The Fareham & Gosport Health Forum invites members of the public to come along and explore a whole host of health and wellbeing stands, presentations, opportunities, taster sessions like ‘healthy walks’, indoor sports activities and initiatives at the upcoming Fareham & Gosport Voluntary Sector Health and Wellbeing Fayre, to be held at Gosport Leisure Centre from 10.30am to 2pm on Saturday, 9th July.
The Fayre, coordinated by Gosport Voluntary Action and Community First (as joint members of the Fareham & Gosport Voluntary Sector Health Forum), and supported by the Asda Foundation, the Gosport Leisure Centre and the ICS promises to offer a wealth of information for anyone looking to find out about local services and resources available for enhancing and supporting their general health and wellbeing.
The Southampton Mela Festival is a long-standing summer highlight in Southampton’s events calendar celebrating Modern and Traditional Asian Culture.
Over the last two decades, the Southampton Mela festival attracts thousands of people per year from along the South coast to enjoy a fusion of music, dance and family activities, all of an international flavour from world-class artists. We have built a reputation as a great family day out with plenty of entertainment and activities for young and old plus entrance is free, as are most of the family-focused activities. Art Asia is committed to creating a sustainable and park friendly festival, we are working with festival artists, suppliers and stalls to make better environmental choices.
Saturday 16th July 2022, at St James Park in Shirley. 12 noon until 5.00pm.
There will be entertainment, stalls and refreshments as well as opportunities to share information about city-wide services available for people living with dementia and their carers.
Hampshire Hospitals Annual General Meeting: celebrating yesterday, designing tomorrow
Tuesday 19 July 2022, University of Winchester - West Downs Centre
Exhibition from 17:30, speakers from 19:00
We’re celebrating 10 years of Hampshire Hospitals at our Annual General Meeting – and you’re invited!
Together, we'll look back at what we have achieved, share what's happening right now at HHFT as we share our annual report and accounts, and explore some of the innovative and exciting ways we are designing our future.
We are so excited to welcome you to be part of our Annual General Meeting in person for the first time since 2019, so please do come along! The exhibition and talks are completely free and open to everyone.
What’s happening on the night?
On arrival, you’ll be able to explore HHFT through our interactive exhibition where many of our services will be showcasing some of the great things they’ve achieved. You’ll be able to chat to colleagues, experience what’s happening in other departments and learn all about our plans and developments for the years ahead.
While you’re there, you’ll have the opportunity get involved with activities and competitions, network with other colleagues and professionals from in and around Hampshire and see for yourself the ways in which we’re working with our system partners to continue innovating, improving and integrating our services.
Following our exhibition, you’ll head into the auditorium to listen to our senior team and expert speakers and have the chance to ask questions in real time. Find out what is happening with the new hospital programme, how we are designing our nursing future and more – the full agenda can be viewed on the booking link below.
Can’t make it? Join virtually!
If you can’t join us in person, you’ll be able to access our virtual exhibition and dial in to our speaker presentation live stream, where you’ll be able to engage and interact just the same as if you were in the room. Click the booking link above to book a virtual place!
We’d love for you to join us in #ExploringHHFT.
The Asian Welfare and Cultural Association (AWCA) are delighted to announce that in 2022 the Mela Festival will take place on Sunday 24 July.
This FREE fantastic family day out with a cultural twist is a firm fixture in Eastleigh’s calendar. Expect an extravaganza of dancing, colours & music, children’s activities, demonstrations, stalls, food from around the world and much, much more.
It’s on Sunday 24th July at Leigh Road Recreation Ground in Eastleigh next to the Point (SO50 9DE) from 11am to 6pm TBC – The opening ceremony will be at 12 noon TBC
Highlights include a Climbing Wall, Circus skills, Street Food stalls and Cookery Demos.
The main stage will feature a constant programme of live music and dance by both local and national performers.