The first ever Leyland Health Mela proved to be a real winner with more than 400 visitors attending.
The event was held at the civic centre and there were more than 50 stalls showing off the latest developments and ideas in health care.
People had the chance to try their hand at resuscitation with the North West Ambulance Team, get advice on local care facilities or asthma and tuck into to a tasty curry or fruit cocktail while watching some dancing.
There was also the opportunity to have free health checks and advice.
Of the 143 visitors who underwent a health MOT, 14 were discovered to have high blood pressure, 19 raised cholesterol levels and nine high blood glucose.
Sixteen out of the 58 visitors whose hearing was tested showed signs of hearing loss. All were advised to consult their GP for further investigation.
Many visitors sampled a range of complementary therapies including ayurvedic medicine, reiki and Indian head massage.
The Leyland Health Mela was organised by the Rotary Club of Leyland and the Lancashire Gujarat Health Users Forum.