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Liberation Day

Liberation Day will celebrate its 15th consecutive year on Wednesday 17 May 2017.

Liberation Day Aimed at residents of the district aged 55 and over, the purpose of Liberation day is to provide advice and information on a range of topics, including how to deal with doorstep callers, fire safety, mobility, fitness, health, pensions and so much more.  

The exhibitor will include representatives from the police and fire services, SDDC Sport & Health team, CVS, Community services and Telecare to name but a few.

Over lunch we will be inviting speakers from some of the emergency services to talk about their areas of expertise; and in the past 2 years we have hosted a Chair-based exercise session.

Rachel White, Events and Marketing Officer for South Derbyshire District Council said:

“One of the things that makes Liberation Day so popular is the party-like atmosphere we somehow always manage to create, even though the day has a serious purpose,”

The registration lines will open on Monday 6 March and places are limited to 300, so if you want to join us telephone 01283 595795 and book your place. 

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