Feel-good event inspires us to live well

HEALTH and wellness were the buzzwords of the day at the Living Well in Clarence Expo held at Rosny LINC on Saturday 5 November.

A number of groups and service providers were on site to offer information on health-related services available in and around Clarence.

The expo featured everything from free hearing checks and reflexology to hand and face massages, craft demonstrations, children’s activities and free giveaways.

Clarence City Children’s Choir, Swinging Ukeles and Find Your Voice choir entertained the masses with their musical performances, while a barbecue kept appetites in check.

The event was a partnership between Clarence City Council, Warrane Mornington, Rokeby and Risdon Vale Neighbourhood Centres, the Tasmanian Government and LINC Tasmania.

Caption: Vanessa and Judy manning an information stall.

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