Climb onboard Big Bus for health ‘MOT’

Action Cancer patron Nuala McKeever, centre, joins Sean Conlon from the charity and SuperValu marketing manager Donna Morrison, to announce the Big Bus visit to Thomas Street Methodist Church on April 11. INPT13-001
Action Cancer patron Nuala McKeever, centre, joins Sean Conlon from the charity and SuperValu marketing manager Donna Morrison, to announce the Big Bus visit to Thomas Street Methodist Church on April 11. INPT13-001

Action Cancer is bringing its SuperValu Big Bus to Thomas Street Methodist Church on Saturday, April 11.

Services provided on the Big Bus, which is fully accessible, include digital breast screening for women aged between 40 and 49 and over 70, health promotion and MOT health checks for men and women.

A full body composition analysis using the latest technology provides clients with information on their height, weight, body mass index and more, and also offers health awareness and weight loss guidance.

Big Bus staff can provide information on complementary therapies and other cancer support services such as counselling, a Listening Ear Service and support groups, which are available for cancer patients, their carers and families at the charity’s headquarters in Belfast and other locations.

Anyone wishing to make an appointment should telephone Action Cancer in advance on 028 9080 3344. You can also book online by going to www.actioncancer.org. Appointments will be available from 10am-3pm each day on a first come first served basis.