Sevenoaks Town Partnership will be hosting its annual Wellbeing Show at the Stag Plaza on Friday 17th May from 10am till 2pm.


This free entry event aims to increase public awareness of activities for Wellbeing and provide networking for professionals. With plenty of stands, free talks and demonstrations regarding a host of different topics around Wellbeing this is a fantastic event for all. This year we have the following fantastic sponsors: Index Magazine, Specsavers, the Stag and Wagamama.


Maxine Chakowa of Specsavers said:

“It is great to be sponsoring the Wellbeing Show 2019. Specsavers offer hearing test as well as sight tests we will be at the show with a selection of glasses and hearing aids for you to see and also we can book you appointments on line for your convenience. We look forward to seeing and hearing you there. “


Sarah Hamilton-Walker, Editor at Index Magazine said:

“INDEX Magazine is delighted to be official sponsor of the Sevenoaks Town Partnership Wellbeing Show 2019 for the second successive year. As the leading local lifestyle magazine we’re really excited to be involved once again in this fabulous initiative which has so many networking benefits for local companies and individuals.”


Andrew Eyre, Chief Executive Stag Community Arts Centre said:

“We are glad to welcome back to The Stag the 2019 Wellbeing Show. The Stag is proud to have been a long-time supporter of this fantastic event raising awareness of all aspects of wellbeing. The show is sure to be full of good ideas and good contacts so make a date in your diary.”

Talks and demonstrations

The Sevenoaks Town Partnership annual Wellbeing Show returns to the Stag Plaza on Friday 17th May from 10am till 2pm. During the event we have the following talks/demonstrations available at the House in the Basement Youth Café, downstairs from the main event space.


10:15-11:00 - Fine Styling Event with Fleur McCrone, discussion and examples of colours and clothes that suit your body shape and skin tone. Free entry.


11:15-11:45 – Hair and Make-up Master Class by The Peacock Rooms. Free entry.


12:00-13:15 – Hand-tied bouquet Master Class by Johnny’s Little Sister Florist. There is a £30 charge for this event to cover cost of all materials. To book your place on this course please email


For more information about the Wellbeing Show please contact Bonnie Tarling on 01732 459 953 or email

Business Write Ups



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Thackray Williams Solicitors:

Thackray Williams Solicitors is a leading law firm offering a responsive service to businesses, individuals and families in Sevenoaks, Bromley, South London, Kent and beyond.


Joseph’s Kitchen:

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My Sevenoaks Community: is an award winning website that celebrates all that is good about the Sevenoaks area through positive coverage of stories, local triumphs and charity functions now often overlooked by the local media. The website includes vibrant Sports & Fitness and Health and Beauty sections.


Sevenoaks District Council:



Caring Homes Group:

Kippingtons Care Home in Sevenoaks provides superb care for up to 51 older people in luxurious surroundings. The experienced team at Kippingtons provides quality residential, nursing and convalescent care- as well as short stays. We are proud to be rated ‘good’ by the CQC. Kippingtons is part of Caring Homes, an established, family-run care company providing care for 25 years.


Tropic Skincare with Francoise De Smet:

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The Hygiene Bank:

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Care UK:

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D’Vine Singers:

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Hospice in the Weald:

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Kent Wildlife Trust:

A connection with nature has shown improvements to wellbeing, reducing stress and anxiety, improving moods, resilience, mindfulness and social inclusion. Exercising in a natural environment also carries more benefits to us than exercising in an urban or indoor environment. Find out how to incorporate nature into your life and aid wellbeing with Kent Wildlife Trust.


Quaker’s Hall Allotments:

Quaker’s Hall Allotments is 11.5 acres of beautiful, cultivated ground right in the middle of Sevenoaks. Plots are available, so why not get out in the fresh air, have the joy of growing and harvesting your own produce, make new friends and get fit! Experience or novice gardeners welcome!


Royal British Legion Industries (BBO Let’s Get Working Project):

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Lavender Fields Care Home:

Lavender Fields is a newly built care home which supports elderly residents with differing care needs. Part of Greensleeves we are a not for profit charity and one of 24 homes.


The Love Alchemy:

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Superior Healthcare:

Superior Healthcare is a private limited company, founded in 2006. We are actively recruiting for support workers, healthcare assistants and nurses throughout Kent, to work with our clients, including residential & nursing homes along with 1-2-1 packages for clients with complex care needs in their own homes.


Fisical Mind & Body:

Home to Yoga, Meditation, Barrelates & Pilates, Massage Therapy and Holistic Treatments alongside Aromatherapy products in the heart of Sevenoaks.


Basic Education & Supplementary Teaching:

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Al-Anon Family Groups Ltd:

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