On Saturday Hale Health Centre held a night market in their park and had over 700 people attend.
Bouncy castles, food stalls, clothing brands and a diverse range of health professionals set up shop between 4pm and 8pm over the weekend in Frankton.
Facility owners Aaron and Kimberley Murphy were nervous as this event was a first, but are over the moon with the turn out and how it all went.
“Everyone had a great time, people even asked us if we can make it a regular thing,” Kimberley laughed.
The community driven couple loved seeing like-minded professionals share their knowledge and mingle – talking about how they can join forces to promote holistic health in the Waikato region. Aaron and Kimberley are grateful for the support from local businesses/organisations,
“we just want to thank everyone who was a part of it – it couldn’t have happened without your involvement.”
Hale Health Centre are working hard to achieve their goals around promoting health as a whole and are looking forward to what the future brings. Their gym focuses on delivering more than just a space with workout equipment, but access to personalised health care services – in a friendly and welcoming environment.
Read more at www.halehealthcentre.co.nz
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