Weekend festival will raise awareness of a healthy lifestyle

The Clonmel Family Health Festival is coming to the town this weekend on Friday, 27th, Saturday 28th and Sunday, 29th July.

The Clonmel Family Health Festival is coming to the town this weekend on Friday, 27th, Saturday 28th and Sunday, 29th July.

The Health Festival is a free health initiative aimed at improving nutritional, physical and mental health awareness for individuals and families.

There will be free health screening, free health advice from the experts, music, food samples, special offers and activities for everyone of all ages.

Present at the event will be a nutritionist from Personal Nutrition and Health; an Adult Fitness Instructor from Aerobics with Celine; Life and Personal Development Coach Vincent Byrne; Health and Well-Being Coach Mi Chi; the Fitness and Health Instructor from Kool School; Dance Instructors from the Clonmel Dance Academy; Complementary Therapist Josephine Ryan; a representative from Dungarvan Chiropractic Clinic; The Irish Heart Foundation, Stroke Nurse Specialist Gemma McLaughlin and more.

O’Tuama’s Café and Mulcahy’s Bar and Restaurant will be offering special healthy eating menus, while Ryan’s Butchers in Irishtown and O’Reilly’s Pharmacy will have special offers for the weekend for the family to enjoy.

Superquinn Clonmel will have special offers in store and a nutritionist from Personal Nutrition and Health will have healthy recipes that you can cook on a low budget and that you can use in conjunction with these offers. They will also have a healthy hamper in store for you to win on entering the Clonmel Family Health Festival draw.

There’s a great music line-up with the bands Section 8 playing on Friday, 27th; Empire playing on Saturday, 28th and local music artist Mark Tobin performing on Sunday, 29th.

Classes will be held throughout the three days and the children will be kept entertained with face painting and fun activities.

It’s time to create health awareness and know what services are available to you locally, and now you can take your health into your own hands and have some fun at the same time.

All profits raised will be donated to Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland, South Tipperary Autism Support Group and the Friends of South Tipperary General Hospital.

If you have any enquiries or would like to participate please contact Laurann on 085-7337432 or personalnutritionandhealth@gmail.com