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A festival experience for all the family

A festival experience for all the family right on your doorstep

25 July 2017

Join us at Brigg Community Wellbeing Hub on Friday 28 July between 10.30am and 3.30pm for a festival experience including live music, events and activities. 

The full programme of events and activities includes: 

  • Live music
  • Face painting
  • Hair braiding
  • Craft workshop
  • Various stalls such as; cake, herbalist, bric-a-brac and tombola 
  • Welly wanging 
  • Connect Four
  • Paddle catch
  • Skittles 

Drinks and ice cream will be available to buy at the event, but you might like to bring your own picnic. 

A range of stands will be at the festival where you will be able to find out more about The OVO Energy Tour of Britain coming to North Lincolnshire in September, Carers Support Centre and Family and Adult Information Service. 

Cllr Carl Sherwood, cabinet member for Community Wellbeing, said: 

“This event allows everyone to come together and have fun at a festival on your doorstep. With live music, activities and games, this is a great opportunity for a fun filled family day out.  It is also a great chance to go along and discover what your local Community Wellbeing Hub has to offer. 

The Community Wellbeing Hub in Brigg works very hard to provide free advice and support for vulnerable adults in North Lincolnshire and it would be fantastic to come and join in the festival fun with them.” 

The Community Wellbeing Hubs in North Lincolnshire offer a range of services including some or all of the following, according to local needs:

Activities in the hubs and local community will vary and may include:

  • Support to access employment and meaningful activity
  • Activities and support for carers
  • Over 75 wellbeing check
  • Activities such as craft, reminiscence, healthy eating, chair based exercise, table-top games, kurling, archery and discussion of current affairs
  • Targeted workshops on issues such as dementia, nutrition, home and personal safety
  • Access to services including bathing, podiatry and other health topics
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Information and signposting to other services

If you are feeling lonely or isolated then please feel free to contact your local community wellbeing hub on any of the following numbers: 

You can also visit the website for more details

Hub festival
First Published:25 July 2017