Bruce and Denise Morcombe have become much sought after advocates for child safety following the tragic abduction of their son Daniel in 2003. Their Daniel Morcombe Foundation is active in implementing ‘Harm Prevention’ initiatives – teaching children and the vulnerable about personal safety.
As part of their ongoing work across Australia Bruce and Denise will attend this year’s Pittsworth Health and Wellbeing Expo to deliver a special message on behalf of their foundation. Bruce and Denise are no strangers to the region, having spoken at the Millmerran Health and Wellbeing Expo last year.
The Expo offers a great deal for all visitors with displays including art from the Pittsworth Art Group, cooking displays (including the free Six Week Healthy Eating Course, courtesy of the Toowoomba Regional Council Change Project) and a variety of demonstrations.
Visitors can see how personal alarm systems work, have their blood pressure taken and watch demonstrations of therapeutic massage. There will also be a healthy lunch provided by the Beauaraba CWA Pittsworth, with gourmet coffee or tea available.
The Pittsworth Health and Wellbeing Expo runs between 9.00am – 3.00pm on Thursday, April 18 at the Pittsworth Town Hall.
For more information phone 4695 3123.