan and the team around him have played an integral part in my recovery process and helping me to learn how to walk again.”