Locals live well

IT was an occasion to celebrate all things that make you healthy and well at the recent Living Well in Clarence event.

Held on Saturday 2 November at Rosny Library, the event saw hundreds of people enjoy the live entertainment, interactive displays, virtual reality, children’s activities, local produce, vintage cars, and lots of information on health and wellbeing.

Many attendees had a go at something new thanks to the 25 services and groups showcasing their activities and sharing their valuable information.

Stallholders covered the spectrum of health and wellbeing from social groups, fitness, mental health, learning new skills, managing health issues, caring for others, and getting involved in community services.

A treasure hunt raffle had everyone exploring the stalls to answer questions and go in the draw to win a basket of donated goods.

Living Well in Clarence is collaboratively organised by Clarence City Council, the Tasmanian Health Service, Rosny Library, Rokeby, Warrane Mornington, Clarendon Vale and Risdon Vale Neighbourhood Centres, and supported by many more contributors and exhibitors.

Caption: Craig Russel-Green, of Rokeby Neighbourhood Centre, was the lucky recipient of the raffle prize.

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