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Cafe 1809

Owned by double Olympic champion and local businesswoman Dame Kelly Holmes, Café 1809 will be at Health and Wellbeing Live providing healthy snacks, lunches and drinks.

Dame Kelly wanted to create a community hub when she opened the cafe in her hometown of Hildenborough in 2014. She has since opened a sister branch at the Cyclopark in Gravesend in June this year. 

Dame Kelly is a special guest speaker at the event , talking about health, mental health and motivation.

Glenville Nutrition Clinic
Founded by Dr Marilyn Glenville PhD, Glenville Nutrition Clinic is home to highly qualified nutritionists who can help you achieve good health, naturally. This could be through improving eating habits, rectifying nutritional deficiencies, boosting digestion, improving detoxification and through practical lifestyle changes.

Dr Glenville is the author of 12 internationally best-selling books on women’s health and is the UK and Ireland’s leading authority on women’s health and nutrition.

Dr Glenville and colleague, Lisa Smith will be sharing their expertise at Health and Wellbeing Live with two expert talks.

Index Magazine

Index magazine is our media partner. Covering Kent and surrounding areas, INDEX magazine features health, food and fashion, as well as a look at what’s on, what’s local and what’s important to you (and much more).

My Tunbridge Wells

My Tunbridge Wells is a blog by local mum Clare Lush focusing on family friendly events, days out, classes, activities, shopping plus things to do in and around Tunbridge Wells, West Kent and East Sussex.

West Kent Mind

West Kent Mind is a local Mind association, affiliated with the national charity, Mind.  Supporting the local community, West Kent Mind provides services such as talking therapies, crisis care, housing, sport and workplace training.

They support those who develop mental health problems by opening up opportunities, removing discrimination and empowering them to make their own choices.


Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity. Founded in 1989, Beat’s aim is to help anyone affected by eating disorders, through supporting and guiding sufferers and their loved ones.

Their approach ‘Champion, Guide, Friend’ sees the charity campaign to stop the stigmas attached to eating disorder, awareness training, and helplines and support groups.

Event Partners