A BBC journalist who filmed her emotional journey battling breast cancer is among the keynote speakers at a pioneering event in the Midlands. Wolverhampton-born Satnam Rana, who is the arts and culture correspondent at BBC Midlands Today, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2017.
Television presenter Simon Thomas who tragically lost his wife to cancer just three days after being diagnosed will appear at Being Well Festival.
The Being Well Festival 2019 VIP Luncheon will celebrate some very inspirational people and feature star guest chef Jane Devonshire, MasterChef 2016 winner, who has had her own battle with breast cancer.
Including Simon Thomas, Steve Bland (pictured), Lauren Mahon, Satnam Rana, Toral Shah, Holly Matthews and Deborah Mitchell, with more to be announced!
The first headline supporters for Being Well Festival have been announced, with Irwin Mitchell, SCC and Wesleyan among the list joining headline supporters, Wasps and Ricoh Arena.
Cancer survivor and Master Chef winner Jane Devonshire will join the Being Well Festival to talk about the important role food has played in her health and wellbeing - and prepare her speciallly created menu live during the VIP Lunch.
BBC journalist Mary Rhodes is the confirmed main host for this year's inaugural Being Well Festival.
A major health and wellbeing event to support a breast cancer charity is coming to the Midlands this autumn. The Being Well Festival aims to promote happier, healthier lives by educating people about their health and general wellness, and is being held at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena in October.
There’s new evidence that a healthy lifestyle can reduce risk of heart disease in women with breast cancer – a central theme of the new Being Well Festival, which launches this Autumn in Coventry.