Plans in place for Health Action Day in Stevenage
FOLLOWING the success of this year s event, plans for next year s Health Action Day (HAD) in Stevenage are already underway. The annual, free event at Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre will be held on Saturday, February 13. Stalls, demonstrations and pres
FOLLOWING the success of this year's event, plans for next year's Health Action Day (HAD) in Stevenage are already underway.
The annual, free event at Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre will be held on Saturday, February 13.
Stalls, demonstrations and presentations from health and sporting professionals, aimed at raising awareness and education on a variety of health issues and leisure activities, are already lined up.
Celebrity chef Paul Bloxham will also be making an appearance, with tips and recipes for healthy cooking. He will also be joined by several of his colleagues to compete in a Ready Steady Cook-style demonstration, with members of the public as the judges.
Juanita Duffett, wellness manager for Stevenage Leisure Limited and one of the HAD organisers, said: "Each year Health Action Day gets bigger and better. We have had extremely positive feedback from our visitors."
If you would like to have a stall, or are interested in giving a presentation or demonstration on subjects relating to health and wellbeing, call Juanita on 01438 242601 or visit www.healthactionday.org.uk
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