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Big Bus is a big hit at Craigavon

09 May 2016
Big Bus is a big hit at Craigavon

Action Cancer’s mobile resource centre, the Big Bus, made a pit stop at Moy Park’s Craigavon factory as part of the company’s ‘Wellbeing Week’ programme.

Action Cancer’s Big Bus offered employees at the Craigavon site breast screening, M.O.T health checks and advice on leading a healthy lifestyle. As part of Wellbeing Week, staff were also given the chance to avail of reflexology and sports massages, as well as blood pressure, BMI and glucose level checks.

Moy Park Executive Director Mike Mullan said:

“For almost ten years, Wellbeing Weeks have played an integral role in our wider wellbeing programme to support employee health and wellbeing and we were delighted to welcome the Action Cancer Big Bus to Craigavon to support this initiative. Action Cancer’s expert health professionals provide valuable health checks and advice which complements our wider programme making it both beneficial and enjoyable for our team members.”

Pictured outside Action Cancer’s Big Bus are: Radiographer, Liz Taylor; Carolyn Hunniford and Kim Moore from Moy Park, and Action Cancer’s Health Promotion Officer Emma Douglas along with Health Promotion Student Tanya Carson.

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