Love Your Liver roadshow

British Liver Trust Nurses and Outreach staff, dressed in red scrubs and blue hoodies, standing in front of the mobile Love Your Liver unit

Our Love Your Liver roadshow travels the UK to help people check on their liver health, and take control of improving it.

Event dates

All too often liver disease is only found when it is quite advanced. This means treatment is less likely to work. But the good news is that most cases of liver disease could be prevented. 

Our Love Your Liver roadshow events are for people who want to find out more about their liver health or are worried that they may be at risk of developing liver disease.

At the roadshow you can take our liver health screener to see if you might be at increased risk of liver disease. You can also have a free, liver scan. This is a quick, simple, and painless test, carried out by one of our specialist liver nurses.

Find out more about having a free liver scan

The results of your test are completely confidential. We will give you your test result, and information about what to do next. Depending on the result we might recommend that you see your GP.

If you are concerned in any way about your liver health, please do not wait for a Love Your Liver roadshow, always talk to your GP as soon as you can.

When will the roadshow next be visiting my area?

We take our roadshow all over the country, visiting locations in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales you can see our upcoming dates below. We continue to work to organise additional dates, so we encourage you to check this page regularly and sign up for our regular updates here.  You can also follow us on Facebook.

Our aim is to visit as many areas of the country as we can each year. We’d love to be out and about with the mobile unit every day but our roadshow is entirely funded by voluntary donations and so we have to raise the money to make the events happen. If you know of a funding source that could help us visit your region then please let us know!

We are extremely grateful to everyone who keeps us on the road and supports our life saving work. Find our more about making a donation here.

Interested in hosting a corporate Love Your Liver event?
Looking to promote liver health among your employees? The British Liver Trust offers full screening and scanning events or information and awareness events to educate people about how to improve their liver health. Find out more here: Love Your Liver corporate events

Upcoming Love Your Liver events

These events are run to raise awareness and are not diagnostic. We cannot offer a scan check to people already diagnosed with a liver condition or patients who have received a liver transplant. We would like to say a big thank you to all the local liver doctors and nurses who support us and without whom we could not run these events.

Attending a roadshow event
Our roadshows usually run from 10am to 4pm on a drop-in basis, with no appointment needed. Sometimes events can get very busy and we may have to close the queue before 4pm. If you can, we advise that you arrive earlier in the day.

All events run from 10am - 4pm unless otherwise stated. Exact times, dates and locations within a town/city can be subject to change, please check here just prior to the event.

Hastings - Robertson Street, TN34 1HY: Mon 29/04/24
Brighton - The Plaza (near the Peace Statue at the Western end of Hove Lawns), Kingsway, BN3 2WN: Tues 30/04/24
Portsmouth - Guildhall Square, PO1 9ZZ: Wed 01/05/24
Newport, Isle of Wight - St Thomas' Square, PO30 1SL: Thur 02/05/24
Dundee - City Square, DD1 3BS: Mon 20/05/24
Glasgow - Argyle Street, G2 8AH: Wed 22/05/2024
Paisley - County Square, PA1 1BS: Thurs 23/05/2024
Stranraer - Castle Square, George Street, DG9 7RJ: Thurs 23/05/2024
Stafford - Queens Shopping Park, Old Rickerscote  Lane , ST17 4SU: Fri 14/06/24
Hanley - Festival Retail Park, Ridgehouse Drive, ST1 5SJ: Sat 15/06/24
Belfast - Outside City Hall, Donegall Square, BT1 5GS: Mon 16/09/24
Enniskillen - Location TBC: Wed 18/09/24
Derry/Londonderry - Guildhall Square, BT48 7BB: Thurs 19/09/24


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