Elder Stubbs Allotments
Rymers Ln, Oxford OX4 3DY
Restore are delighted to announce the date for our 2018 Elder Stubs Festival! Our jam-packed, family-friendly summer festival returns to Elder Stubbs Allotment on Saturday 18 August from 12noon to 6pm.
Restore is led by its members—the people recovering from mental ill health in our six recovery groups across Oxfordshire. Every year our Elder Stubbs recovery group’s members choose the theme of the Festival, and this year they have opted for the Rainforest!
We’ll be celebrating all things environmental with children dressing up as colourful rainforest animals in a fancy dress parade, stall holders from a range of causes, and a Rainforest Café!
We’re excited to bring you rides, food, and live music across two stages, plus the Story Museum’s pumpkin tent. RSVP now to join Oxford’s new Lord Mayor and thousands of visitors at the Festival, all helping to raise awareness of mental health and enjoy a great day out.
Every penny raised by the family day will help Restore to promote mental wellbeing and offer recovery support. Celebrating our fortieth birthday this year, Restore has an ambitious target to fund a whole year of extra mental health recovery. We want to raise the salary costs of an extra mental health recovery worker to offer tailored support to more people in Oxford, and our total target is £25,600.
Do you want to book a stall at the Festival? Do you want to perform at the Festival? If so, please email firstname.lastname@example.org right now!
Entry is £3, concessions are £2, and under-12s enter for free.
Similarly, we’re fundraising to meet the costs of putting on the Festival. If you can spare any money to support, please do click here or donate £5 by texting ELST18 £5 to 70070.