The Elder Stubbs festival, run annually by Oxfordshire Mental Health Partner Restore, is a fun event with music, workshops, food, stalls and activities for children. This year the festival had an Alice in Wonderland theme and attendees dressed up in costume and brought along a variety of props.
By involving around 150 local volunteers, performers and organisations, and with 3,000 devoted attendees, the Elder Stubbs Festival is a fantastic platform for raising mental health awareness whilst contributing to a strong and active community.
Kate Wilson (Information Coordinator), Jess Willsher (Head of Wellbeing), Lawrence Littledale (Wellbeing Service Worker) and Caroline Poller (Information Service Worker) attended for Oxfordshire Mind and TalkingSpace Plus. Together they handed out leaflets on services, played games with passers-by and promoted the diverse range of services which Oxfordshire Mind has to offer!