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3rd Positively Empowered Kids Superhero Wellbeing Festival

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  • Author: dgodsall

A fun-filled festival in Nottingham aimed at 5-11 year olds.

The 3rd Positively Empowered Kids Superhero Wellbeing Festival is back at Nottingham Racecourse this summer, in partnership with Your Health Your Way.

Entry is free for families; you just need to register your attendance.

On Saturday, July 1st, between 10am and 4pm at Nottingham Racecourse, a fun filled day will take place with lots of free activities to participate in, such as a climbing wall, football, arts and crafts, healthy eating, forest schools and interactive demonstrations.

Specialists such as CAMHS will attend to equip you and your children with tips, tools and techniques to use at home to be proactive with their mental health.

The festival is aimed at 5-11 year olds, but there will be activities and specialists suitable for both younger and older children.

The popular Superhero Cape Walk returns this year, with plans to make it even more exciting. Families are welcome to come in superhero costumes or make a free cape at the festival.

Entry to the festival is free, just click on this link to register for your tickets:

As a social enterprise, Positively Empowered Kids are dependent on funding and donations to deliver more and more around the county to inspire and support young people, their parents, schools and communities with a variety of wellbeing offers.

So, if you wish to make a kindness donation, you can do this when you register.

You can follow on Facebook @pekfamilies or Instagram @positivelyempoweredkids to keep up to date with who will be at the festival.