Doing more to look after our own health and care helps us stay well and independent.
But lots of people want better information on what to do and where to find support, as well encouragement and inspiration.
To help fill that gap, a free event for people across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough is being held at St Neots on Monday, 30 March.
It offers 20+ information stalls, free health checks, gentle exercise taster sessions, plus a crafting session.
What, Where, How? is a free drop-in event running 10am to 3pm at the Priory Centre, Priory Lane, St Neots PE19 2BH.
Come along and discover
- Technology gadgets and mobile apps to help you track your health, diet, well-being or find advice
- Care providers and support organisations
- Benefits help for disabled people and their carers
- Sports and fitness ideas for all ages and abilities
- Expert information and independence ideas for people with sensory loss
- How to get on the road to a healthier, fitter lifestyle
Have fun learning something new
- Try Zumba Gold, a fun, chair-based workout to music
- Have a go at Boccia, the Paralympic sport that’s a bit like seated bowls
- Enjoy making a card or two – and maybe new friends - in our relaxing crafting session.
We are running this event on behalf of our area's five adult social care Partnership Boards. These involve carers, older people and people with physical disabilities, sensory issues and learning disabilities in improving local social care services.