October to see third edition of Lidl 'Wellness Camp' at Agros – Cyprus Mail

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Lidl Cyprus’ Wellness Camp returns over October 15-16, to be held, once again in the warm environment of the Rodon Hotel, situated in picturesque Agros village.
Held to mark World Food Day, the third edition of the Camp expresses Lidl’s stance that nutrition is linked to well-being. Experts say “we are what we eat” and the organisation is fully in agreement, pulling out all the stops to ensure consumers have everything that makes life better, at their disposal.
At the Lidl Wellness Camp, in collaboration with leading professionals, over 100 participants will spend two days of food, good health, exercise and sustainability, in a relaxing, restful and inspiring location. Throughout this time, attendees will learn, explore, solve questions and have fun through interactive experiences, games and creative activities.
In addition to new knowledge and tastes, Lidl Cyprus’ pledge is that the two-day event will offer a renewed way of thinking, as well as tools for a more positive attitude to health, nutrition and well-being.
Applications to attend the third Lidl Wellness Camp are now open, and can be registered at this link.
Register now to enter the draw and win a place for you and three family members or friends, with accommodation and food fully covered, as well as free participation in all events and unique gifts.
A good life starts now!
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