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Do you have an elderly relative or close friend for whom you play a caring role?

Then you may wish to take note of a Health and Wellbeing Event being held at Fairford Leys Church, HP19 7HT, on Tuesday 6th October, from 11.00am to 2.00pm.

The event is aimed at older people, their carers and families

The event provide:

  • Disabled access and parking
  • 30 stalls from Statutory and Voluntary Sector organisations giving advice and information.
  • An opportunity to have a mini health check
  • A demonstration of the Red Cross new Everyday First Aid training course designed for vulnerable groups
  • Free refreshments

For more details please contact Elaine Hassall on 01296 585364
or Email: ehassall@aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk

Please pass this information on to anyone you think may be interested.

Elaine Hassall
Community Engagement Officer for Older People

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