A BUSINESS hub in Northwich has been described as being like a human body shop, such is the variety of services on offer.

Weaver Business Centre, on Winnington Avenue, has it all covered, from the head right down to the toe, with counsellors, psychologists, physiotherapists and a podiatrist - as well as a place to get your hair done - Liam Spruce Hairdressing.

Northwich Guardian: A counselling room at Weaver Business Centre

A counselling room at Weaver Business Centre

Nicki Livesey, who rents a unit in the centre for her counselling service company Achieve 360, said she wanted to make people aware of the services on offer.

"I've been over there for several months and I just think it's a shame not many people seem to know about it," she said.

"There's so many businesses in here.

"It is almost like a body repair shop and everything is under one roof."

Nicki's company specialises in offering support to families and children, helping with ADHD, autism as well as anger management and trauma. All her staff are members of British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

"We used to work in schools which meant we didn't have a base," she added.

"Instead of home visits, people now come to us.

Northwich Guardian: Weaver Business even caters for stamp collectors

Weaver Business Centre even caters for stamp collectors

Emma Moores of Cotswold & Stuart Covers is the oldest philatelic company in the UK and sells mint stamps and other items the Royal Mail issue each month.

She said: "I’m quite a bit different from the other services on offer there, as I sell First Day Covers

"If you are interested in something particular, such as military or the royal family, we can help.

"Or if you're looking to get a gift for someone celebrating a special birthday, we can help with that too."

Northwich Guardian: Liam Spruce Hairdressers in Weaver Business Centre

Liam Spruce Hairdressers in Weaver Business Centre

Lorraine Calland established Vale Royal Chiropractic Clinic in Northwich in 1998 and moved into the centre in 2017.

She said: "Chiropractors are trained to diagnose, treat, manage and prevent disorders of the musculoskeletal system (bones, joints and muscles) and use a range of techniques to reduce pain, improve muscle function and increase mobility."

Another of the businesses in the centre is Sheena Storah & Associates Ltd Chartered Physiotherapists.

They offer various forms of manual therapy, mobilisation, massage, acupuncture and electrotherapy.