The Trust is teaming up with Stanley Children’s Centre to bring an exciting and educational free Easter event to Outwood.
From 10am to 1:30pm on Monday 14 April, members of Trust staff will be on hand at Outwood Memorial Hall, Victoria Street, to offer a variety of health and wellbeing advice alongside fun Easter activities suitable for all ages.
During the event, attendees will be able to have a free mini health check provided by the Trust’s health trainers, get healthy eating advice from the community food and health team and receive tips on how to quit smoking from the Wakefield stop smoking service.
The Trust’s Expert Patient Programme, which supports people experiencing long-term illnesses to manage their condition, will also be at the event along with a Shape Your Pregnancy advisor providing tips on how to maintain a healthy weight through pregnancy.
There will also be a host of craft and bake stalls to pick up your Easter gifts from, a tombola to try your luck at and Stanley Children’s Centre will be running children’s activities and fun games to keep young ones entertained.
Andrea Brooking, senior health trainer at the Trust, said: “This will be a great Easter event for all the family. You can receive valuable advice from our staff on a number of health issues, and there’s plenty of fun to be had.”
The Trust’s health trainers, who helped to organise the event, offer help and advice on topics such as losing weight, cutting down on alcohol and increasing physical activity in Wakefield.
To find out more, contact Andrea Brooking on 07810856082 or firstname.lastname@example.org.