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The Ageing Well Expo is back for 2013 and is set to be better than ever.

With over 50 displays from local health, council services and other community organisations to help ageing on the Peninsula comfortable and stress-free, the event is set to attract over 1,200 attendees.

To add extra fun and entertainment to the Expo, RPP FM presenters Bob Phillips and Judy Banks-Phillips will broadcast live from the Expo on their Sugar n’ Spice program between 9am – 11am.

Bob & Judy will interview guest speaker and playwright Alan Hopgood at 9.45am plus a great line up of other guests including:
Dietician, Erin Farnbach at 9.10am
Peninsula Health Community Health representative, Christine Burrows (Director of Child and Family Services) at 9.35am
Marilyn Godley, current Peninsula Advisory Committee for Elders Deputy Chair with the MPS Mayor/Councillor at 10.10am
Nick Jones, Medicare at 10.35am
Elaine Hillis and Karen Edis from Peninsula Health Community Participation at 10.50am

The 2013 Ageing Well Expo held in partnership with the Mornington Peninsula Shire, National Seniors Australia and Frankston City Council, gives older people the chance to explore the many different ways in which they can age positively.

Displays and activities on the day will feature information about keeping active and involved, living confidently, getting around, and looking after your health.

The 2013 Ageing Well Expo will be held at the:
New Peninsula
370 Craigie Road
Mt Martha
THURSDAY 10 OCTOBER
10am – 2pm

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Free transport is provided from various point in Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula. For more information or to book your bus seat contact Nikki Hale on 9784 8320.

Ample parking at venue with disability access.

Complied by Debra Mar

Pictured: Elizabeth Tobias visiting Social Inclusion stall holders Anne Stanley and Teresa Doweling at the 2012 Ageing Well Expo.