The event, which takes place in Gladstone Hall on Rocky Lane/Queens Drive from 10am until midday, will feature specially trained owls who are used by community interest company, Hack Back, to impact on mental health and well-being.
Liverpool City Council, Healthy Homes, Alzheimer’s Society, Diabetes UK, Mersey Care, the Pituitary Foundation, Dental Health Promotion and Smokefree Liverpool will also be in attendance, providing lots of information and advice on a whole series of health topics. Representatives from ‘Active Me’ will be present as well with chair based activity.
“This is a timely topic as many people are looking to make changes to their lifestyle in the new year. Our partners will have lots of information about small changes that can be made to improve people’s physical health or emotional well-being.
“We look forward to welcoming back people who’ve been before as well as new attendees. If you have not been before, you will find it is very friendly, relaxed and a great place to be.”