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Have a free health MOT in Brighton
8:30pm Friday 11th January 2013 in News
A health MOT event is being held to give people a chance to get the information they need to keep their New Year Resolutions going.
It has been organised by the health and social care charity CRI and takes place at the Friends Meeting House in Ship Street, Brighton, tomorrow (January 12).
Representatives from 18 local health and wellbeing services that offer advice on issues including drug and alcohol use, healthy eating and exercise, mental health, sexual health, lesbian gay bisexual transsexual (LGBT) support and smoking cessation will be on hand to answer questions.
Some services will be running activities including ear acupuncture, mental health ‘mindfulness’ workshops, Zumba classes and hula-hooping sessions.
Students from City College Brighton and Hove will be on hand to provide manicures and massages and there will be plenty of activities including face painting for any children visiting.
Brighton Housing Trust, in conjunction with social enterprise Dine, will cook a hot lunch.
The free event will run from 10am to 4pm.
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