Minority Ethnic Communities Health Fair

This year, the popular Minority Ethnic Communities (MEC) Health Fair, usually held in Cardiff, will take place online via Zoom on

Thursday 29 October 2020, 10 am – 2 pm and all are welcome to attend.

The theme of this year’s fair is ‘Covid-19 and Wellbeing’ and people will have the opportunity to join half hour sessions on topics such as

Bereavement,

Mindfulness for Young People,

Diabetes Prevention,Mentoring,

Welfare and Finance,

Salsa.

There will also be a Question and Answer session with health professionals. Places at the MEC Health Fair can be booked on Eventbrite

Sujatha Thaladi, Chair of the MEC Health Fair Steering group said,
“We look forward to people joining us at our free online MEC Health Fair. This year because of Covid-19 restrictions, we are unable to meet face to face but we are delighted to offer this opportunity for people to find out ways of improving their health and wellbeing at our Zoom event. Covid-19 has had a disproportionate impact on BAME people in Wales; at the eventpeople will also be able take part in a discussion on any concerns they may have around coronavirus and ways to promote health messages to minority ethnic communities. We would like to thank all the organisations that have worked together to ensure that we have been able to adapt and to hold this important event this year –

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board,

CAVAMH,

C3SC,

CCAWS,

Diabetes UK Cymru,

Diverse Cymru,

Hindu Council Wales,

Race Equality First,

Sight Cymru,

The Mentor Ring

Women Connect First.

The MEC Fair is aimed at BAME people but all are welcome to attend.

Where to find us

Llandrindod Wells Office

Unit 30
Ddole Road Industrial Estate
Llandrindod Wells
Powys
LD1 6DF

01597 822 191

Newtown Office

Plas Dolerw
Milford Road
Newtown
Powys
SY16 2EH

01686 626 220

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