City’s learning disabilities event set to be biggest ever
A free event at the King Alfred Leisure Centre on Thursday 22 June from 10am to 3pm is set to be Brighton & Hove’s biggest ever for adults with a learning disability.
The ‘Best of Health’ event is not just for adults with a learning disability. It’s also for their families, paid carers, and anyone else interested in finding out more about ways for people with a learning disability to have fun and be healthy.
There will be a range of fun activities to try out, including:
- Therapy dogs
- Flamenco dance
- Hula Hooping
- Capoeira – a mix of Brazilian dance and martial arts moves
- Accessible yoga.
There will also be a range of information stands where people can find out about local health and health promotion services.
Best of Health is funded by Brighton & Hove City Council and jointly organised by the council’s community learning disability and public health teams.
It’s part of this year’s two-week TAKEPART festival, which has lots of opportunities for the whole city community to try out new sports and activities.
For more information about the Best of Health event please contact Natalie Winterton on 01273 295550 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/takepart for further information about the TAKEPART festival.