ROMSEY community members have celebrated the anniversary of Jane Scarth House's new home.

The cancer support charity moved into its home at 37a The Hundred last August, and on the 22nd this year, the mayor of Test Valley, Ian Carr, helped to mark the anniversary occasion.

The mayor of Romsey, cllr Dorothy Baverstock also spent the afternoon at the new home of the organisation.

Anne Campbell, manager of the centre, said: "It has been a busy year with more people accessing the centre.

"A new therapy, manual lymphatic drainage massage, is proving to be very popular with those dealing with lymphoedema. The centre is now open until 6.30pm every other week offering appointments for those working full-time in order to access counselling.

"On Wednesday August 22, a butterfly tea was held throughout the day and people dropped in to say hello or to look around for the first time."