AFSA & Allergy Alive invite you to join us
as we celebrate World Allergy Week

Venue

Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
Saturday 01 April 2017
10am – 4pm

FREE ENTRY!

cnr Klipfontein & Milner Rd, Rondebosch, Cape Town

Activities

  • Free allergy testing
  • Allergy specialists will be available to answer your allergy questions
  • Scottish Pipe Bands, other bands and more
  • Stalls promoting allergy friendly products
  • Allergen friendly food treats
  • Kids activities: climbing wall, obstacle course, petting zoo with baby bunnies, jumping castle and more
  • Raffles and prize giveaways
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