IN PICTURES: Feelgood Festival is a success
- Credit: Archant
A weekend of wellbeing was held in Clevedon to raise money for charity.
The Salthouse Pub, in Salthouse Road, held its first Feelgood Festival in partnership with AWARE to raise funds for the service users of North Somerset Wellbeing service.
The service, which used to be Touchstone and Friend, is now run by Second Step and has been supporting individuals with mental health issues for 20 years.
The weekend saw the community come together with live music from the Rock Choir and Barnacle Buoys, a smoothie bike, stalls from Addaction, the Samaritans and other local groups on Saturday.
There was also an outdoor swim at Marine Lake at 9am to get the event started.
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On Sunday, a car boot sale was held for people to sell their unwanted knick-knacks and even make a new purchase.
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