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Malmesbury Annual Health Fair 31st March Featured

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malmesbury-health-fair-logoMalmesbury Chamber of Commerce, in association with Emma Newby, McTimoney Chiropractor, is hosting a Health Fair in aid of RUH Bath Neonatal Intensive Care Unit from 10.30am - 3.30pm at Malmesbury Town Hall on 31st March.

There will be many businesses and therapists there on the day giving away free treatments, discounts and vouchers ranging from Whatley Manor Spa through to mobility aids, Shiatsu, Chiropractic, Physiotherapy and on to various health charities, sports clubs, local fitness classes and even some organic food from the Duchy Home Farm amongst many others. All details can be found on

Buy raffle tickets in advance or on the day for a chance to win one of £1200 worth of prizes. We are giving away a brand new Dyson DC25 worth over £300, a golf day for 4 at Castle Combe Manor hotel with a buggy worth over £300, an evening spa for 2 at Whatley Manor, a Duchy Home Farm hamper, free treatment with McTimoney Chiropractor or a hypnotherapist or local Shiatsu and Craniosacral therapist Jessica Johnson and many more.

Join in with Healthy Living Week by eating at one of the local restaurants and cafes who are dedicating a healthy dish to the cause and donating to the charity in return - The Summer Cafe, Amanda's Bistro and Mayfield House Hotel though keep checking the website for up to date listings.

Watch the website to see what special activities and offers will be available in Healthy Living Week at the Leisure Centre.

We are hoping that a professional player from Gloucestershire County Cricket Club will be there to open the event and have many speakers on the day to talk about professional cricket, organic farming, heart attacks and CPR advice amongst many other talks as well as the Matron from the Intensive Care Unit who will be able to tell you all about life on the ward and the kind of work they do to save newborn babies in Wiltshire.

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