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Healthworks Open Day

Healthworks, the healthy living centre in Easington is inviting all people in County Durham to an open day. Members of the public can enjoy a lovely cuppa and slice of cake whilst finding out what Healthworks has to offer them.

The open day will take place on Wednesday 1 June 2011 from 10.30am - 12.00pm. If you have not had the opportunity to visit Healthworks before here is your chance to pay us a visit and have a tour of the building and find out what services are on offer. We're based on Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham, SR8 3EX.

Aristea Stathopoulou business administration and events volunteer with County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust health improvement services at Healthworks said: ''Healthworks, as part of its continual work towards the community's development and health improvement, is organising this open day to inform members of the public of all the services available to them. With more than 60 Healthworks services available under the same roof Healthworks is the place to be. Come along and find out what Healthworks can do for you!

Healthworks is located in Easington, County Durham and provides a wide range of health information, activities and support to those living in Easington, and the surrounding area. It works in partnership with NHS County Durham and Darlington, County Durham and Darlington Foundation Trust, Northumbrian Water and Durham County Council.

For more information on the event or Healthworks please contact: Aristea Stathopoulou, on 0191 527 4150 or via email     

Published: 27 May 2011

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