Chester wellbeing group brings people together
19 August 2019
A newly-formed health and wellbeing group is inviting new members to join its regular meetings and events in Chester.
Better Together Chester offers support and group activities aimed at people looking to improve their health and wellbeing in a relaxed and friendly environment.
The group meets at the United Reformed Church, in Saughall Road, Blacon, between 10am and noon every Thursday, offering a wide variety of inclusive activities including crafts, games, walks, talks, picnics and days out.
Better Together Chester is being supported by Blacon-based social enterprise Avenue Services, which is offering advice and expertise to help it grow its membership and expand its offering to the community.
Simon Hughes, chairman of Better Together Chester, said: “We’re really pleased with the way the group is growing and that it is benefiting more and more people in and around Chester.
“Our members constantly tell us how they enjoy being in a kind-hearted, approachable atmosphere where they feel welcome, safe and totally at ease.”
Chris Leicester, neighbourhood partnerships manager at Avenue Services, added: “We work with a wide range of local organisations and are delighted to be supporting Better Together Chester to expand its valuable service and benefit more people in the local community.”
Better Together Chester is open to everyone aged 18 and older. Anyone interested in finding out more or becoming a member can call 07594 244752 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.