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Events

Come along to our Autumn mirus Health & Wellbeing event.

An opportunity to learn more about health & wellbeing, take part in live activities, and connect with others over a cuppa and a sweet treat.

What’s on?

 

  • 12pm – 2pm – Visit the Health & Wellbeing stand – meet local Mental Health Champions, find out about health & wellbeing at mirus and current campaigns.
  • 12pm – 1pm – Book a quick health check. Covering blood pressure check, BMI, and hip to waist ratio measurements.
  • 1pm – 1:45pm – Live workshop on Stress & how we cope. Learn more about stress and useful coping strategies including an introduction into mindfulness in Tenby North & South.

 

  • Coffee, tea and cakes available for the whole time in the kitchen area downstairs so you can have time to catch up with colleagues.

(Times and schedule may be subject to change)

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Get in touch if you'd like to find out more about the services we provide or if you'd like to work for us.

Call us on 02920 236 216

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