A unique festival for a unique community
Elder Stubbs Festival is special: last year saw animals, magicians, belly dancers, bagpipers, weavers, martial artists, poets and rock stars standing shoulder to shoulder amongst flowers, sculptures and vegetables.
Set on the Elder Stubbs allotment site, this celebrated Cowley event boasts a diverse array of attractions from performing arts and workshops to stalls, speakers, children’s activities and the vegetable show, as well as a wide choice of fine foods.
Around 50 different stallholders use the festival as a forum to share information about local groups and organisations, sell home-made goods, run an activity or vend an assortment of world cuisines.
The festival, held by RESTORE and Elder Stubbs Charity to raise awareness of mental health issues and provide positive images of mental health, attracts more than 3,000 people each year.
Official Website: http://www.restore.org.uk/festival.html
Added by Jazza on July 14, 2008