Live well with a health and happiness day at Ely

PUBLISHED: 11:38 19 July 2016 | UPDATED: 11:38 19 July 2016

Join a health and happiness day coming to Ely in September

Join a health and happiness day coming to Ely in September


Take tips to a healthier lifestyle with a well being day coming to Ely.

The event is open to individuals and businesses who want to be inspired to improve their lives.

The East Cambridgeshire Health and Wellbeing Partnership launches its flagship health and happiness day on Sunday September 25 between 11am to 3pm at Ely Country Park.

The event will focus on how people can live healthier and enable them to make better choices which will have a positive impact on their health.

Part of the park will be sectioned into zones for different exhibitors.

From free taster exercise classes provided by local sports groups, to alcohol free mocktails sold by local producers it is hoped a variety of stall holders will attend to make the day a success.

An organiser spokesman said: “The event offers a fantastic opportunity for people to access local sports groups, organisations and businesses to get useful tips and information that can inspire them to take the first step towards a better lifestyle in a number of areas including healthy diet, healthy lifestyle choices, exercise, relaxation and mental health.

People will also be able to access NHS services that can support them to achieve these lifestyle changes, such as programmes that support people to lose weight, stop smoking or cut down on alcohol.

For enquiries email or call 01353 665555 and speak to a member of the health and happiness day team.

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