The Health & Wellbeing Fair is coming to Bristol

09 June 2018

Event details

Date: Saturday 9 June 2018

Time: 10am - 4pm

Venue: Double Tree Hotel by Hilton, BS1 6NJ

Cost: Charity donation to support St Peter's Hospice 


The Health & Wellbeing Fair is coming to Bristol in a bid to encourage living well at all stages of life.

This event will be highlighting a number of initiatives that will encourage health, wellness, fitness and overall wellbeing to the people of Bristol.

Spire Bristol Hospital and St Peter’s Hospice are proud to be working together to bring this day to Bristol. There will be a number of talks throughout the day on a variety of health topics. These sessions will be hosted by Consultant specialists from Spire Bristol Hospital and will cover a variety of health topics that may be of interest to you.

These leading Bristol based consultants are inviting you to listen to their advice and welcome you with the opportunity to ask questions surrounding your health. Designated talks will include the following topics:

  • Women’s health (pelvic floor and incontinence)
  • Men’s health (prostate concerns, toilet urges)
  • Irritable Bowl Syndrome (IBS)
  • Knee pain
  • Hip pain
  • Healthy heart - Keeping to the beat 
  • Breast cancer
  • Hernia concerns
  • Skin - moles, benign skin lesions and skin cancer

There will be a variety of exhibitor’s stalls and workshops for you to explore. The first 500 visitors through the door will receive a fantastic Spire Bristol shopping bag packed full of relevant information & samples, including delicious tea samples from Pukka Herbs!

All donations raised from the talks and others on the day will benefit the St Peter’s Hospice Room to Care Appeal. To learn more about Bristol’s only adult hospice and their appeal, visit www.roomtocare.co.uk.

Event Booking Form

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