WHETHER you're struggling to fulfill your New Year's resolution, or in need of some inspiration to improve your mental and physical wellbeing, Helensburgh Parish Church could have the perfect remedy this weekend.

The Living Well Fest 2020, organised by the Helensburgh and Lomond Health and Wellbeing Network, takes place on Saturday, January 11 and promises to be a worthwhile day out for anyone looking to make a positive change to their lifestyle.

The free event will feature around 30 stalls offering healthy food, refreshments, activities, information and health tips.

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With workshops and demonstrations from local and national organisations including Plastic Free Helensburgh, Grey Matters, Jean's Bothy, Males Tales, Addaction, Dementia Resource Centre, Police Scotland Youth Volunteers and Scottish Fire and Rescue, there is plenty on offer to suit a range of interests.

There will also be an opportunity for a free mini health check with registered Stroke Association GP nurses on hand to offer blood pressure checks.

Audrey Baird, coordinator of the wellbeing network, said: "It should be a fun and informative day and could help people with their New Year resolutions to get fitter, lose weight, get more involved with the community, volunteer, help others or find a new interest.

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"There hasn't been a health and wellbeing event like this in Helensburgh for many years, so we want to make sure people know about it."

The event is open to all ages and will run from 12 noon until 3pm. Entry is free.

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