CREWE: Older people are being invited to a health fair.
The event will offer information on changes to the health service being brought in by the Government as well as the chance to find out more about support groups in Crewe and Nantwich.
The event has been organised by the Crewe Local Area Partnership and Crewe and Nantwich Senior Forum.
The event will also give visitors the chance to have their BMI and blood pressure checked, try out dance activities, and have a say on how services should be developed in the future.
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The event takes place on Wednesday, November 21, from 11am until 3pm in the Oakley Building of Crewe's Victoria Community Centre, opposite Asda.
NEWCASTLE: A charity which supports people who are deaf or hard of hearing will meet on Friday. The DEAFvibe Hub will offer communication tips, advice on managing hearing aids and there will also be a range of equipment designed to help those hard of hearing on display.
The Hub will be held in Meeting Room 4 of the Civic Offices in Merrial Street, Newcastle from 10am until 3pm.
SHELTON: Free pampering treatments are on offer tomorrow. The event is part of a series of activities organised by My Health Matters this week. Free henna painting, hand massage, and manicures are available at North Shelton Community Centre, in Milton Street, from 2pm until 4pm.
Telephone Lisa Tomkinson on 01782 411433 for more details.
TRENT VALE: A jobs fair is taking place today at the St John's Centre, in Newcastle Road, between 9.30am and 11.30am. Unemployed residents are invited to speak to potential employers and get advice on benefits and getting into work.
STOKE: Punters are being invited to wear Halloween fancy dress and raise cash for Help for Heroes at The White Star pub, in Kingsway, on Wednesday.