Keeping Well Calendar 2015

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Tarvin Library has copies of the Keeping Well Calendar available, free, to anyone over 55!

This full colour calendar has been produced by 4 organisations:

  • Cheshire West and Chester Council
  • Keeping Well in West Cheshire
  • Vale Royal Clinical Commissioning Group
  • West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group

As well as all the dates for 2015, the calendar includes some well needed advice such as "How to keep Warm", "Keeping Well, Look After Yourself," and even has a reminder to get your flu jab in September 2015!

This calendar is free to anyone over 55 and can be collected from Tarvin Library on either Tuesday or Thursday, whilst stocks last

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