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Campus – Come and attend this exciting vitality festival for citizens, professionals and researchers

12th July 2019

Come and attend this exciting vitality festival for citizens, professionals and researchers

We invite citizens, health professionals, scientists, entrepreneurs and others to creatively solve age related challenges. We will connect, inspire and promote healthy ageing with a focus on participation and mobility.

 

Coventry is hosting a vitality festival on the 1st/2nd October 2017, at Fargo Village ( a creative space with independent shopping, street food, markets, vintage & creative studios). The festival will promote active ageing and longer lives. It is organised by the West Midlands Academic Health Science Network.

We will hold age related; ted talks, presentations, workshops/discussions, taster activities, health and well-being advice, design concepts as part of the festival. There will also be a ‘marketplace’ where social groups and entrepreneurs ‘product and services’ will be promoted and available for citizens and wider stakeholders to engage with.

Who can Apply

Any EIT health Partner, individual or organisation that is interested in the festival, is invited to

  • Come along and get involved/engage in the discussions/debates on ageing
  • Offer a workshop/presentation/activity that you would like to offer/deliver as part of the festival
  • Come and Promote your product and service in the marketplace and or get views of citizens and stakeholders

Partners organisations involved

West Midlands Academic Science Network, Local Citizens, Local Councils and Universities.

Download here the event’s poster.

Contact reference

Sinead Oullion – sinead.oullion@wmahsn.org

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