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By Haddenham Webteam - 27th July 2013 6:00am
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust is holding a free Healthy Child Fayre on Wednesday 14th August 10.00am — 12.30pm at the Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School, Aylesbury.
With over 20 stands providing key information for promoting and supporting child health, this is a great opportunity to find out more.
Our clinical and non clinical experts will be on hand to offer advice about a broad range of services available as well as guidance on areas such as where to take your child when in need of urgent care, how to pack a healthy lunchbox, accident prevention etc.
Partner colleagues will also be on hand to provide information such as the Buckinghamshire Family information service and much more.
Please come along and join us, everyone welcome, children, young people, parents and grandparents.
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