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The Business Health Matters Roadshow is coming to Skelmersdale!

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The Lancashire-based workplace health programme, Business Health Matters, is hitting the road.

At three local events across the county, employers will hear from real business leaders on what good workplace health looks like to them in 2022. The first stop is Skelmersdale’s West Lancashire Investment Centre on the 6th October 2022. 

Managers and owners of local businesses are invited to attend the event, which gets underway at 4.30pm. Following a panel discussion and Q&A with guest speakers, attendees will then be welcomed to network with like-minded individuals until 6.00pm.

Paul Blythin, Business Health Matters Project Lead at Active Lancashire, explains: “We’re really looking forward to taking the programme on the road and meeting businesses around the county. This ESF and government-funded programme has been developed right here in Lancashire, with the help of Lancashire Mind, ukactive and the University of Central Lancashire to help tackle rising levels of poor mental and physical health in the county.”

“This event is a great way for businesses to hear from fellow employers on their experiences and find out how they can access support to make positive change in their own organisations.”

Tickets for each event are free, with only limited tickets now available. Places at the event can be reserved here: www.eventbrite.com/e/business-health-matters-roadshow-west-lancashire-tickets-392512063147?aff=odcleoeventsincollection&keep_tld=1

The roadshow will then travel to Brockholes Nature Reserve, Preston (Thursday 18th October) for its next stop and on to Blackburn later in October. For more information on the roadshow, or the Business Health Matters programme, please visit www.businesshealthmatters.org.uk.

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