The people of Billingham will be treated to an extravaganza of activities on August 1st as the Billingham East Health Fayre comes to Bede College in Billingham. The event, funded by Stockton Public Health, aims to promote every aspect of living a healthy lifestyle and wellbeing.
The event, which will be held between 11-3pm at SRC Sports Centre at Bede College on Marsh House Avenue in Billingham, will entertain such activities as first aid demonstrations, mini coached activities as well as giving helpful information from Cancer Research UK, Healthy Heart Check and Teesside Injury Sports Centre.
One of the main attractions, will be live interactive cooking sessions displaying healthy cooking techniques and allowing visitors to try their hand at cooking and tasting their creations. There are many physical activities for people of all ages to go and get involved in, including coached sports, ideas for exciting children games by More Life, as well as an army assault course provided by the T.A. and a climbing wall, plus a variety of inflatable attractions.
One of the few things that everybody in the world has in common is their health, and to pick up basic knowledge and information on things like heart checks, first aid keeping fit can help people and families have a better quality of life.
Billingham East Ward Councillor Evaline Cunningham said, ‘We all know how important good health is but sometimes maintaining it can feel like a chore. This event aims to show young and old how to enjoy keeping healthy and to publicise all of the many fun and interesting healthy living activities that are available in the Billingham East Ward’.
If you would like to come and enjoy the Billingham Health Fayre, it will be at Bede College in Billingham on August 1st from 11am – 3pm. For more information regarding the event, please contact Matt Ellwood on 01642 528775.