The Lancaster Health Festival is set to return for a third year this September 19th – 22nd, following successful events in 2017 and 2018.
Similar to previous years a variety of events and activities will take place at locations around the city, as well as the return of the Conga and the very popular mortuary tours.
Ian Dewar, Lead Organiser “I’m thrilled the health festival is returning for another year. The festival isn’t about medicines or appointments, it’s about the lost art of living; taking time out from hectic modern life to have fun, relax and be in the moment.”
“As we get older we try fewer and fewer new things. Perhaps you always wanted to try Yoga? Try your hand at painting? Learn to cook? Or simply need to sit down with a tea and a piece of cake and relax? The festival provides the opportunities, all you need to do is come along and seize them.”
This year the health festival will focus on three key areas ‘get active’, ‘get resilient’ and ‘get connected’.
Ian Dewar, Lead organiser added “The purpose of the health festival is to create space and time for conversations. It may seem a cliché, but we really do all need to stop and smell the roses every once in a while. We are responsible for our own health and wellbeing.
For details visit www.lancasterhealthfestival.co.uk – please be aware that we are currently finalising events so make sure to check back often and see what’s available.
Contact the team organising the festival using [email protected]