Macmillan Day at Percy Court, in Alnwick, took place last Friday, raising £380 for the cancer charity.
Linda Matthews provided free taster sessions of complementary therapies, while Monty the Pug was chief taster on the day.
Complementary therapies are used alongside, or in addition to, conventional medical treatments. They do not claim to cure cancer. People use them to boost their physical or emotional health or to relieve symptoms or side effects.