Spectrum’s Wakefield Sexual Health team made the best of the beautiful summer weather when they attended Clarence Park Festival to promote our sexual health services on 31 July.
Chlamydia Screening staff joined the long-running music festival from the Wakefield Council Health Pod, offering chlamydia screening and a free keyring to music fans who signed up for a free STI check. Staff also promoted Spectrum’s new Trinity Walk Clinic with flyers and leaflets, mingling in with the crowds over two days.
Clarence Park Festival is the longest running free music festival in Yorkshire. Attended by thousands of people every year, these events help Spectrum to engage with our key patient populations for sexual health – young people and under 25s – as well as making them aware of local support services. The festival has been held every year since 1991 and also features two stages, 18 bands, food and beer concessions, craft stalls and children’s activities.