Residents have fun at health and wellbeing fun day at Romford hospital
Residents were given advice about how to live healthier at a health and wellbeing fun day.
Bedrock, the Queen’s Hospital’s radion station held the event for the first time on Sunday August 19 and it was attended by 100 people in the hospital grounds in Rom Valley Way, Romford.
Beverely Stroud, fundraising officer at Bedrock said: “It was lots of fun.
“It was our first time holding a fun day so we didn’t know what to expect, but everything went off without any problems.”
Called B in the Park, visitors were treated to health information, stalls and refreshments.
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There was plenty for youngsters with bouncy castles, face painting and rides.
The event raised �180 which will be split between the Bedrock radio station and the Barking, Havering and Redbridge Hospital Trust.
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The volunteers at Bedrock radio station are also hoping to raise a further �300 when they hold a 24 hour marathon broadcast starting on Sunday August 26 to Monday August 27.
For more information visit www.bedrockradio.org.uk