The Lancaster Health Festival at Dalton Square Market

10-4pm Saturday the 31st of July

Community Connectors

With the Lancaster City Council

There to listen to the views of residents and ensure they can have their say. Alongside this we can help and support you in setting up and developing community projects.

Community Hub

With the Lancaster City Council

Networking with residents & local groups to provide information about the Community Hub and how they can help & support with questions.

Open Green Spaces

With Open Space Mapping

We hope that by sharing your “go-to” open space with us, you will help us work out why different types of open spaces appeal to different people.

Salt Ayre Leisure centre

With the Lancaster City Council

Passionate about providing a friendly and welcoming atmosphere which members of our local community can embrace a healthy and active lifestyle.

Awareness around Self care and Well-being

With the Lancaster City Council

An interactive session aimed at children, young people and adults, using creative activities to develop awareness and understanding of self care.

Bike Coding

With the Lancaster City Police

Protect your bike from theft. Join the UK’s national, Police approved, bicycle marking & registration scheme.

Launch of FoodFutures community magazine

With FoodFutures

FoodFutures: North Lancashire will be at the Lancaster Health Festival Market at Dalton Square on the 31st, handing out the VERY FIRST edition of their community food magazine and talking about the 10-year strategy!
Pick up a free copy of the magazine and buy a poster of the cover (from local artist Molly Bland) to support future editions!
FoodFutures is North Lancashire’s award-winning sustainable food partnership working collaboratively towards our vision of ‘A thriving local food system that is healthy, resilient and fair’

Citizens Advice

With Citizens Advice North Lancashire

We provide people with the advice and information that they need in order to solve the problems that they face.

Health Checks

With the NHS integrated care team

Harri Bus

With the Harri Bus

Butterfly Conservation Green Recovery

With the Butterfly Conservation

Samba Espirito

With the Samba Espirito

Tai Chi: Learn and try

With Tai Chi

Blood pressure and pulse checks to try and identify any undiagnosed and untreated cases to prevent ill health and maintain good health.

HARRI (Health, Advice, Recovery, Resilience & Information, a wellbeing promotion vehicle travelling around Lancashire)

Mental well being groups, helping them to get out in nature whilst helping with the conservation of butterflies.

Influenced by Brazilian, African & other world musical styles, the band was created by Lune Valley locals.

Showing both the martial arts of tai chi chuan, and the gentle muscular skeletal work out that tai chi can be used as.