Posted: Wed 24th Feb 2021

Updated: Wed 24th Feb

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board to host health and wellbeing event this Thursday

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) is to host a virtual stall at its health and wellbeing event on 25 February.

The virtual stall will focus on the COVID-19 vaccination and testing programme and is open at various times throughout the day for people to drop in via Microsoft Teams.

It also features the COVID-19 Test, Trace and Protect programme as well as the latest info regarding the COVID-19 Vaccination Programme, with staff available to answer questions.

The Bite Sized Health and Wellbeing event brings together various organisations and charities including BCUHB, Diabetes UK, Flint Library and Wellbeing Hub as well as many more. 

RCS Wales will be on hand to offer professional support for people to improve their wellbeing at work and experts from Groundwork North Wales Energy will also be holding talks to give people hints and tips on how people can reduce energy wastage and keep bills down.

Wrexham and Flintshire’s Family Information Service will be providing information, advice and guidance to parents, carers and professionals for families and children from pre-birth to 19.

For more information on these stalls, and many others, visit to find all the relevant links and times.

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