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Positively Empowered Kids Festival 2022!
25 September 2022 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm$10.00 – $40.00
Positively Empowered Kids presents our Super Hero festival this September at the Nottingham Racecourse!
About this event
The Positively Empowered Kids Festival is back!
After three years, we are back bigger and better. Join us Sunday the 25th of September at Nottingham Racecourse!
Proud to be in partnership with Nottinghamshire Community Foundation.
Our family day festival is packed with free activities, interactive demonstrations and knowledge of how to help children flourish, thrive and improve their mental well-being.
What can you expect on the day?
🎙️ Meet our headliner Chloe Dring whom you’ll recognise from The Voice Kids & Michael McIntyre’s unexpected star of the show.
🦸 Take part in our Superhero Cape Walk fundraiser around the race track, walk, run or fly!
😱 Opportunities throughout the day to meet Superheroes!
🌈 Britain’s Got Talent Mama G is in the house reading stories, leading the Cape Walk and spreading her message of being who you want and loving who you are. Photos with her are a must!
Fun Activities for 5 – 12-year-olds running throughout the day
Don’t forget to check out the,
🎮 Gaming Area – Promoting inclusivity for children gamers
🌳 Get connected with nature in our Forest School area
🏀 Have a go at basketball, archery, football and much more
💃 Be inspired by our amazingly talented young dancers & performers
🎁 Explore lots of wellbeing resources from our amazing stall holders
🧘 Experience a mini head or hand massage, and other therapies including, time to meet CAMHS and other wellbeing specialists
We are also proud to be running a young market hosting children and young people running their own stalls!
Thank you to our amazing Sponsors
Nottinghamshire Community Housing Association
Positively Empowered Kids CIC is a multi-award-winning Nottingham social enterprise, established in 2019 by two Mums, Jackie & Claire. Having both experienced mental ill health as children, they are on a mission to grow a collaborative and supportive local culture that delivers early interventions to children and families that prevent mental ill-health from taking root.