A special event to highlight the achievements of those who have recovered from addiction and mental health issues is to be held in Chester this weekend.
Cheshire Recovery Federation is a voluntary organisation founded in March 2015 which promotes and celebrates visible, contagious recovery.
On Sunday, September 4, CRF will host their second walk for recovery through the city centre of Chester, culminating in a fun-filled, family focused celebration of music, dance, family entertainment and community togetherness.
Cheshire Recovery Walk 2016 seeks to build on the success of last year’s walk in which more than 400 people paraded through the city of Chester celebrating recovery from addiction and mental health issues.
This is a free event in which people in recovery, their friends and families, prevention, treatment and recovery services, alongside many other organisations and wider community groups that support recovery, are invited.
This event is part of a national celebration of recovery which takes place in communities across the UK in the month of September.
If anyone wishes to receive further information on the event, they can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.