This year’s show was the last one to be held on its current historical site and, though it will be a shame to move the show away from the town I am pleased that the event is continuing on a new site near the Cannard’s Grave (Sheep) roundabout.
Setting up first thing was akin to a 1970’s comedy. Every time we put one side of the gazebo together the opposite side fell apart. That plus the wind and rain trying to scupper our attempts, it was with a mixture of determination, laughter and gaffa tape that we managed to get everything in its place and ready in time.
The morning was quiet so I took the opportunity to visit some of the trade stands handing out leaflets to offer Stress Awareness talks. I was pleased with the feedback I got from the people on the stands. It is good to know that businesses are taking mental health seriously at last. Here’s hoping I get some response.
The afternoon was much busier and we had a good number of enquires at our stand and, despite the intermittent rain and gusty winds we had a lot of fun. It was nice to get to know my fellow therapists in this environment. We are already looking forward to next year’s show.
If you didn’t get the chance to visit our stand or come to the show then please pop into Mendip Chiropractic in Shepton Mallet High Street to find out what we offer. Additionally if you would like to know more about the Stress Awareness talks I offer for businesses or groups please do get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me on my mobile 07718975185.
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