Hundreds attended an ethnic minorites health fair in Cardiff, where therapies and health checks were available free of charge.
The fair took place at City Hall yesterday to encourage greater health awareness in ethnic minority communities.
More than 50 stalls offered information and various tests including diabetes, eye and blood pressure checks.
Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Councillor Keith Hyde, said: "It's very well attended and gives out a good message to multicultural communities in Cardiff."
Manjit Kaur, a community support worker with ethnic minority mental health charity Awetu, said: "There is poor recognition of what mental health is among ethnic minorities. This year's fair is even better than last year's."
Dozens signed up to cheap fruit and vegetable schemes, offered by food co-op organisers like Rural Regeneration.
Samah Abubaker, 27, attended the fair for health tests. She said: "I've learnt many things today. They even have a place for children to play so I can look around. It's been very useful."