Encouraging residents to think differently about health and wellbeing
Wandsworth Mayor Stuart Thom will open the innovative Wandsworth Community Wellbeing Day on 9th October. The event, being held at the Wandsworth Town Hall Civic Suite, is aimed at encouraging Wandsworth residents to think outside the box when it comes to health and wellbeing.
The event’s organisers at Lifetimes Charity want to demonstrate the variety of services that go into making us happy and healthy.
“All sorts of things contribute to health and wellbeing, including volunteering, access to advice, and community sector support. Wandsworth provides an abundance of these voluntary sector services and we wanted to showcase the great work our colleagues are doing in the borough,” said Lifetimes CEO Tina Champion.
The day, which runs from 12pm – 5pm, will pack in demonstrations from local dance, music and exercise groups, alongside information and advice stalls run by the leading community and voluntary sector organisations in the borough, as well as representatives from NHS health services. All are welcome to drop in during the day.
Wandsworth Community Wellbeing Day
When: Thursday 9th October, 12pm – 5pm (drop-in)
Where: Civic Suite, Wandsworth Town Hall, Wandsworth High Street, SW18 2PU
Stalls * Information * Demonstrations * Advice * Education * Health and Wellbeing
Join Lifetimes Charity for a day dedicated to improving health and wellbeing in Wandsworth. Visit information stands on all aspects of health and wellbeing, including advice, volunteering, self help groups, housing, care and support, leisure and exercise and much more. Demonstrations throughout the day will showcase ideas for improving health and wellbeing, from yoga to boxing to singing and dance.
More information: www.life-times.org.uk/wellbeing
September 4, 2014