Come to May Logan’s 20th birthday bash!

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The May Logan Healthy Living Centre in the heart of the Linacre/Bootle area of South Sefton is turning 20 in style with a fantastic community fun day on Friday 27 September – and you’re invited!

Running from 11am-2pm, there will be art activities, seed planting, messy play, music & dancing, face painting, games, prizes and an opportunity to sit in a real fire engine & police car.

Adults can brush up on their culinary skills with cookery demonstrations and free food tasters, art & mindfulness activities and have the opportunity to plant and take away their own flowers.may logan healthy living

There will also be a wealth of useful information and advice from the Centre and local services on a range of topics, from breast feeding to autism, addiction, how to quit smoking and more. Find out about everything May Logan offers here.

Local residents, press and public figures are invited to come down and celebrate with the team, which will include lots of free activities for pre-school children & adults.

“The May Logan Centre has changed and evolved a lot over the last 20 years,” said Centre Manager Julie McNicholas.

“We are looking forward to celebrating the good work that we do here in the heart of our community and showcasing the services we now have on offer.”

Built and managed by leading North West social housing association Onward Homes, the centre supports the local community with its health and wellbeing, providing accessible support to the people who need it most in the areas they live in.

Funded by NHS South Sefton Clinical Commissioning Group, the centre was set up in 1999 to provide the community with services from pregnancy to childhood to old age in order to promote health and well-being in the most holistic way possible.

All services are free and confidential to anyone who lives, or has their GP practice, in Sefton.

“I believe the May Logan Centre has its customers and the community at the heart of everything they do and it has made a really positive difference to my life,” said centre user Lindsay Smith.

May Logan is also home to a team of Living Well Mentors who help the local community to improve health and wellbeing across areas like healthy eating, drinking less, reducing stress and managing a budget.

They work at a pace to suit the individual and offer one-to-one appointments, regular and on-going support, information about local groups and signposting to other services.

Come along on the day and celebrate with us!

To find out more and come along on the day get in touch

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