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Colin Neighbourhood Partnership to Host Men's Health Day

Colin Neighbourhood Partnership (CNP) is hosting a Men’s Health Day on Wednesday, June 14th from 10 am to 1 pm in Brook Leisure Centre. The event is part of Men’s Health Week, which runs from June 12th to 18th.

The event will feature a variety of activities and information stalls to help men improve their health and well-being. These include:

• Information stalls from local health and fitness organisations; These stalls will provide information on a range of health topics, such as diet, exercise, and mental health.

• Health checks, including blood pressure and cholesterol screenings: These checks can help you to identify any health problems early on so that you can take steps to improve your health.

• A fitness test to assess your current fitness level: This test can help you to set goals for yourself and to track your progress over time.

• Indoor bowling: This is a great way to get some exercise and socialise with other men.

• Archery: This is a great way to improve your hand-eye coordination and have some fun.

• A prize draw to win a smartwatch: An opportunity to win a fitness tracker that can help you to track your activity levels and to stay motivated.

In addition to these activities, there will be a number of other events taking place at Men's Health Day, such as talks, workshops, and demonstrations. There will also be a chance to meet with health professionals and get advice on a range of health topics. Admission is free.

“We are delighted to be hosting Men’s Health Day,” said Umberto Scappaticci, Community Development Officer at CNP. “This is a great opportunity for men to come together and learn more about their health. We have a fantastic line-up of activities and information stalls, and we hope to see as many men as possible there.”

The event is kindly supported by the Urban Villages Initiative and Cooper’s Pharmacy. For more information, please contact Umberto Scappaticci at 028 9062 3813.

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