Easter fun and health and well-being event in Cliftonville

Dalby Square

Residents in Thanet are being invited to join the Easter celebrations and find out about NHS services this weekend at a free health and well-being event.

Activities organised by Margate and Mocketts Wood Primary Care Network (PCN) will be taking place in Dalby Square, Cliftonville on Saturday (9 April) from 11am to 4pm.

Children can join a scavenger hunt for an Easter prize, around the square and get creative at arts and crafts stalls.

Skip2beFit will be handing out free skipping ropes and running workshops at the event, followed by a six-week fitness challenge.

Health teams will be on hand to provide blood pressure and Body Mass Index (BMI) checks, as well as providing information about healthy eating initiatives and the NHS Food Scanner App.

A pop-up vaccination clinic will give those eligible the opportunity to get their first, second, or booster dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Dr Mo Sohail, GP at Margate and Mocketts Wood PCN, said: “We’re really looking forward to hosting our health and wellbeing event in Cliftonville this weekend, which will provide the opportunity for communities to come together and enjoy the Easter celebrations.

“Our trained teams will be on hand to provide information to help improve your health and wellbeing, and there will be Covid-19 vaccinations for those seeking their first, second, or booster doses.”


  1. Joris Bonson- that is the attitude that the community support initiatives are trying to break down and make people feel more included. Health initiatives should be applauded to support the long term needs of Thanet- which ever area is lived in. Margate and Mocketts Wood PCN is making a difference by their actions. Well done.

  2. well said joris , every time i speak the truth i am chastised by some rose tinted spetacle wearers that defend our septic isle .

  3. Thank goodness our D.F.L.s are rearing their heads to start trying to improve the appalling standard of care from local surgeries.

    Great to see some action and a lesson to original residents who did nothing to stop local services being decimated in Thanet over the past 50 years.
    We desperately need new thinking for Thanet to survive.

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  5. I have carefully done my own research, pondered the information, and reached conclusions.
    I would rather take the advice of a dozen or more professors of medicine, immunology, virology and so on, than consider the ramblings of a deluded nutter.

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