Community wellbeing event held in Swindon

August 24, 2018 by  

A wellbeing event has been staged in Swindon’s Savernake Street Social Hall recently.

The community occasion was delivered by a variety of groups. A team from Swindon Libraries engaged with children, while a miniature petting zoo was provided by Chloe’s Mobile Farm. Acoustic music was performed by Tallis Kimberley-Fairbourne. Poster printing in Swindon may be used to promote a wide range of events.

Families were encouraged to participate during the course of the afternoon. Parents took the time to enjoy a nice cup of tea, while children were given the chance to do some painting. Kingshill’s Tori Mitchell and her two daughters went along to the hall in Savernake Street. Mitchell told the Swindon Advertiser:

“Ilsa liked seeing the baby goats, and Freya got to cuddle one. The rock-painting has been fun, it’s nice that they’re able to get creative without worrying about making a mess.”

Katherine Mitchell, who is not related to Tori Mitchell, was also in attendance and thought the day was a great experience. Particularly impressed by the presence of the animals, she visited the event in the company of family and friends.

Anish Harrison coordinates events at the social hall. Her view is that being in the company of animals can reduce levels of stress. She believes that successful community events are highly positive because they enable social cohesion to be built.