Diabetes Roadshow 2018


We are visiting cities and towns across the country with our team of experts. Whether you think you could be at risk or just want to find out more about diabetes, we’re here to help.

Coming to a town near you

We want to continue to increase awareness of the condition and encourage people to get screened, so we’re on the road again with our 2018 Diabetes Roadshow, where we’re offering FREE type 2 diabetes screenings.

Diabetes Roadshow Dates 2018

Find out where we’ll be and see how we can help you:

  • July 7-8th (Corby – Rockingham Motor Speedway – NN17 5AF)
  • July 10th (Leamington – Shires Retail Park - CV34 6RH)
  • July 11th (Stourbridge – Sainsbury’s – DY5 3JR)
  • July 13th (Manchester – Sainsbury's – M5 4QU)
  • July 14th (Lancashire – Sainsbury's – FY2 9HH)
  • July 16th (Bishops Auckland – Sainsbury's – DL14 9AE)
  • July 25th (Derby – Intu Centre – DE1 2PL)
  • July 27-28th (Birmingham – Merry Hill – DY5 1QX)
  • July 30th (Leicester – Highcross – LE1 4AN)
  • August 1st (Manchester – Arndale Centre – M4 1AZ)
  • August 4th (Preston – Fishergate – PR1 8HJ)
  • August 6-7th (Hull – St Stephen's – HU2 8LN)
  • August 9th (Middlesborough – Cleveland Shopping Center – TS1 2SL)
  • August 14th (Glasgow – Buchanan Galleries – G1 2FF)

Do you know your risk of type 2 diabetes?

There are an estimated 1.1 million people in the UK living with undiagnosed type 2 diabetes, and we want to help find those as risk, and help them to manage their condition if they do have it.

We've been carrying out type 2 diabetes screening for over 15 years and have completed tests for over 1.5 million people, providing advice and ongoing support.

What does a screening involve?

The test is FREE and only takes a few minutes to complete.

  • It starts with one-on-one time with a member of our healthcare team in a private consultation room, where they will ask you some questions about your lifestyle and family history.
  • If you are at risk of type 2 diabetes you will be asked to take a finger prick blood test and a blood pressure test.
  • You’ll then be given your results and expert advice on how to manage your condition or reduce your risk.
  • In some cases, you may be referred to your GP for further testing and advice.