The date is getting nearer……..
Feel Good Festival – Roehampton’s Community festival – supported by Wandsworth Council
July 3rd 2016 noon – 7pm, ( Danebury Green, Danebury Ave, Roehampton, SW15 4DH)
The line up is growing into an exciting mixture that will suit all ages – come along with a picnic and enjoy a fun fair, inflatables, food stalls, creative art activities, different music stages, a puppet show and interactive sports to name but a few!
We have the XLP bus coming – somewhere definitely worth a visit.
The XL-R8 Community Bus Project has been at the heart of XLP’s holistic approach to community work in inner city estates for the past 10 years, enabling thousands of young people to find a place of support, safety and personal development through a variety of activities.
XLP’s two specially modified, (and very noticeable!) double decker buses travel, every week, to 17 inner-London estates, targeting areas where there are little or no youth work facilities available. Here, young people find help and advice, a safe place to be and a sympathetic ear, alongside access to computers, games consoles, a music studio, chill out space, and arts and crafts areas. The buses provide accessible drop-in sessions, which include 1-2-1 mentoring, cooking lessons and small group activities.
Fantastic Creative Encounter with Roehampton Outdoor Art Movement12-4.30pm
Explore your creative side with art, drama and dance workshops, performances, mess and mayhem brought to you by ROAM. Make recycled wonders with Tooting Work and Play Scrap Store’s Mobile Green Studio, meet Roehampton Radio with Spare Tyre and get moving and making with Roehampton R.O.C.K.S and CoDa Dance Company. Experience profound miracles in a taxi with the Brooklyn Healer in his first ever appearance in Roehampton! Have the chance to become part of the Don’t Panic Installation as Thor McIntre-Burnie captures the voices of the Alton Estate. Toddlers can become part of a giant orchestra in Eastwood Nursery’s play zone, while older ones can paint stories onto pebbles as part of a Story Stones installation. Keep your eyes peeled for a flash of Somali culture with Parents in Action and much much more!
ROAM members are local residents, businesses, schools & artists interested in developing creative & cultural programming in & around the Alton Estate.
Work and Play Scrapstore: http://www.
Huge shout out and thanks to Michelle Lindsell for her amazing offer to take professional photographs for the festival. She is a great friend to Regenerate.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you want any further information about the festival or want to be involved in any way. If you are able to volunteer to help on the day please contact us – we have some free event management training to offer.