New offer of Liver Health support in the community

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A new offer of Liver Health support in The Bournville is being launched, created by North Somerset Council’s Public Health team, For All Healthy Living Centre, and generously supported by Alright My Liver NHS, Nuffield Health, Pier Health Primary Care Network and other local partners.

If your recent liver scan has suggested you may be at increased risk of poor liver health, join our new peer to peer support for people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).

Come to the welcome event on: Monday 13 May 2024, 9.30am at The Sub Station, St Andrew Parade, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 3SS (opposite the For All Healthy Living Centre).

If you are registered at:

  • Horizon Health Centre
  • 168 Medical
  • Graham Road
  • Tudor Lodge
  • and have a medical history that means you could be at increased risk of poor liver health (see the below increased risk of poor health health list)

At the event you can:

  • meet others from the neighbourhood who have similar health concerns
  • together plan how we can make changes to get going with healthy habits to look after our health
  • enjoy ‘brunch club’ together (light brunch will be provided)

To book a place at the welcome event or for further information:


Call: 01934 427661

Watch a short video about Alright My Liver community liver screening

Find out more about liver health from the NHS

Liver health information from NHS England

You’re at an increased risk of poor health health if you:

  • are living with overweight or obesity – particularly if you have a lot of fat around your waist (an “apple-like” body shape)
  • have type 2 diabetes
  • have a condition that affects how your body uses insulin
  • are insulin resistant, such as polycystic ovary syndrome
  • have an underactive thyroid
  • have high blood pressure
  • have high cholesterol
  • have metabolic syndrome (a combination of diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity)
  • are over the age of 50
  • smoke