West Lodge Farm Park’s Lambing Festival takes place throughout February Half Term!
Join them in the Lambing Shed and meet and bottle feed the new born lambs.
Bottle feeding taking place 3 times a day.
To book, click here.
Come along to Desborough Town Centre for the annual Christmas Gala Night.
Shops are Open, and enjoy: a Hog Roast, Children’s Rides, Many Stalls, Live Music, Great Entertainment and a Festive Themed Event in the Shed.
There’s also a Christmas Tree Festival at St Giles Church – Wonderous Beauty and Light.
Bring the Family and Enjoy the festivities.
The Music Barn team welcomes you to join them on Saturday 26th October 2019 for a Halloween extravanganza!
Expect 2 rooms of spooky fun including fire acts and angle grinders, circus performers, punchy local ciders, Live DJ sets and some tasty street food. Oh and don’t forget your fancy dress!
To book, click here.
Don’t miss Kettering’s annual arts, culture, music and community festival!
Kettfest is back on Friday 12th, Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th July.
You’ll enjoy a host of entertainment, such as creative stalls, live music, the Teenage Market, workshops, exhibitions, comedy shows and much, much more!
For more information, visit the official website here: www.kettfest.org for regular updates and details on who’s doing what this year.
See below for the detailed timetable of events over the weekend:
Come along to Geddington’s beautiful, historic Church to see fabulous flower displays under the theme – Artistic Flair!
Refreshments, raffle, tombola and books.
For the children a Flower Fairy Trail – follow the trail to find the Flower Fairy Doors and discover who lives at each one!
And on the Saturday night a themed selection of music for Flute, Piano and Organ Admission £10 including a glass of wine – tickets on the door or available from 01536742389
Saturday 6th July, 10.30am – 5.00pm &
Sunday 7th July, 11.30am-5.00pm
Price: £1 – includes a programme
The festival features a wide variety of music and activities, featuring some established acts rubbing shoulders with unsigned bands, from a broad spectrum of musical genres. At the event you could hear a great prog rock band or an up and coming folk band, an old skool hip hop DJ or join us in the Steelyard for some upfront house music. You can be as busy or as chilled as you want to be
The Music Barn festival have grown every year with better acts, facilities and activities. They are planning an even bigger year for 2019 so why not come and join!
View the lineup below or click here for more information.
Kettering Borough Council presents a weekend of health and wellbeing activities for the Borough of Kettering on the 22nd-23rd June 2019!
The weekend is about promoting all different aspects of wellbeing, for all ages, including physical, social and mental.
The festival is a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness, and Northampton Road Recreation Ground and Boughton House will both be used as showcases for some activities!
For more information, click here.
Kettering Borough Council is hosting a weekend of health and wellbeing activities for the Borough of Kettering on the 22nd-23rd June 2019. The free festival will have more than 40 stalls at Northampton Road Recreation Ground on Saturday and at Boughton House on Sunday, plus a number of different activities at many different locations.
Come and get involved in the weekend to find out more about how local organisations can support your health and wellbeing. You’ll find something for everyone, with a range of information and activities for all interests and ages, we even have pet health consultations, so you can bring the whole family. All events across the weekend are free of charge for you to come and enjoy.
On Saturday there will be more than 40 fun stalls and activities at Northampton Road Recreation Ground from 10am to 4pm. You’ll find Taekwondo demonstrations, Pilates tasters, children’s zorb football, free fruit kebabs, health checks, penalty shootout, fire engine, crazy bikes, free bike maintenance checks, free pet wellbeing consultations’, CPR workshops, lots of free sport taster sessions and much more. On Sunday 23rd you can explore the amazing grounds of Boughton House with our health walks, join in with activities and workshops, including tai chi, judo, crystal therapy, massage, yoga, meditation and arts and crafts.
Local organisations have also joined the festival with taster sessions at Kettering’s rugby, tennis, swimming, cricket, volleyball and cycling clubs, as well as complimentary therapy sessions at the Newlands Centre and activities at Kettering Museum and Gallery. You can find out the full list of activities and stalls at www.thisiskettering.com/health-and-wellbeing-festival
Shirley Plenderleith, Head of Public Services at Kettering Borough Council, said:
“This is our first Health and Wellbeing Festival and we are really pleased with how organisations, groups and individuals are getting on board with what we are trying to do. We’re really looking forward to the weekend and hope that people from the Borough will take this opportunity to come out and see the range of opportunities that are available to them locally to improve their health and wellbeing.”
Cllr Scott Edwards, Kettering Borough Council’s Portfolio Holder for Community and Leisure, said:
“The weekend is about promoting all different aspects of wellbeing, for all ages, including physical, social and mental. This is what the local authority is all about – bringing everyone together for the benefit of the Borough. I hope that people will come along and see what is on offer at either or both of the varied programmes. Hopefully we can build on this in the future with feedback from all involved.”