About this Event
The don’t #keepmum campaign was originally born out of desperation and a need for better postpartum care but without a platform to demand it from. It’s since evolved to cover the whole family spectrum, because let’s face it we all come from a family in some form or another. So whether you’re a brother, a mother, a grandpa or cousin, grab your people and come join us for some free fun and activities. From family friendly workouts to superfood master classes and first aid workshops. Come learn, chat, grab a cuppa, meet others in your community and support just don’t #KeepMum
This Years Line-Up
An awarding winning Master Chef, Lifestyle Coach and Inspirational Speaker. Noma is also the founder and creator of Noma Creates, a transformational health and well-being lifestyle brand.
After being a total tomboy (her words) as a child kicking a ball around the streets, Amy found the gym and learnt how exercise could also improve her mental health after suffering with anxiety from a young age.
After years of coaching football in the USA her goal now is to teach others how fitness can not only let you have a great body but also give your mental health a boost.
“I love keeping workouts fun and always looking for new ways to reach people’s goals!” -Amy Ferris PT
Join Teacher, but foremost mother; Kasia on a magical journey of bonding and relaxation. Tiny Dreamers Baby Massage offers a unique opportunity to learn life-long skills and get practical tools to relieve common health ailments such as colic, constipation and teething.
Salford Sling & Meet
Always friendly and knowledgeable the ‘Sling & Meet’ group are a growing community of experienced parents with an unmissable baby wearing sling library, offering up all the help and advice you might need on baby slings.
As well as a medieval selfie stands we will have photographer and stylist Jodie Mills, snapping the event and helping us all share some ‘mummy & me’ moments!
From Tudor feasts to Victorian washdays, exquisite paintings to industrial history, Salford’s Museums are a great starting point for inspiring young minds to grow. Ordsall Hall has had a long and interesting history with many different uses since it was first mentioned in records in 1177! Today, it is a welcoming and friendly historic house telling the story of the Hall and some of the people who made it their home.
There is so much to do and discover! Dress up as a Tudor, try on some chainmail, explore the Great Hall where most of our classes and work shops will be held. And visit the beautiful, fully functioning allotment and herb garden with sculptures and much, much more.
So what are you waiting for? Grab the kids and let’s go! We can’t wait to see you all there.
The Boo & The Berrit xxx