Stakehill Business Improvement District (BID) successfully organised a health fair on Wednesday 26th July 23 from 11am to 3pm. The event aimed to promote health and well-being among the industrial estate’s employees and local community members. With a diverse range of 11 stalls, attendees had the opportunity to explore various health-related services and engage with professionals from different fields.
The health fair, held in the centre of the industrial estate, attracted a significant number of participants throughout the day. Visitors were able to access a wide range of health screenings and consultations, including blood pressure checks.
The participating stalls showcased the expertise of various healthcare professionals, including physiotherapists, chiropractors, and wellness coaches. Attendees had the opportunity to interact with these experts, gaining valuable insights into maintaining a healthy lifestyle and addressing any concerns they may have had.
In addition to the informative stalls, the health fair also featured interactive activities and demonstrations. Visitors were able to participate in fitness challenges, receive personalised exercise recommendations, and learn about stress management techniques. The event fostered a sense of community and encouraged individuals to take proactive steps towards improving their overall health.
Stakehill BID, the driving force behind the health fair, expressed their commitment to fostering a healthy and supportive environment within the industrial estate. By organising such events, they aim to raise awareness about the importance of health and encourage individuals to prioritise their well-being.
The BID expressed their gratitude to all the participants, stallholders, and attendees for making the health fair a success. They emphasised their commitment to organising similar events in the future, with the aim of continuously promoting health and well-being within the Stakehill Industrial Estate community.
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