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Bexley Great Weight Debate event - 26 April
17 February 2017: The Great Weight Debate is a local conversation about tackling Bexley's obesity problem.
Bexley has the third highest levels of overweight and obesity for 4-5 year olds in London and our rates are higher than the London and England average.
The Great Weight Debate is about listening to your views about how Bexley can tackle the rising levels of obesity whether this is through individual, organisational or environmental changes so please join Bexley in the conversation and share your ideas at a special event on 26 April.
We'll have different speakers on the day to give more information about obesity in Bexley and we will showcase some early ideas. We will tell you how you can get involved and support you in developing or implementing your ideas.
The free event will be held between 10am-4pm at The Angelus Centre, Bexley Road, Erith, Kent, DA8 3HQ. Feel free to drop in if you can't spend the whole day with us.
If you are already involved in groups or events that you think help, or already have ideas about what we could do, we would love to know more and publicise what you are doing. We want individuals, families, people that work in Bexley, businesses, schools and local volunteers to become involved in the conversation.
For more information or to get involved contact Carol Penny by email email@example.com or call 01322 524682
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