The event is being held this Saturday at Valentines Park (credit: Google Maps)
Representatives from various health services will be at the event on Saturday, 24 July at Melbourne Field, for visitors to speak with.
Residents can also walk-in and get either of the Pfizer vaccinations from a Vaccination Bus which will be on-site throughout.
The fair has been timed to follow England moving to step 4 of the roadmap out of lockdown this week.
Redbridge Council, Loxford Primary Care Network and Redbridge CCG have joined to organise the day.
Cabinet Member for Health and Social, Cllr Mark Santos said: “In the past year, we have learnt about the importance of looking at all aspects of our health. This event provides a real opportunity for our residents to get information and speak to experts on a broad range of health and well-being issues.
“We want to support people from all of our communities so we can make Redbridge a healthier borough for all. This Saturday’s event is a perfect opportunity to begin this engagement.”
Cabinet Member for Community Safety and Crime, Cllr Khayer Chowdhury said: “As restrictions are lifted, we must act upon lessons learnt during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Officers from across the community safety partnership from Fire, Police, Council and voluntary services look forward to engaging with residents to offer their services and hear how we can make Redbridge a safer borough for all.
“Residents will also get an opportunity to meet with members of the Community Crime Commission Board to feed their views and opinions directly into those conducting the ambitious local crime review.”
Anyone wanting to pre-book a vaccination at the Fair, can call the free phone line 0800 038 59 29 between 8am-8pm any day this week.
The fair will be open between midday and 5pm.
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